A Papercut Heart Wedding Card

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Posted on 25th July 2017 by Angela Dodson
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Projects And Cards By Type, Celebration Cards

Wedding Card

Hello, it’s Angela here to share a Wedding card design idea with you.  I love to use Papermilldirect White Linen card not only for it’s lovely texture and the luxury look it gives, but also because it cuts beautifully on my Cricut.  I needed to make a Wedding card with a lemon and white combo so I choose the PMD Pastel Canary card to partner the linen card centrepiece.

Wedding Card

Step By Step.  

The design of the card is based around a papercut style heart, I used a heart shape from Design Space and adapted it by welding in some shapes to close some of the open spaces and make it easier to mount onto it’s backing. (The Design Space images I've used are shown at the end of this post)

Step 1 Pmd White Linen Ds3 Test Cut Dsc01695

Mount the White Linen papercut heart onto it’s Pastel Canary backing shape using 3D foam pads and decorate with adhesive pearls and clear gems.  Prepare an 8x8 white card base by adding a mat and layer of embossed white card onto Pastel Canary using d/s tape.  Affix decorative heart to card front using d/s tape and clear drying glue.

Step 2 Dsc01703

Attach a panel of Pastel Canary card inside the card and add a panel for the greeting.  I have cut another heart from smooth white card and used my Cricut to write ‘On Your Wedding Day’ upon it.  I have also added a die cut Wedding Cake and 2 Champagne Flutes using die sets.

Step 3 Inside Dsc01742

Cut the centrepiece heart panel from White Linen card and add to it’s Pastel Canary backing shape using 3D foam pads.  (I have personalised the centre heart by slicing the words into the shape using a Cricut Font, you could use the write function if you prefer?) Decorate heart with small adhesive gems and then add to card front.

Step 4 Dsc01704

Add other decoration to card front if desired, I have added a bride and groom die cut from White Linen card using a FE Wedding Die set and mounted using 3D foam pads.

Step 5 Pmd Wedding Sneak Peek Dsc01754

Add personalised layered hearts to bottom left and bottom right. I have used my Cricut to write ‘Mr&Mrs’ on one and the Wedding date on the other. To finish, add a trio of paper flowers using sticky dots, twirl the wire stems if they have and arrange as desired.  I used a ready-made white box to hold the card and decorated it with a personalised layered heart and a paper flower to match,

Angela x

Step 6 In Hand Alt Dsc01740

Products Used:  

White Linen Card – Papermilldirect

Pastel Canary 160gsm – Papermilldirect

Smooth White Card – Papermilldirect

Wedding Die Set – FEDIE042 - First Edition

Congratulations Die Set – DCDIE038 – Dovecraft

6mm Adhesive Pearls – SCDOT045 – Simply Creative

3mm Adhesive Clear Gems – SCDOT017 – Simply Creative

Adhesives: D/S Tape, Clear Drying Glue, 3D Foam Pads

Design Space Images used: 

Design Space Shapes Used

Tagged: wedding card tutorial, papercut wedding card, papercut effect

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