Happy wedding Day0
Posted on 8th August 2023 by Danielle Bigland
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Projects And Cards By Type, Celebration Cards, Wedding Stationery, Design Team, Paper Flowers, Wedding cards and stationery
How are you all?
Today I'm going to show you how I made this vintage cream card, perfect for a wedding.
I started by prepping a top fold UK A6 card blank from a piece of Ivory Hammered 255gsm card. From this, I also created a panel for my card blank which is approx 5mm shorter around each edge than the card blank.
I 'distressed' the edges of the panel by brushing along them with the sharp edge of a scissor blade. I snipped it in places and distressed these cuts also.
I die cut some flowers from the same card.
Before forming the flowers, I inked the edges with Spun Sugar Distress Oxide. I chose this colour for a subtler shade of pink.
Now, I rolled the flowers round the tip of a pencil to form them and sealed them with wet adhesive.
To the centre of the flowers, I added some Bubblegum Blush Nuvo Drops.
I created a large bow out of fine twine.
I adhered my panel down to my card blank using wet adhesive, and adhered the flowers and the bow to my card panel, using acrylic glue for the flowers and glossy accents for the bow for a better hold.
Finally, I added my sentiment using wet glue. I distressed the edges of this also to tie in with the main panel. To finish, I added a few Bubblegum Blush Nuvo Drops to my finished card.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
Until next time, take care.
Love, Dani xx