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Everything Wonderful Celebrate Your Wedding

We received an invitation for Michael's Cousin's Daughter wedding. We would be able to attend, but we wanted to send a handmade wedding card.


Her invitation had some lovely roses in the corners. I pulled out this beautiful stamp from Honey Bee and colored the roses with pink Copic Markers and a deep plum for the berries. However, when I looked closer at the invitation I saw that her colors were more of a peachy pink, so pulled out some lighter red markers and went over the previous colors. I love the way Copic's are translucent. The colors can change as you add more. I also changed the color of the berries by adding a deep yellow red.


I die cut the arrangement with the coordinating dies. I also cut out some sticky back foam and adhered the two together. I wanted to add some visual interest behind the florals so I cut out a pretty Little B Frame die from white cardstock and dry embossed it the Stampin' Up's Subtle Embossing Folder, which adds a beautiful linen look.


The panel was adhered to a landscape A2 cardbase with dotliner adhesive and the flower arrangement was adhered with liquid glue.


I decided to use a die cut sentiment. It was cut from gold mirror cardstock and from sticky back foam. I had to cut away some of the foam where the sentiment overlapped the flower arrangement, but it turned out pretty.


PRODUCTS USED:

· Honey Bee Stamps Everything Wonderful

· Penny Black Celebrations Die

· Momento Tuxedo Black Ink

· VersaMark Ink

· Ranger Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder

· Copic Markers: RV13, RV11, RV10, R05, R02, R01, R00; RV63, RV66, RV63, YR17, YR23; G24, G21, G20; V25, V22, V20; Y17

· Little B Frames Die

· Stampin’ Up Subtle 3D Embossing Folder

· Darice Sticky Back Foam

· Gina K. Designs 120# White Cardstock

· Neenah Classic Crest 80# Solar White Cardstock

· Paper Accents Gold Mirror Cardstock

· Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive

· Kokuyo Dotliner Long Adhesive

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