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Saturday, 8 November 2014

Ornate Wedding Card

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Hi Everyone, sorry I am behind catching up with your blogs this week, but haven't been too well. Thank goodness Chris does my photography and posting of my blog.

This week's Cheery Lynn Designs DT card I am showcasing the wonderfully romantic 'I do' die. This die has so much versatility for use on Wedding / Anniversary and Prom cards, but equally beautiful on a Scrapbook page or Gift Box.

Having worked with the new Alpine Flourish Doily on a few cards recently, I thought it would make a beautiful ornate window frame and compliment the happy couple. I love the result and hope you do too.


Let me talk you through how I made this. I layered 2 shades of grey card onto my 8x8 ready cut scalloped card, stamping a flourish stamp over the card for a little detail to the plain cardstock adding Stickles around the perimeter.


I made my flowers, mixing and matching the Tiny Flower Kit, adding stickles into the centres. My leaves and little flourishes on the Bride's bouquet and window box are pieced from the same die used in the corner of my card.


My window I layered a piece of grey card and lace behind it, adding on my window box and layering onto my Doily. Some of you will recognise the window part of the die as it normally is decorated with the Shutters at either side.



My Groom I edged with a little Iced Spruce Distress ink to highlight the edges. My Bride, I did the same using Tattered Rose, giving her a diamanté necklace, bouquet and veil. The veil was gathered with a little stitching at the top and her floral crown was made using a little strip of paper covered in flower soft. I mounted the couple onto my card using foam pads and a little silicone glue to hold her veil at the back. The veil, I secured on the front with small dots of glue which were then covered by Flower Soft to disguise.



Hope you all have a crafty weekend and I look forward  to catching up with your blogs soon as I'm up to it.

Julie x


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12 comments:

  1. Love the way you made the veil and all the flowers look superb
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  2. It is always wonderful to see the detail of your amazing creations Julie, the flourish at the top is beautiful with all your wonderful handmade flowers. I love the veil on the bride and her beautiful necklace too. Gorgeous work!

    Really sorry to hear that you have not been well, I hope you feel better soon! Big hugs, Anne xx

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  3. Beautiful card, Julie! The die cut around the window is stunning! Xx

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  4. What a gorgeous card Julie ..I love the way you have created that veil for the bride with such pretty details ...And the window treatment is so clever !!!

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  5. Gorgeous Julie! Love how you did the window and the veil is such a cool idea, - what a great wedding card!

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  6. Love the fab design and colours.xxx

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  7. Wonderful card Julie,beautifully created as usual
    Hope you feel better soon
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  8. Elegant, graceful and oh so romantic.
    That touch of lace at the windows is adorable as are the flowers in the window box and how you have the Bride clutching a wedding bouquet and the flowers in her lace veil.
    Exquisite detailing.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  9. Lovely details, Julie. The most beautiful window! So well done, compliments the couple so well.

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  10. Gorgeous card Julie - so elegant. Hope you are feeling better x

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  11. Just gorgeous Julie! WOW, that flowing veil is really stunning and so creative! Beautiful flourishes in the background and your flowers are amazing! That window frame is so delicate, perfect for a wedding card! love it! big hugs :)

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  12. Oh Julie, what a fabulous wedding card!!!!... Hope you are well now?... Despite the awful weather outside (at least in Brittany where I live), it's so cold suddenly. Coco x

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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