I always want to make Wedding Cards that are special. I love the Gift Bow Bigz die and know that it always adds beauty. It’s probably my favorite Bigz Die. By the way, if you’d like to see some other Bigz die creations, check out Stylin’ Stampin’ Inkspiration today.
I also got to play with a beautiful new embellishment, the iced rhinestones. It’s there in the center of the bow. You’ll find these in the Holiday Catalog. Below is what I came up with. I’m hoping the bride and groom like it as much as I do!
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So the designers over at SSInkspirations decided to have a little fun this month. Each of us sent someone 3 items that the receiver had to use in a project. It was a lot of fun. Thanks to Sara Grafton for my fun little items. Here’s what she sent….
And here’s what I created….
All I did was added a little bling and the thanks from the Greetings Thinlits. I like the way it turned out. If you want to see some other designs, be sure to hop on over to Stampin’ Stylin’ Inkspirations to see what the others created!
This was the first bundle I played with when the new catalog came out. I just love that there’s matching framelits to cut out the butterflies and a new, matching folder. This card is a straightforward card, I hope you enjoy it. Other cards featuring butterflies are shown on SSInkspiration today. Be sure to check them out!
This fold is truly addictive once you’ve tried it. I actually gave this card to my nephew for his birthday (Happy Birthday, Nicolas!) and everyone at the party opened and closed it to figure out how it worked! It was fun to watch. All the details on how to make this are below. And if you’d like other fun fold ideas, be sure to check out what the other designers have created over at SSInkspiration today!
Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Write Marker
Pacific Point Stampin’ Write Marker
Some good ones, but remember, there is a limited quantity, so order early!
Today I played along with the SSInkspiration Card Sketch. For those of you unfamiliar with card sketches, they are just basically ideas for laying out your card. You can change shapes and add to the layout, but you use it as a basis for your card design. Here’s the sketch for today.
And here’s what I did with it. I decided to change the squares and rectangles to hexagons and added a butterfly and some seam binding and voila!
Be sure to check out the other samples over at Stampin’ Styling Inkspiration today!
Pull…stick….tear/cut! That’s it, that’s all you need to know about Washi Tape. Today, over on SSinkspiration we’re featuring projects with Washi Tape. My contribution is below. There’s nothing to this. All I did was use the Bohemian Designer Washi Tape. (I love the colors, Bermuda Bay, Delightful Dijon, Island Indigo and Rich Razzleberry that are used in this ensemble.)
Next, I chose to cut the washi tape instead of tearing it. After it was down, I embossed the Congrats over top with the white embossing powder. To finish it off, I added some Night of Navy seam binding.