Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Inlaid Embossing Wedding Card

When you place a piece of cardstock or designer paper on top of your card base and then emboss both pieces together, it looks like the two pieces are one. 

Using Very Vanilla cardstock for the card base and a layer of Elegant Soiree Designer Paper which were then embossed with the Elegant Lines embossing folder, all I needed to add to this card to finish it was a Vintage Flower and a small strip or ribbon.  I think this combination makes a really elegant Wedding Card and it was so quick and easy to make.  

If you have your own Big Shot this is such a great technique to try.  The Big Shot was such a great investment and addition to my stamping supplies.  It is something I use in almost all of my cards and projects, and worth the cost for me.  If it is something you have had on your wish list for awhile, now with the Sale-a-bration promotion , this would be a great time to purchase one for yourself.  You would get a great product, and some free products at the same time.  Sale-a-bration runs until the end of March.  Contact me if you have any questions or would like to place an order.  My on-line store is open 24/7 so feel free to browse, shop, and leave any comments too!

The following were used for today's card:
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla #101650
Designer Series Paper:  Elegant Soiree #117163
Ink:  Baja Breeze #111833
Stamp Set:  Occasional Quotes #117048 wood or #120142 clear (Hostess Level 3)
Embellishment:  Vintage Flower Adornment #121879
Ribbon:  Very Vanilla 3/8" Taffeta #109071
Accessories:  Big Shot #113439, Elegant Lines Embossing Folder #119277

1 comment:

Angel Hawks said...

Great card!

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Angel Hawks