Happy Hump Day all,
One of my co-workers is getting married next month. Everyone in our group is pitching in for a gift card, probably to William-Sanoma. I am collecting the funds and will pick up the gift card. Here is the wedding card that I made to go with the gift card.
(I don't like the way the picture came out. Maybe because I used a dark background instead of the usual white. Not sure where the glare on the metallic paper is coming from since I didn't use the flash on my camera. Oh well.)
The stamp is a really old Magenta wedding stamp. I used Versamark ink and silver fine detail embossing powder for the image and colored the champagne bubbles with a light pink Copic.
Several layers of Nesties were cut out and one layer is popped up with foam tape to create a frame. I used some SU pearls along the top and bottom of the bottom part of the frame. The Nesties are layered onto the base of the card which is embossed with a TE Impressions plate. All in all pretty simple.
Stamps: Magenta Champagne Glasses single stamp
Paper: SU Shimmery white and metallic silver card stock
Ink: Versamark and Copics
Other: silver embossing powder, heat tool, labels Four Nestabilities, TE Damask Impressions plate, Fiskars corner rounder punch, SU pearls, foam tape, the Big Shot.
Thanks for stopping by today,