Happy Saturday! I wanted to pop in and share
a quick post of a wedding card that I made for a very sweet couple that got married last night.
I stamped the flowers 3 times with Versamark ink on white Vellum paper. They were heat embossed with white embossing powder. I flipped the petals over and colored with Distress Markers.
I did the same thing with the leaves. I layered the petals together with Glue dots, and adhered silver gems to the centers. I dry embossed the frame with an old Cuttlebug embossing folder. I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it with silver embossing powder.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Stamps: Favorite Flowers(Simon Says Stamps)
Distress markers: Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, Peeled Paint, Old Olive
White and Silver Embossing powders, Cuttlebug Embossing folder
What a beautiful card Mackie. Love the vellum flowers with the heat embossing... and the dry embossed background. Very elegant.
Mackie this is gorgeous!! I'm sure the happy couple loved it. Your flowers look FABULOUS!!
This is beautiful, Mackie! I love the layered vellum flowers.
Wow, this is a beautiful and amazing card Mackie! I love those flowers and love that you did them on vellum. Just beautiful!! Hugs, Brenda
Gorgeous! Love those vellum flowers! The newly married couple will love this stunning card!
LOVE those flowers, Mackie and how you embossed the fronts and colored the backs! GORGEOUS!
Wow Mackie! What a gorgeous card! Love the beautiful vellum blossoms! Thanks for the inspiration!
Wow I adore your card! Love the flowers and technique, this is so beautiful Mackie!
Holy smokes,this is one stunning card! I have that embossing folder and have never quite figured out what to do with it!
Stunning card! I really like how you did those stunning flowers!
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