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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Gray and White Wedding Card


This Gray and white wedding card is the result of an inspirational card challenge called Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge. 

The awesome sketch that was provided is shown below. 


I tried so many times to make the vellum strips go diagonal but I just was not happy with it that way so they are horizontal.


 " I Do" is a woven label that was secured to the center of a black picture frame. The picture frame was cut out from a piece of scrapbook paper.

The top of this wedding card has a border that  was cut slightly longer than the card width. By securing just the corners of border to corners of the card, it makes the strip "buckle" away from the card adding so much dimension.

A strip of vellum that contains wedding words is going across the border which has been punched with hearts on the bottom edge.

 A cute metal heart occupies the upper corner of the center elements along with a very pretty gray and white fiber.

The bottom of the card has a few die cuts from sizzix adding a decorative touch

This card is also being entered into:
Just Keep On Creating Blog - anything goes challenge. 
Sister Act Card Challenge - anything goes


  1. Love the gray and white combo, Krystie! Great take on that sketch. I'm so glad you chose to enter it in our challenge at Through the Craft Room Door this week. Good luck.
    NanaConnie DT

  2. Krystie this a beautiful vintage wedding card. Love the earthy tones.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

  3. Thank you, I'm glad you like it and I am glad I found this site!

  4. YOu really put some thought into this card's design and embellishments, Krystie. Thanks for the explanation of your beautiful work with velum. Thanks for linking your card up with us at Sister Act this week! Cathy xx


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