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Monday, March 10, 2014

Delicate Doilies Wedding Card

wedding card made with Stampin'UP!'s Delicate Doilies stamp set. I really like how this wedding card turned out. When you think about images associated with weddings - lace and doilies come to mind. The lacy doily image on this card is from a stamp set called Delicate Doilies.


Butterflies are also good wedding images. A butterfly goes through an amazing transformation during its life and a wedding is certainly a major transition for the bride and groom.


I love the soft, formal look of this color combination. The black and white gives it the formal look and the pale green Pistachio Pudding accents and Smokey Slate doily add the softness.


Stampin'UP! has a well deserved reputation for coordinating product.  Just look how perfectly these two punched butterflies images look together.  The green (Pistachio) piece was punched with the Elegant Butterfly Punch ( #127526) and the smaller butterfly was punched with the Bitty Butterfly Punch (#129406).

Stampin'UP! coordinates colors as well as shapes. This beautiful Pistacio Pudding 3/8" Ruffled Stretch Trim (#130020) is a perfect match for the Pistachio Pudding paper.

The sentiment is from a set called Teeny Tiny Wishes. The words are punched out using the Word Window Punch (#119857) and layered on a black piece punched with the Modern Label Punch (#119849). Yep! one more example of coordinated product.

Do you like this card, but you're not going to a wedding soon? There are 24 different sentiments in the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set. And they all fit nicely with this pair of punches.

You can get these punches, paper and stamps from my on-line store.


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