Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Wedding Card by Cheryl Wright
As you can probably imagine, I've made quite a few wedding cards over the years. It's not always easy because I try to make my cards fairly unique.
I recently found a website with a lovely wedding card that was totally different to what I'd seen in the past, so I had to try it. This one uses a paper doily. It looks as though it would be quite complicated, and even time-consuming, but really it's not. (If I can do it, anyone can!)
The background was done with an embossing folder (from Stampin' Up!), and the greeting is from a very old duo set from Gina K Designs. If you are interested in learning how to do the fold, click here.
(It looks like the dress is just one piece, but it's two pieces joined together.)
Sometimes the simplest of designs are the most appealing.
I hope you've enjoyed this card. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you next time!
My website: www.cheryl-wright.com
BWL website: http://bookswelove.net/authors/wright-cheryl/
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