Monday, June 28, 2010

Wedding Card

Here is a wedding card I made for the Cricut Cardz Challenge. I used the Wedding Solutions cartridge for the cuts. The card is an 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" card. I started with a white card base, added a black mat and another white mat. I ran this last white mat through my Cuttlebug and embossed it with the Victoria embossing folder. I then sprayed this white embossed mat with some Pearl Glimmer Mist to give it a little shine. I also cut used one of my Martha Stewart edge punches to punch the lower edge of each mat. I cut the bride and groom out of white card stock using the black out feature. Then I added the base cut of the bride a groom to my Gypsy mat and copied and pasted it. I placed on image over as far as possible to the left so almost all of the groom was off the mat and cut the bride again using the patterned glitter paper. I did the same thing to on the other side of the mat and cut just the groom using some black card stock. I used some sharp scissors to cut off the pieces I didn't need leaving me with just the dress and the suit and added those to the white cut out of the bride a groom. I added some ribbon and stamped Always and forever to the front of the card. Thanks for looking.


  1. Hi Deanna,

    What a beautiful card! I LOVE the paper that you used for her dress! I just love that Bride and groom cut... I need to get that cart. :)

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CCC blog!

    Ruthie :)

  2. Gorgeous card, Deanna. The glittery paper that you used on the bride's dress is so pretty and really enhances the cut. The embossing you did behind the bride and groom makes them stand out. Thanks for joining us at CCC.