Hello everyone, Ishani here! Today, I have a video tutorial with some beautiful Anniversary and/or Wedding Cards with beautiful products by CrafTangles and well this would be my last post as a Designer for CrafTangles I have thoroughly enjoyed using lovely CrafTangles products and share my ideas with you these past 2 years. But these Corona days have been hard! Also here’s a reminder for you about joining us at our ongoing challenge -Red, Green or white (Snow) Projects .
Wedding card 1 with tone on tone background
I have used Mr and Mrs stamp set and after stamping it with waterproof ink and coloring with Zig markers, I mount it on a card panel that I made using tone on tone stenciling technique. For which I took CrafTangles Dual texture cardstock and with CrafTangles Blending brushes , first blended Picked Raspberry Distress oxide and Spiced Marmalade Distress oxide, on the matte side of the cardstock. Then I added more of the same color through CrafTangles Mandala stencil on the pink and the orange sides. I mounted the watercolor panel on this background with 3-D foam tape to finish off the card.
Wedding card 2 – Stenciling on colored cardstock
Using a colored cardstock is a great way to not build biceps while ink blending. I used Rich red cardstock for the front panel and stenciled dark red ink through Geometric flowers stencil and stamped the image of the lovely couple from Indian wedding stamp set, with Versamark and heat embossed it in gold . I took Pumpkin orange cardstock for the cardbase and stenciled Abandoned coral distress oxide through the same stencil. For embellishing the card I used Festive twine on the top of the card.
Floral Anniversary card
For this card I have have used Rose pink cardstock to stamp the floral images from the stamp set Hello lovely and used Craftangles masking paper to create masks before I stamped them. Then I colored the flowers with Polychromos and cut it out. I used Old lace cardstock for making side folding note card and applied versamark ink at the edges and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. I chose a sentiment from the stamp set Indian wedding stamp set and heat embossed it the same way. I adhered the flowers with 3 d foam tape to the card.
Here’s a video tutorial to see how I made these cards.
I hope you are inspired to make some Anniversary cards or a customised wedding card when your friend is getting married! Do not forget to join us at the monthly challenge with your Festive projects.
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