I’m using wedding themed papers from Craftangles for my cards today.
The newly released Wedding bells patterned paper, Wedding bells elements pack and Wedding sentiment sheets are just beautiful and lend themselves so beautifully to a variety of projects. Before we head to the project. don’t forget to check out our challenge of the month and also check the beautiful inspiration by our DT members
For the first card, I started with a die cut background panel, from which I die cut a panel, in order to create the frame.
I used a piece of patterned paper left over from another project, to place in the frame. I then cut out the image of the bride and groom and adhered it to the centre. I punched out photo corners from Craftangles silver glitter card stock and added them to the centre panel for interest. I also added a silver embossed sentiment at the bottom.
You can see a full process of wedding themed paper video here..
For the second card, I decided to adhere two sheets of wedding themed paper from the ‘Craftangles Wedding bells’ paper pack, diagonally across a square cardstock panel.
I then adhered a strip of silver glitter cardstock across the joint.
I then arranged some floral die cuts around the centre. I covered this with a fussy cut wreath printed element from the Craftangles Wedding Bells elements pack 1.
I then added some gold outline stickers to finish this 5″x5″ card.
You can see my process video here.
The third card I made is a little more elaborate.
I decided to make a card with a partial acetate element.
I used wedding themed papers from the ‘Craftangles Wedding Bells paper pack’ to create a card with acetate.
to begin with, I cut the top flap of a 6″x4″ top folding greeting card.
I then sandwiched a sheet of acetate cut to size between the top of the card and patterned paper from the above mentioned paper pack.
For the bottom of the acetate flap, I die cut a rose border wrap die from Craftangles glitter cardstock. I cut it once from the glitter side and once from the other side, so i could sandwich the acetate between the two die cuts. This also worked to give the acetate some weight ad balance.
I fussy cut flowers from the Craftangles colourful flowers 6 element pack
and adhered it to the top of the card with double sided foam tape.
I also added a sheet of the same patterned paper on the inside of the card.
I decided to make this an anniversary card.
You can see the entire process video here..
I hope you enjoyed these cards and videos. Do let me know if you have any questions.
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