Friday, July 17, 2009

Rich Razzleberry Wedding

The Design Team Challenge this week on Late Night Stampers is to design a card that is ANYTHING but the regular size. I have always been a shaped card designer, so this was not a problem. All supplies are Stampin' Up! and if you would like to place an order with me, visit my website HERE.

I am in love with the new In Color Rich Razzleberry (RR), so I let that wonderful color be my guide.

Used the new Stampin' Up! Medallion (item# 115223) stamp inked with Whisper White Craft Ink. Stamped on a folded piece of RR. Cut around the Medallion shape. Cut out the middle circle of the Medallion to use later on another card. ;-) Cut two circles for the inside of the card. Used 2-Way Glue Pen (item # 100425) to add Dazzling Diamonds (item # 102023) to the veil and bodice of the image from the To Have & To Hold set(item #115098.)

The front of the card opens up to reveal the complete Bride & Groom image from the To Have & To Hold stamp set. Placed one circle on the bottom piece of card stock. I then took the circle that has the water colored Bride & Groom and scored the top and adhered just the top scored portion of the circle to the bottom circle, so it flips up to reveal the stamped sentiment in the pretty border that comes with the set. I like using a blender pen with ink to highlight the sentiment border and make it really pop. The flap allows the sender to write their own greeting, yet makes for a unique card. Final touch included adding SU Organza ribbon (item # 441319) to the top of card.

That's all for now. Have a super weekend!


Cindy Haffner said...

So very beautiful.

Daisydaze said...

That's is very nice. And, with a different color, I could see a cute Christmas cad too :-) Thank you for sharing!

leecytx said...

Beautful colors & design! Easy cutting--yay!! :)

Donna A. said...

WOW, what a beautiful card. Love the colors.

Jennifer said...

I love this card Elizabeth. RR is becoming one of my favorite colors.

Jennifer Burns said...

I love this card Elizabeth! RR is becoming one of my favorite colors.