Monday, August 20, 2012

More Wedding Wishes

Hi, guys! Wedding wishes abound lately!  My brother asked me to make a wedding card for his niece who is getting married in two weeks.  I decided to make this one using the bride and groom from Inkadinkado.  The background paper I used for this card is very special.  It is paper from India that my friend Chaitali sent to me.  She was kind enough to send such great papers to me as I have admired them on her blog and never used them before.  I am saving them for special cards and since this card is for my brother, I figured I would use some of it.  Since the paper is so beautiful, I didn't want to waste a bit of it, so I punched out a few hearts from the scraps and made a matching seal for the envelope.



Supplies:
Stamps: Inkadinkado
Paper: Gina K (White), Indian Specialty Paper
Ink: Versamark, Distress Ink
Misc.: Black Detail Embossing Powder, Computer Generated Names, Ribbon, Gold Cord

Hope the happy couple has many happy years together.

Have a great day!  Hope you find some time to do something you love!

8 comments:

Viola Saldanha said...

Hi Winnie,

Every creation of yours has that obvious stamp of your inner beauty. So thoughtful, serene and picture perfect!

I've been admiring your work since a few weeks now, but felt short of words to comment. Today, I decided, what the heck, better now than never.

Love ya and your work.

Emkay said...

This is really pretty, and the matching envelope is such a lovely finish.

Chaitali Narla said...

Love the card! Its so pretty and elegant!! You are putting the papers to great use :)

paperiedreams said...

Really beautiful card. I do love those papers and the image is so perfect! :)

Journey of Life said...

Lovely and precious ...

Molly Jo said...

That's simply gorgeous, Winnie. I look forward to your posts every day; can't wait to see what you'll create next!

Recovering Supermom said...

Beautiful! You are so creative! And I like how you work to use every bit of the paper.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Card


Irvina

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