Friday, July 8, 2016

Wedding Season!- Stamped Wedding Card

I don't know about you, but I've depleted my stock of wedding cards pretty quickly this summer. It seems like everyone and their dogs are merrily walking down an aisle somewhere. Meanwhile, I am happily walking down the aisle of my local craft store to pick up more supplies for wedding season.


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This card was inspired by the latest STAMPlorations theme and sketch challenge. Every month we give  you a new theme & a new sketch. You can choose to use either the sketch or the theme OR both - so many options! And you DO NOT have to use STAMPlorations products to play along.  So get creating already. 





This month's theme is Stamps & Stars, and I chose to ignore that altogether. Instead, I got all rebellious with the sketch by using the basic outline and adding a couple more layers. hehe. 


>>I'm such a rebel.<<

Here it is in all its glittery glory! I think it turned out oh-so-elegant. 

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Supplies List - STAMPS: STAMPlorations Vignette: Ever After, PAPER: Recollections,
RIBBON: Verve Signature Ribbon Collection. EMBELLISHMENTS: BoBunny

I hope I'll see your project in the STAMPlorations challenge gallery this month! We've got some AWESOMESAUCE prizes for the winning creations. 


Speaking of challenges - I'm going to play along in some too!
Aud Sentiments - For a Girl + Sentiment
Crafty Gals Corner - Lots of Layers

P.S. - while you're over at the STAMPlorations blog, check out my very first piece of blackout poetry on this Spotlight post

 
Blackout poetry is something I've long admired and never undertaken. Let me know what you think!
 


22 comments:

  1. Lovely wedding card Becca, the colors, embellies, and that seam binding ribbon all bring in the romantic feel.

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  2. Such a pretty card Becca! The color combo of black and cream and purple looks very elegant! ! :)

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  3. Love it Becca!
    Beautiful and terribly elegant!

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  4. VERY sophisiticated card! And go you being the Rebel. And finding poetry on a page like that. LOVE it! Deffo gonna have an attempt at this!

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  5. So beautifully elegant! I love the glittery, metallic paper!

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  6. Glitter Glory ..yes and very much Elegant !

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  7. Hey Becca!! I'm playing catch up and had to check out all of the beauties you made while I was away. The card with all of the candle made me smile. Those glittery feathers...WOW and this elegant shimmery pearl adorned wedding card are both fabulous. But then again, ALL of your work is!! Loved seeing what I missed. Hope you're doing well!!

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  8. Oh Becca this is so elegant - class all the way !!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  9. Wow Becca, what a stunning, elegant wedding card! Love it!

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  10. Fantastic work, Becca....thanks for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner.
    Amy-DT

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  11. Very pretty card and so glad you joined us at Aud Sentiments for our girl sentiment challenge.
    Billie A
    Aud Sentiments
    Creative with Stamps
    Catch the bug
    Inspiration Destination

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  12. For sure very elegant, Becca!!!! Love the beautiful bow and pearl and the lovely pattern on the bg paper!!!! The purple glitter paper is great!!!! What a lovely wedding card!!!
    Have a great day!!!!
    Hugz

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  13. Stylish and chic, Becca! Loving the purple glitter, the black/silver flourishes and the pearls! A WOW of a wedding card!
    Hugs~c

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  14. Beautiful and elegant card. Love the design and colors.

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  15. Good job Becca. Looks very sweet.

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  16. This is a very elegant card! Love that it's all black and white with that shot of purple glitter! Beautiful!

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  17. Oh my word!! I LOVE your card!! The purple, the glitter, the addition of the pearls. So elegant. STUNNING design!

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  18. Super blog and lovely and cool detail about the wedding cards super work.
    wedding card

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