Bloomin' Love Congratulations Card
On Sunday I was working on my cards for my class and knew I wanted a card that said Congratulations and it needed to be a wedding card. So, I got on Pinterest to get some ideas and I saw how people were using the Bloomin' Love framelit, which was very different from how I had used it. I fell in love with this technique. To me it look so elegant and you could do it with any color. This would be a great way to color coordinate with the wedding colors.
To make the card I cut the heart out with the Bloomin' Love framelit (this comes as a bundle too) towards the top on the whisper white paper. I then used the big shot die brush (this is one of my favorite tools right now) to get all the little pieces out of the heart. I used the fine-tip glue pen #138309 to adhere the heart to the cardstock. It is perfect for getting all the little areas so that it lays flat.
Then I stamped the congratulations from the stamp set Sassy Salutations with Versa Mark ink and embossed it using the silver embossing powder and heat tool. I cut the flowers out with the flower framelits that come in the set with the heart (Bloomin' Love) in elegant eggplant. The bow is made from the wisteria wonder 1/2" seam binding ribbon.
The inside of the card I used wisteria wonder ink. I added pearls to the flowers to finish off the card. They added just a little bit of softness to the card.
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