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Wedding Card With Laser-Cut Specialty Paper

Wedding bells are ringing in our family - time to make a card! 

I have been hanging onto this beautiful laser-cut specialty paper!  It's soooo pretty!  But, I decided, I need to use it.  It is Petal Pink on one side and White on the other.  Delicate and so appropriate for a beautiful wedding card.  There are 8 sheets, 4 each of 2 designs, and it's retiring!  It is guaranteed available until June 3rd.  Grab it while you can!

I also used two stamp sets for this card - the lovely Butterfly Gala stamp set and Butterfly Duet Punch, and the Stitched All Around stamp set for the sentiment on the front, and accompanying Stitched Labels Dies.  

Laser-cut card2

 

Supplies:

Very Vanilla card stock for base - 10 x 7", scored at 5" ; 4 x 4 piece for front sentiment; scrap pieces to stamp and punch out butterflies.

Petal Pink card stock 2 1/2 x 7" for edge on front to be cut with Delicate Lace Die.

Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Paper, 7 x 5"

Petal Pink stampin' pad

Butterfly Duet Punch

Butterfly Gala stamp set

Stitched all Around stamp set

Stitched Labels Dies

Stamping Sponges

Fine Tip Glue Pen

Dimensionals

Snail Adhesive

Ribbon

Directions:

Adhere Laser-cut paper to Very Vanilla card stock base using Fine Tip Glue Pen.  Let dry and lightly sponge Petal Pink ink over some of the Very Vanilla card stock.  Stamp butterflies with Butterfly Gala stamp set using Petal Pink ink.  Punch out Butterflies with Butterfly Duet Punch.  Die cut Petal Pink strip with Delicate Lace die.  Adhere to front of card.  Run ribbon to cover seam where adhered.  Stamp sentiment and cut out with Stitched Label Die.  Adhere to front with dimensionals.  Adhere butterflies with fine tip glue pen.  Add decorative rhinestones to butterflies and adhere to card.  Finish inside of card as desired.

Enjoy!

 

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