Wedding Congrats

Hi everyone.  Just dropping in quickly to share a super CAS wedding card today.



I stamped the connected rings on a scrap of white cardstock with silver pigment ink.  I heat embossed it with clear embossing powder and then die cut it out with the matching die.  To colour the image, I used a silver Gelly Roll pen for the band and a clear Spica pen for the diamond.



The diamond rays was stamped also with silver pigment ink on a Scalloped Stitched Rectangle piece, but this time it was heat embossed with clear glitter embossing powder.  The congrats die cut sentiment was a leftover piece I had die cut in excess from this baby card.  I just die cut a second one from scraps to stack them for a little dimension.  I Ombré coloured the bottom in a teal colour with Copics.



The scallop panel was adhered to a white top folding card base.  The ring image was mounted with foam tape and a few sparkly clear sequins were added to finish.



I am playing in the following challenges:

Inkspirational- 129 Connect (rings, wedding)
Less is More – 318 Mainly Teal
Time Out – 3rd Birthday Party Love/Friendship optional spotlighting
STAMPlorations – March Anything CAS Goes optional sky blue
Pixie’s Snippets Playground – Weeks 271 and 272 Use Snippets (cardstock)




10 thoughts on “Wedding Congrats

  1. What a great wedding card! Love the colors and design! Thanks for taking the Time Out to play with us!

  2. A great CAS design – using the rings for the “O” is genius! Thanks so much for celebrating with us at Time Out! Jill

  3. Love how you’ve used the rings as your ‘o’ and all the white detail is gorgeous while keeping the card beautifully simple. Gorgeous ombre shading too.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

  4. So clever and a very creative design – I love the way the sentiment and rings stand out as a strong focal point with the scallop panel edge setting them off to perfection. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More 🙂

  5. So clever Trina! A stunning result and I just love how you combined the word and those gorgeous rings! Spot on!


    Di xx

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