Friday, July 4, 2008

Here Comes The Bride

I have the sounds of the song "Here comes the Bride" going over and over in my head now I have created these cards. Sorry if you all start singing too haha!

The cards here are using the new "Hanna Bridal" set which are to be released later today by Hanna Stamps.

The first card is a fairly simple layout .... the corners used here are made using cuttlebug dies. I used my slot punch to punch a hole so that the ribbon can be threaded through. I added clear glitter glue to the veil and the champagne glasses.

This second card is a diamond fold card ... it is a variation of some other cards I have posted to my blog lately. If you would like to know how to make one of these I found a great video tutorial on how to create one here.

For this one I used the oval nestabilities for my layers on the centre panel ... I also added clear rhinestones around the scallops of the oval. Again I used the cuttlebug photo corners on the corners of my end panels.

Stamps: Bridal Hanna - Hanna Stamps
Paper: White; Vibrant Teal - Prism Papers; DP - EK Success
Other: Black Ink; Paper Piercing Mat & Tool; Horizontal Slot Punch; Circle Punches; Photo Corner Cuttlebug Die; Striped Ribbon; Clear Stickles; Clear Rhinestones; Oval Nestabilities; Foam Tape


Michelle Tech said...

Wow, these are knockouts! Very nice!

Cindy Haffner said...

Very soft and pretty Frances, I love her.

Janette said...

Holy cow!! these are both amazing.

Patsy said...

Very pretty. Your corner punches are really pretty and just right for this type of card. I just found your blog and I love it.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous card! I love the colors. I went over to check out the video for the Diamond Fold card and it is no longer available. Could you direct me as to where I could find it?? My email is Thanks so much
Sue R

Anonymous said...

There is no other word for this card but 'stunning'. I love it!

Sammi said...

wow!! both these cards are gorgeous! :)

Liz Williams said...

What a cool card and thanks for the link information to see the tutorial! Love your blog.