Happy Wedding Day!

So, you know how I said something about all holiday all the time around here? Yeah, I lied. As it turns out, there are apparently other events in December and my card making efforts must also go towards those. Figures. HA! BUT, what that means is that today we get a small break from the Christmas card insanity and we take a look at a pretty winter wedding card that I created for a wedding I went to yesterday! YAY!

Happy Wedding Day

I created this one using some awesome Winnie & Walter stamp sets! I so love these! I stamped and colored the wreath and the laurels with Spectrum Noir markers and then added the gold thread and a fun, sparkly bow.

Happy Wedding Day (detail)

A bit of masking allowed for the overlapping embossed sentiment. I like how this makes two stamps feel like one complete sentiment.

I hope you have a super fantastic week this week, folks! Also, don't forget to check out my Spellbinders die giveaway if you haven't already!

Have a Happy!


  1. This is lovely. Your coloring is just the perfect personal touch.

    PS. Captcha=boo, IMHO.
    Really will kill many comments. Comment approval is much better, just sayin.

  2. Beautiful card! I love the gold (such an elegant touch) as well as how you did the masking! The greenery is wonderfully colored, too!
    And Wow! Interesting choice to get married in December! I bet it was beautiful, though!

  3. What a lovely December wedding card. I really like it.

  4. Such a beautiful and elegant wedding card! ♥

  5. You always make it look so easy!! Love your Wedding Day card!

  6. gorgeous, love the placement of the sentiment and the wreath with the gold!

  7. Just perfect for a wedding! I love the gold thread.

  8. I kid you not, I just got those 2 W&W stamp sets on Saturday! I love seeing how you mixed the stamps to create an elegant card -- the masking is genius!

  9. Oh this is just GORGEOUS!!!!!! Love the gold and the green of the leaves!!! Such a pretty color and lovely wedding card!!!


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