Hello and happy Thursday! Today I am on the Birch Press Design blog sharing this wedding themed card created using the Folk Art Heart Layering dies. And yes, that is a mouthful to say! I only had to do about 27 outtakes on today's video when I blubbered through those words! My husband and I actually had a wedding that we were supposed to attend two weeks ago in Orange County, California, that was canceled due to coronavirus. There were over 300 people anticipated to attend and travel in from across the country. Ugh, I can't even imagine what that poor bride (and groom too, of course!) have been
going through. . .
*You can see the full details for how to make this card in the video tutorial located at the end of this post.
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Neenah Solar White smooth cardstock. I also created a white scalloped frame from the same cardstock. Using Memento Tuxedo black ink, I stamped the sentiment at the top and bottom of the card, so that there would be room for the two hearts in the middle. I tried to create each heart to resemble more traditional bride and grooms colors, though you could easily make the hearts to match the wedding colors, or create two pink and white hearts if there were two brides to be celebrated!
Here are the Folk Art Heart Layering dies from Birch Press Design that I used to create this card:
I hope you have enjoyed this card! Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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