9.17.2016

Forever -- Wedding Wishes

Quick post.... a Wedding card for my youngest daughter, her nuptual just yesterday.  I made this, it seems it took me forever, I couldn't seem to get the color I wanted, the idea I wanted wasn't working.... you know the routine.  Anyway, this is what I ended with, I hope they e)njoy it.



I started with a smooshed Inka panel with two colors.  I let it dry and added another layer, with thicker (less spritzing) paste to add deeper colors and let that dry again.  I then used the cover plate and cut the floral layer out of vellum and used Multi Matte Medium to attach it to the panel around the outer border and a few random spots, trying to make them inconspicuous.  I then embossed the sentiment on a thin strip of vellum and added a few sparkles.  Inside, the sentiment says "two hearts become one".  Here's a close-up of the shine...


Products:
  TH Watercolor Paper, Ellen Hutson Vellum
   Inka Gold Steelblue and Silver
   NBUS Bed of Roses CP (Essentials by Ellen)
   Love & Marriage (PTI)
   HA Silver EP, HA Silver Shadow Ink

The wedding was a beautiful nautical theme, with the colors actually navy and silver.  Nautical decorations abound,  some of them homemade, a sailboat topper on the cake, attendee signatures on a handmade wooden anchor by the Hubbs, "messages in a bottle" for the bride & groom, groomsmen wearing "hawaiian" sailboat shirts and bridesmaids wearing homemade dresses by the bride.  It was quite awesome!

Well, enough of me, hope your weekend is amazing and that you all get to play a little in your craft rooms.  Thanks for stopping by, and thank you ALL for the love you leave!

TK



13 comments:

  1. Sounds like there are sailors in the family, TK, and that the wedding was lovely. So is your card. Gorgeous shine and a softness from the vellum. Beautiful!

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  2. First, congrats to your daughter on her marriage, TK! Sounds like a beautiful wedding with lots of personal, handmade touches by the bride and groom. How special!!

    Your card is just perfect keeping with the colours of the wedding. The smooshed background is gorgeous with the deep shades of blue. And the vellum cover plate is so pretty and delicate ... and lets all the colours show through. Great design and a lovely keepsake for your daughter and new son-in-law! xx

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  3. Blue and silver is such a lovely combination, and that vellum panel is gorgeous.

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  4. Gorgeous....love your incredible card!

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  5. Sounds like it was a lovely event, as is your card!

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  6. Congratulations I'm so happy the day was wonderful! The card you made for your daughter is so pretty in those blues with vellum! Hugs to you

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  7. beautiful card!! sounds like your daughter's wedding was absolutely lovely!! full of handmade details that everyone will remember for years to come!!

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  8. Congrats to your daughter and her husband! Weddings are wonderful, aren't they?! The nautical theme sounds like it was so much fun...you'll have to share some pix later on! I'm sure they loved your card. It turned out beautifully, and the colors were perfect for their theme. The vellum roses look spectacular against that smooshed background. Congrats! Bev

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  9. Congrats to your daughter and her husband on their wedding...wishing them a lifetime of happiness!
    Your card turned out beautifully, IK! I love how you played with your Inka Gold, and your color palette with these lovely roses is sheer perfection! Loving your silver embossed sentiment, too!
    My package should have reached you by now...I hope all is ok :) Talk to you soon...Hugs, Barb

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  10. Congratulations to the newlyweds! The theme sounds so unique and super fun and I'm sure everyone had a blast! I love, love, love your card, TK! You've given me another outstanding way to elegantly finish a Brusho'd or smooched card front without covering up the vibrant background!! Hugs, Darnell

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  11. Hi TK. Thank you for visiting my blog. I just love this beauty!

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  12. That sounds as though it was such a special day, TK ... you must've been so proud ... congratulations to your daughter and her new husband! Gorgeous smooshed background ... the shimmer is fantastic ... love the delicate vellum overlay, it's so elegant ... and those three gems following the sentiment are just the perfect touch! Hugs, Anita :)

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  13. Sounds like a beautiful and memorable wedding, TK! Love the card! What a gorgeous and rich background and I love how the vellum cover plate doesn't hid a lot of it!

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