I bought a new Design Objectives embossing folder a couple of weeks ago, and although the centre of the oval is not embossed, I thought that it could be cut away and the resulting frame used to show off a sentiment, as in the wedding card above. I used pale lilac pearlised cardstock for the embossing and then cut away the centre oval around the scalloped edge. The card base was created by cutting two shapes and adhering them together down one side. Another shape the same size was cut from silver mirri and adhered to the card front, followed by a slightly smaller paper layer. The sentiment is from a wedding image font downloaded from the internet, and printed in 85% greyscale onto textured white cardstock. It was fixed behind the oval aperture with foam pads then adhered to a piece of silver mirri. White satin ribbon was threaded through a heart-shaped diamante buckle, fixed to the card, then the panel was adhered to the front of the card with foam tape. A floral arrangement consisting of WOC blooms, silk flowers and pearl stems was adhered to the bottom left hand side of the card. The doves were cut from white pearlised cardstock, embellished with a punched heart and adhered to the top of the aperture with foam pads to complete the card.
Card base- Lacy Labels (Asian cut)
Doves- Wedding Solutions
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