Wedding Card

We have a special wedding to go to this week so I made a card to go with our gift using the beautiful cake set Happy Day from Concord & 9th.

I started out making the background for this card by using some Tattered Rose Distress ink and blending it on some Bristol Smooth paper. I then took some Ranger Texture  Paste and a Tim Holtz Mini Stencil #25 and embossed one half and  flipped the stencil so that it covered the whole background. Once it was dry, I die cut the background to fit into the card base.

For the cake, I used Bristol Smooth paper and stamped the image in Versamark ink and heat embossed with Brutus Monroe Sterling Embossing Powder.

The colors for the wedding are navy and blush. I tried several cakes and decided I liked this version the best for the card. The banner and sentiment is also from the same stamp set and I used Chipped Sapphire Distress. I adhered both with foam tape to the background and added some clear sequins.


I’ve entered this card into the Where Creativity Meets C9 June Challenge. Click on the link to see some beautiful cards using Concord & 9th products!



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  1. This is so very beautiful. This was my first stamp set from Concord & 9th, I believe. I’d liked others, but held off, until this one. Ha! Thanks for joining us at Where Creativity Meets C9!

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  2. Ericka, this is beautiful! Beautiful layering…just enough, but not too much…a balance I find difficult to achieve. I had to smile and laugh a bit when I saw your card tonight. I made a wedding card extremely similar to this a couple weeks ago (these were the same colors the bride chose for the wedding I attended). I can’t share it yet, but I think you’ll get a chuckle out of the similarities when our next challenge goes live on the 9th. Thanks so much for joining us for our Layers Challenge at Where Creativity Meets c9!

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