Hi all, I am over on the Sarah Hurley 365 blog today with a step by step on how I made this card! Head on over and check it out….
Just stopping by with an exciting announcement today – I have joined the Papermill Direct Design Team!
I really love their excellent quality card and use it on all of my craft projects because it really stands up to what I put it through! I have a selection of projects I have made with their products below, and I look forward to getting started on the team and bringing you even more projects made with their beautiful supplies! In the meantime do head over and check out their card and the fabulous array of colours it comes in!
Thanks for stopping by today and sharing my excitement!
I recently had to make a wedding card and matching gift box for a friend in work. She was going with a slight Gatsby/art deco theme for the wedding so I went with that style for the card. I used the Framed Toppers 4b and 1c cutting files from Monicas Creative Room and tag cutting file from Birds Cards for the focal point. The black and white card was from Papermill Direct, it is my favourite card to use in the Silhouette. The gold sheen paper is from my stash, I have no idea where it came from, sorry!
Here you can see a full view of the complete card, with a good idea of the gold colour. It is not too brash gold which is nice. It does have a nice sheen off it which you can’t really get in this image.
Here is a close up of the matching box, I made a simpler version of the card to go on top of this, just to tie it in, but to match it enough. I used the same card and papers on it.
You can see them both side by side here. You can also see some of the sheen off the gold card on the lid of the box. It is hard to capture on camera, but it does exist, I promise!
I typed the sentiment for the card and printed it and cut the shape out and mounted it on the black label design. I think it is very elegant, and very Gatsby looking!
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed the look at this project as much as I enjoyed working on it!
I have a post over on the Sarah Hurley 365 blog today showing you how to use small stamps in a stamp set as a focal image on a card. I hope it will inspire you to look at your smaller stamps in a new light, and use them for focal images when you may not normally think of them! Head on over and check the post out and see what I did to create this card….