Saturday, 21 June 2014

A Wedding Card for Tegan and Robert

Hello my blogging friends. How has your week been? I have been on my travels and once again glad to have spent a little time in my crafting space. For my post today I am sharing a Wedding Card that I was commissioned to make for a Tegan and Robert. I was requested to make a big wedding card in a box.

OK. So here are some photos of what I made:

Let's begin with the box. I made this of kraft coloured Chipboard and covered it with some beautiful Cristina Re Oriental Rose wedding paper I found at Office Works, then added an organza 7/8 inch white ribbon on the outside which I purchased from Really Reasonable Ribbon

When you remove the lid you see a box lining made of crepe paper.

To keep the top flap of the box lining in place I added a flower, a couple of leaves and three pearls.

Here is the front of the card. I decided to make a middle step card. I used a silver paper to mat the panels and the panels themselves I embossed using a  Cuttlebug Anna Griffin Poppy Border set 5" x 7". On top of the panels I added some Want2scrap swirls (6074) pearls in white, with some stemmed star flowers I purchased from My2 angels. I added some 3mm white pearls at each corner of the panels.

The T and R initials I die cut with an alphabet die set and the sentiments are from a silver wedding peel-off.

Here s the card out of the box standing on its side and shows how the step card stands.

... and here is the card photographed on its side again it gives you a view of the step features.

Last image is of the back of the card. I added a writing panel, a little wired white butterfly and a stamped sentiment in silver encore ink which I die cut using a small circle spellbinders die.

The main ingredients I used to make this card:

Thanks for stopping by to read today's post. Have a super weekend


  1. Both are beautifully made cards, love them! xXx

    1. What a lovely thing to say. Thanks so much for leaving a comment Maureen.


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