Happy Notes Wedding Card

Simple, elegant, heat embossed and die-cut wedding card.

Everyone loves happy occasions and the Happy Notes stamp set features images for creating happy occasion cards and other paper-craft projects.

This beautiful wedding card is SO simple, yet elegant. You won't have to tell anyone it only took a few minutes to create.

Stampin' Details:

  • The gorgeous Blushing Bride floral print paper is part of the English Garden Designer Series Paper collection. (Yes ... again!)
  • This background paper is meant to be seen, so all other elements are kept to a minimum.
  • The bold wedding sentiment is stamped on Blushing Bride cardstock using Whisper White Craft ink, and heat embossed using white embossing powder.
  • The coordinating Lots of Labels Framelits Dies create the perfect die-cut sentiments. This one looks like it came from a packaged kit, but why buy one when you can make your own? I love this new label shape!
  • The delicate Sahara Sand Lace Trim is an elegant touch for any wedding card.
  • White Perfect Accents (enamel dots) add a subtle finishing touch to the card.
  • An elegant wedding card deserves an elegant envelope. I lined a Whisper White envelope with a pattern from English Garden Designer Series Paper using the Envelope Liner Framelits Dies and the Big Shot.

Close-up photo image of Stampin' Up! Happy Notes wedding card die-cut sentiment panel.

Did you notice there are literally just a few steps to creating this pretty wedding card?

Starting with a layer of beautiful paper in the background eliminates the need for background stamping, embossing, or lots of fussy layers requiring lots of measuring and cutting.

It's a fast and fabulous wedding card that I think the happy couple will enjoy.







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