Be Inspired…32

This is a super easy wedding card to do. I was inspired by the colors and lines in the photo pictured right from Beate’s Challenge. I think these would make great spring/summer wedding colors. A pale blue and brown with a touch of orange.

To make this card:

  1. Make card base.
  2. Stamp curly label in orange ink.
  3. Stamp ampersand in orange ink.
  4. Stamp bride/groom in brown ink.
  5. Cut out curly label.
  6. Score vertical lines every 1/2″ on card base (you can barely see this in the photo).
  7. Wrap brown ribbon around card base.
  8. Pop curly label off the ribbon and center.

Thanks for all of the anniversary wishes! You all are great blogger supporters! HEEE!

:: My Goodies {Bride & Groom}::
Stamps: PTI-Piece of Cake
Ink: Chocolate; Tangerine Tango
Cardstock: Aqua Mist; White
Accessories: dimensionals; brown grosgrain ribbon; scor-pal
Technique: Stamped
Card Size: 4.25 x 5.5

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  • Crafty Girl Designs - Great card Ashley! I love how you mimicked the lines in the floor in the background.

    Happy Aniversary, too! Your story made me teary eyed this morning! Thanks for sharing!


  • Deanna - so clean and simple… stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda Kelly - Very pretty card! Great job, thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Christina - I just really like this card! I’ve come back a few times just to look at it! It’s a beauty!ReplyCancel

  • Catherine - That’s pretty cool, Ash. How funny that i look at this pics forever and see if i can find something that i create, i have a hard time with her BI challenge but give me a sketch, i can think of stuff to make. You sure did a great job on this one :)ReplyCancel

  • Stamping Cafe - Simply beautiful, Ashley!

    Happy Anniversary! Thank you for sharing the beautiful story. Love your wedding pictures, they are beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Regan - OH!!!!! I love this cardReplyCancel

  • Beate - Ashley, as always, your take on the challenge looks fantastic! I love it!
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week.
    Hugs and smilesReplyCancel

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