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Hi Friends! I’m sharing this custom wedding card I created at the request of my sister and brother-in-law for a wedding they are attending. This card required some “card surgery” as I smudged my perfectly ink blended panel with black ink. Ah well, no one is perfect! Read below to see how I created this card.

To create this card, I first masked off the edges of an A2 piece of Neenah 110lb cardstock. Next, I tore a piece of scrap paper and used it as a stencil to create the colorful background. Distress inks used top to bottom: wilted violet, milled lavender, seedless preserves, picked raspberry, kitsch flamingo, abandoned coral, dried marigold and mustard seed.

After the entire panel was ink blended, I removed the mask and accidentally smudged the edge with black ink! So I did some card surgery and cut out the ink blended panel and adhered it another piece of white cardstock for a similar look.

Next, I used the wedding day stamp and coordinating die set for the images. The images were stamped on Bristol cardstock using versafine clair ink in nocturne and colored using zig clean color brush markers and a waterbrush. White highlights added to the images using a white jelly roll pen. Then, the images were cut using the coordinating dies and thin foam squares added to the images. I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set using my Misti and a T square ruler to align the words.

The entire card was adhered on an A2 white card base and that completes the card!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! Sending you happiness!


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