Sep 15, 2014

Waltzingmouse Pajama Party/Wedding Card

I'm playing along with the WMS Pajama Party this month.  One of the challenges was to use an older WMS Christmas set.  I misread the challenge and am using an older set period.  But I'm declaring that Christmas involves love and therefore, that I am using an Older Christmas Set. 

The heart and sentiment is from My Heart.  The flourish is from Funky Feathers.  Since I need a wedding card, I thought this would be perfect.

The card has 3 layers -- white A2 card, a smaller vellum layer and then the top layer is the white trimmed to that the vellum peeks out around the edge.



Stamps:  WMS My Heart and Funky Flowers
Paper:  Recollections White, SU Vellum
Ink:  Versamagic Pixie Dust and Grapefruit Pink, and Versamark
Other:  Gold Embossing Powder, embossing buddy, pearl, dimensionals

Hope your Monday is a good one!



Claire Brennan said...

love it Joan, and nope, any old wms is grand! a superfresh one today, I love the wee watery heart! thank you for playing along with us at WMS and good luck in the prize drawing!

Leslie Miller said...

Perfectly simple and simply perfect! The middle vellum layer is a pretty touch.

Julia Aston said...

What a lovely CAS design for this sweet wedding card Joan B!

Jeanne J said...

Clean and stunning! I love the two tone pink color and the texture of the wood!!

Deborah Frings said...

Great card - so perfectly CAS, so beautifully elegant. Love it.

Debbie Olson said...

Fresh and lovely, Joan!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I rather like you take on this love themed card. So elegant and stately.

Mary said...

Simplicity at it very best. :)


Kelly Latevola said...

Beautiful card Joan! I love the added softness of the vellum. How did you make the heart so soft? Did you just stamp an outline snd bring the color in with clean water? That coral color is so beautiful!!

Joan B said...

inked in light pink and edged with the darker pink. stamped. the edges were off so I took a red pencil and lightly colored in to even out the tone. then I took a colorless copic and quickly blended. thanks for asking!