On Your Wedding Day - Statement Sentiments Stamp Card Tutorial

Hello Crafters,

Today's card tutorial is this beautiful, elaborate wedding card using the newly-launched Statement Sentiments stamp collection. We have the lovely DT member Glynis to thank for this creation, that would also look fabulous as a gift box topper or as a framed picture. Show someone your appreciation with today's card tutorial by the talented Glynis.  

Read on for a full step-by-step project tutorial, complete with full materials list. To view the product page for each individual product, simply click on the product name and you'll be directed to its dedicated page. 





        From the Scalloped and Pierced Square die set, cut numbers one and five in Rose Quartz glitter card and numbers two and six in patterned paper from the Wedding Collection paper pad. Adhere the largest scalloped glitter card panel to the base card, then matt and layer the two patterned paper panels to silver mirror card. Secure the largest patterned panel to the base card using foam pads, then matt and layer the smaller panel directly onto the scalloped panel and adhere to the base card with foam pads. 

        2 Stamp and heat-emboss the Wedding Day image onto Crystal White pearl card using Metallic Silver embossing powder and the clear embossing inkpad. Apply Art Glitter glue to the sentiment and wedding rings and cover with Fire Opal Sparkelicious glitter. Die-cut the fifth die from the Scalloped and Pierced Rectangle set, then matt and layer the two pieces together and affix to the base card with foam pads. Apply Metallic Self-Adhesive Sparkles to the background.

        3 Die-cut numerous flowers using the Elegant Flower die set and colour with the Tattered Rose ink. For the lacy flowers, die-cut in white card and cover with Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter. Shape the petals and adhere together with Pinflair glue gel. Die-cut the stamen in Rose Gold mirror card and attach to the middle of each set of flowers along with a 12mm Sparkler. 

        4 Die-cut the Leafy Foliage using Rose Gold mirror card. Die-cut the Berry Foliage in white card and cover with Crystal Crush Sparkelicious glitter. Attach the flowers and foliage to the base card using Pinflair glue gel to finish.


        I hope you've found this elegant wedding card tutorial by Glynis informative and that it's inspired you to create your own version! 

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        Chloe x


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