Hello again and welcome back! I have a really glitzy wedding card for you today. I was working on wedding cards a while back if you recall, and this is one of the many I came up with. I was working with my American Crafts Elegant paper pack with all the classy black, silver, white and light blue patterns trying to use it for what I actually bought it for and managed to come up with a few designs I liked. I was also digging through my stash of bling and remembered I had these pretty silver buckles. I was so busy congratulating myself on finding a use for the latter that I wasn't paying attention to Lois (one of our kittens). This proved to be a mistake because while I was busy crafting away she was looking for a likely perch in the window and my embellishment box became her landing pad. Actually it became a big mess because as she landed, the box slid and all my little loose embellishments, jump rings, charms and the like went airborne. Ask me if she's allowed in my stamp room any more. Go on, I dare you...
So onto the card. This one is 5-1/4 square finished and the layout is very similar to another card I did earlier. You can view that card here. You will note the layers are similar. Rather than give you all the assembly instructions therefore, I'm just going to pass along the dimensions of all the layers.
DSP 1: 5 inches square, DSP 2: 3-3/4 x 3, Black: 3-7/8 x 3-1/8, Lace Strip: 3-7/8 x 1-1/4
Stamps & Ink: None!
Paper: Bordering Blue textured, Basic Black, American Crafts Elegant Collection DSP pack
Accessories: Martha Stewart lace border punch, white grosgrain ribbon (Offray), silver bling buckle, paper flowers (Martha Stewart), Acetate Frame (Making Memories)
Stop back tomorrow afternoon! I'll have a new Sunday Stash Challenge for you!
Thanks for checking in today.
Labels: Flowers, Martha Stewart, NO Stamps (egads), Punches, Wedding