Kia ora Koutou
Today I am channeling my inner Becca Feeken with a beautiful wedding card made by layering gorgeous Amazing Paper Grace dies. I have always been a big fan of Becca’s designs and how she has used different dies together and added gold accents and this card has been inspired by one of her designs using the Amazing Paper Grace Hannah Elise Layering Frame dies from the Chantilly Lace collection. I have added a decorative tone on tone background to the card with the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month September 2020 Lattice Quadrangle and then added a pretty romantic rose, a pearl encrusted bow, some foliage, a sentiment from the Amazing Paper Grace All Occasions Sentiments and lots of pearls to finish with a stunning wedding card that is a gift in itself. I also wanted the floral embellishments to look like a rose with seed pearl decorations adorning the bride’s hair and to me I feel I have achieved this.
Dies were provided by Amazing Paper Grace for today’s creations.
I have made a top folding 6″ x 6″ card base out of white cardstock. I layered gold and cream cardstock to the front to make the base for the embellishments. I die cut two decorative background dies from the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month September 2020 out of cream cardstock, adhered them together and then added it to the front of the card.
I die cut a base from cream cardstock and two decorative dies using the Amazing Paper Grace Hannah Elise Layering Frame dies – one from gold cardstock and one from cream cardstock. I stacked these together and added the decorative frame to the cream base using foam strips. I added the gold centre decorative die to the inside of the frame.
I die cut two frames from the Amazing Paper Grace All Occasions Sentiments – one from gold and one from cream cardstocks. I trimmed the gold die down the centre lengthways and adhered both sides behind the cream die ensuring the gold is slightly offset behind the cream die. I then adhered this to the centre of the gold decorative frame. I stamped the sentiment from the Amazing Paper Grace All Occasions Sentiments in Wow embossing ink and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. I then die cut the sentiment out using the small rectangle die from the Amazing Paper Grace All Occasions Sentiments. This was matted with gold cardstock and adhered to the front of the sentiment frame.
I die cut the dies from the Amazing Paper Grace Petite Double Bow and Flowers dies from cream cardstock and assembled the dies to create a bow. I added pearls to the centre of the bow and then added the bow to the top of the sentiment die.
I die cut, coloured, shaped and assembled a single rose from the Amazing Paper Grace Candlewick Rosebud dies. I used Peachy Keen, Rosey Posey and Magenta Hues to colour the rose. I die cut two leaves from the same die set and adhered them to the bottom of the sentiment die as shown. I then adhered the rose over the leaves in the centre.
I die cut several small sprays from the Amazing Paper Grace Fall Label Motifs Dies out of gold cardstock. I added small pearls to some of the sprays and added them around the green leaves along with some plain gold sprays.
To finish I added some pearls to the corners and on the dies as shown.
Amazing Paper Grace Products Used:
Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month September 2020 Lattice Quadrangle
Hannah Elise Layering Frame Dies
All Occasions Sentiments Stamps and Dies
Petite Double Bow and Flowers Dies
Candlewick Rosebud Dies
Other Products Used:
Heartfelt Creations Luxe Gold Cardstock
Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper
Creative Expressions Foundation Cardstock – Ivory
Rajni Chawla’s Flower Shaping Paper
Spellbinders Essentials Cardstock – Rainforest
Bearly Art Glue
Fun Stampers Journey Pearls
Ranger Archival inks – Peachy Keen, Rosey Posy, Magenta Hue
Wow Embossing Ink
Ranger Gold Embossing Powder
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