Thursday, January 18, 2018

Wedding card and box

Hello. I was asked to make a wedding card. I decided to also make a box for the card. I used a tattered lace die for the carriage and a sue wilson die the the Mr & Mrs .. I have left the front of the box without their details which I added after the photo  was taken..Loz

12 comments:

  1. Hi ho there Loz, a hot one today here, hope it's cooler in your place. Great wedding card and fabulous box to put it in...beautiful colour tones and die used, hugz, [aNNie]

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  2. They are so elegant and gorgeous!! I love the horse drawn carriage!! The flower clusters are stunning!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Gorgeous Wedding card and box Loz.
    Hugs Pam x

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  4. Hello Laurel,

    These cards are so elegant and gorgeous!!

    A lot of people design two cards for the wedding and the reception but you can merge both into one for saving money. Depending on this, you can also choose to go for invites that are a bit pricey to make things memorable for the rest of your life.

    A few months ago, one of my celebrity friend purchases wedding invitation cards from Lavender Paperie, for his Wedding ceremony, who offer the most absolute gorgeous, vintage-inspired wedding invitations around. Thanks.

    Regards,

    Angeliica

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  5. So pretty Laurel, I really like how you offset the die cut words with the blue and white. I have tried than but it never looks right when I do it. I have just realised why, I tend to drag my top wording sideways not just down a little. Will be trying again real soon.

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  6. Gorgeous and what a perfect keepsake!

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  7. The horse and carriage die is a real beauty. Beautifully decorated card and box.

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  8. Oh fell in love with the horse drawn carriage - what a perfect wedding card and something the couple will keep for a long time.

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