Anniversary Minis

Another new Colorado Craft Company Anita Jeram stamp is the feature of my post this week, this time the Anniversary Mini.  As the name says, it’s a small stamp but very cute!

To begin, I stamped the image and sentiment and then coloured with Copic markers, flicking a few splats from the markers onto the background.

I had planned on a ‘white on white’ but the uber plain wasn’t grabbing me so I dry embossed the mat layers.

To finish the toppers, I rounded the corners with the Crop-o-dile and backed with black card. The mat and topper was then mounted on a black card base and some heart embellishments added.

A Very Mice Wedding

Do you remember the wedding invitations from a few weeks ago?  This week’s blog post is the card I made for the actual wedding.  For my card, I used Waffle Flowers Slim Lacy Layers Dies and Colorado Craft Company Happily Ever After stamps and dies.

After cutting out the white layer, I decorated it by blending through a randomly placed heart template.

Next, I stamped the bride and groom and a selection of flowers and coloured them with Copic markers.

The final job was heat embossing the sentiment and assembling the elements.  I glued the flowers onto the card but popped the couple up on foam squares.  Lastly, I added a few white heart embellishments around the bride and groom.

Lastly, I used the smaller stamps to make the card for the gift vouchers.  This card was not as wide as the slimline dies so the panels were cut down using the partial die-cutting technique.