The True Love of a bride on her wedding day is pure magic. My card features stamps from Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps, watercolouring, and a cut 'n' emboss folder.
Putting It Together
I have changed my mind three times since deciding to use this stamp for a card now. I first wanted to do a single-layer card with the groom and masking. Then I decided to use a Tonic die and had even prepped a background for the pop-outs. But, I picked up and order this morning that had this particular emboss and cut folder and it called to me. I tried the background panel I prepped with it but decided the glitter would work better. Now I have other pieces I didn't use for a future project.
I stamped the bride on watercolour paper with Terrific Taupe.
I then watercoloured the image using what I always can my fan pan. It's an inexpensive set of watercolours with surprising vibrancy and handy form factor for compact storage.
I fussy cut the bride with a narrow margin.
The embossing folder I used cuts the heart. I decided to use the glitter paper to peek through the heart and as a matting because it matches so well to the bouquet.
I used foam mounting tape to pop-up the bride and added tiny pearls to the background.
Inside, I stamped the sentiment then added hearts from another set.