Goin’ To The Chapel

It all started with an iron.

WeddiingGiftMy husband and I were invited to a friend's wedding last weekend, and of course I waited until the day before the ceremony to shop for a wedding gift.

The only thing in stock that was on the bride's gift list was an iron. It's a nice iron, but sheesh!

So I bought a gift card to wrap up with the iron. But what to wrap it in?

I wheeled the Stems & Silhouettes jumbo wheel with black ink on plain kraft wrapping paper, colored in some of the flowers with a Pretty in Pink marker and added Pink Pirouette wide ribbon.

WeddingBow

I topped the gift with a paper bow. These are so much fun to make and open up a whole world of possibilities using Stampin' Up!'s double-sided designer paper.

I'll post a bow tutorial for you this week.

 
 

WeddingCard

For the matching card, I again used the Stems & Silhouettes wheel on Kraft cardstock layered onto black. The base card is Pirouette Pink. I embossed the heart from the Always stamp set in black on a piece of Pink Pirouette and on a piece of Pretty in Pink; then cut them out. They're mounted to the card with dimensionals.

The "Congrats" sentiment is from the Say It With Scallops set, this year's Ronald McDonald design. Stampin' Up! donates $2 from each one of these sets sold to the Ronald McDonald House Charities and has donated more than $700,000 to RMHC. (There's additional information about the RMHC program on the inside back cover of the current catalog.)

A piece of coordinating designer paper, some ribbon and a few brads complete the card.

This was such a fun project to make, and I know that the handmade nature will be well appreciated by the bride, Miriam. Congrats to Miriam and Josh…may your lives together be filled with love, peace and grace.

Comments

  1. My thanks to both of you!

    Want to share your creations? Email some cards or scrapbook pages to me at maccreative@mac.com.
    :-)

  2. i love your cards!
    link to argylecats.blogspot.com

  3. I love this. It looks so fantastic and pulled together. (Not at all like you bought it on the day of)

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