Sakura Hobby Craft – Wedding Card

Welcome to my last post for Sakura Hobby Craft Design Team I would like to thank Terri Sproul and Sakura for this wonderful opportunity.  For my last project I created a wedding card for my brother and his new bride

Materials:

  • Polka Dot Paper from Freebie from A.J.’s Digi Shoppe
  • Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer
  • Terri Sproul Mixers – Green Pearl Interference and Glitter Green
  • Tracing Paper
  • Staz-On Jet Black
  • Bird Stamp from Studio G
  • Congratulations Stamp from MJDesigns
  • Green Card Stock
  • Clear Ribbon
  • Want2Scrap Bling

 

Paint the background paper with the Green Interference, let dry. Fold green paper in half to create card base.  Trim the polka dot paper to allow a boarder on the card.  Taking Green Glitter and Crystal lacquer paint the tracing paper.  Stamp Bird stamp onto another piece of tracing paper with Staz-on.  Trim and mat with the green glitter painted tracing paper.  Place ribbon and paint with green glitter mixer to the card.  Allow to dry and place bird cage center.  Stamp sentiment.  Add two pieces of bling to the top and bottom of the birdcage.

A simple card made from the heart.

 

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One thought on “Sakura Hobby Craft – Wedding Card

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