Monday, February 24, 2014

Card: Cherish

The letters on this wedding card are the first initials of the bride (t) and groom (r).  The "cherish" charm was originally copper colored but I changed the color by painting over it with a silver leafing pen and then antiquing it with black acrylic paint.  I'm adding this card to this week's Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.  The theme is "Wedding or Anniversary."



Paper and Cardstock
patterned paper - Teresa Collins Noteworthy
black cardstock - Strathmore
ivory cardstock  - Bazzill Walnut Cream

Ink
Vintage Photo Distress Ink - Tim Holtz/Ranger
Tuxedo Black - Memento

Stamp
Vintage Finds #1 - Teresa Collins (inside)

Additional Supplies
black seam binding ribbon - Hug Snug
jeweled button - My Mind's Eye Market Street Lovely Buttons
cherish charm - Tim Holtz
black bead dangle - Jenni Bowlin
skeletonized leaf
"happiness" and "always" stickers (inside) - Heidi Swapp
gem hearts (inside) - Making Memories
silver leafing pen - Krylon
black acrylic paint - M. Graham & Co.
lace scraps

3 comments:

Jingle said...

I really like the cream and black. Very pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

ßeulah ßee said...

Cute idea using initials on the front and the bits inside are also a nice touch, I've not seen that done before.

Donna Mack said...

SOOOOOOOO pretty and CLEVER, CLEVER, CLEVER using those initials. What a great way to use up lace scraps!!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that leaf!!! Again...another AMAZING card by my AMAZING inspirational friend!!!