It's always good to have cards on hand ahead of time and since I sold my last wedding card at work last week, I decided to make a new one to add to my stash. I picked a cute Stamping Bella image, colored it, die-cut it with the Big Shot and my favorite part of the card is that I added a row of white sequins all arond the image. It was a last-minute idea and I really like how it frames the image. What I didn't like, though, was the overlap where the sequins ended, so I used a rose I made using the new molds and paper clay Stampin' Up! added to its new catalogue. Now, you can create accents in any color you wish using reinkers or markers, but here I left mine white.
Stamps: Brdalpartybellas (Stamping Bella), Notes de saison (Stampin' Up!)
Cardstock: Whisper White, Opulent Orchid (Stampin' Up!)
Ink: Basic Black, Rich Razzleberry
Patterned Papers: Basic Grey
Accessories: White sequin trim, Nestabilities dies, White envelope, markers,
Stickles, Paper clay and flower mold