Archive for the ‘Wedding’ Category
Since I am giving a a gift certificate I wanted to find a cute way to present it. The couple is registered at Simply Registry. I bought my certificate and once I got the confirmation I printed the e-mail. I modified it in Word and matted it. I adorned it with a cute bow. The certificate and card (5.1/2 w x 8 12/ t) fit perfectly in the gable box. You can buy the SVG files by clicking on the SVG banner in my website. Once you are at SVG Cuts then search for Classic Boxes. I used the gable box.
I used DCVW shimmer stack and chose the purple shimmery paper to make the box. I had the gold metallic trim from a while ago. I used the Tie the Know cartridge to make the monogram letters.
The box measures 10″ wide x 6 1/2″ deep x 9″ tall.
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Made this beautiful card with free SVG files from SVGCuts. Click on the banner to the right and it will take you to their website. Search for “Mary’s Corner – Wedding Card Tutorial for Sure Cuts A Lot”
I used DCWV glitter paper and Martha Stewart flower punches. The swirl stamp is by inkadoodle.
Here is the video on how to make it:
Made this quick Wedding card using the Wedding cricut cartridge. The bride and groom were cut at 4″. The card is 5.75″x 5.75″. The background paper is from Martha Stewart’s elegant collection. I used my cuttlebug to emboss the 4’x4″ front black square. Stamps from My Pink Stamper.
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I had to get creative on this one. I used my Sure Cuts a Lot 2 program to create this “wedding dress.” I began by “welding” a heart and a triangle together. I flipped the heart upside down. I then copied the “welded” image and “welded” again to make the full card. The card measure 5 1/2″ tall by 7″ wide.
For the “pearl” stand I used some pearls left over from my wedding! They are put together already in a strand so I just cut about 1″ and taped it in the back so the pearls don’t come lose. For the dress I used “from my heart- metallic papers” I embossed using my Cuttlebug machine. I tied up the cute bow using organza ribbon.
For the skirt I used an old ribbon I had from one of my Downtown Los Angeles fabric district buys 🙂