When I saw today's Ways to Use It challenge was to use stickers, I thought I'd have to skip it since I wasn't aware of owning any and went on to make my wedding card. Then I remembered these definition sentiments and checked them out, and they are stickers. I stuck mine onto a piece of cardstock so that I could pop it up on an embossed heart, which is cut free hand. If you find that tricky you can google a heart (or any object) in images, and use the outline for a template. Last year I did wedding invitations for our neighbor and she wanted lace covered, and this is one of the card bases that was left over. What a job, each card had lace stretched over it and glued on the inside, so they had to have a liner glued in to cover up the edges. I added some ribbon which was wrapped around a Christmas present and a vintage button - got a jar of them in the St. Georges Market in Belfast's city center.
Date: Thursday, January 12, 2012 GMT Views: 3839
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Thu, Jan 12, 2012 @ 3:59 AM
What a gorgeous design, Bridget! Love the lace and beautiful vintage button. I can't imagine making a whole bunch of these for wedding invites...you brave girl!
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Thu, Jan 12, 2012 @ 4:49 AM
Simply Gorgeous, Bridget!! One is Beautiful and a joy to make, much more than that becomes a big chore, so how very sweet of you to make many of these!! I love the lace the texture with your embossed heart and your wonderful wrapped heart!!
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Thu, Jan 12, 2012 @ 6:21 AM
what a lovely wedding card Bridget! what a project to make invitations in this design!!! Love the lace around the card (looks just like the lace I used on my wedding dress that I made myself many years ago!) that plaid embossed heart looks wonderful with the ribbon and button too!