I wanted to create a wedding card, and I decided to try to create the feel of a wedding chapel. I stamped the newly released Our Daily Bread deisngs image, Cathedral Window Wood with VersaMark and heat embossed on vellum using a midieval metals embossing powder. (It is basically copper colored). I lightly colored the back of the vellum with blue and violet Copic Markers and my airgun, but it's hard to see the color in the photo. I then cut the window with the Custom Cathedral Window and Border Die from both vanilla and Prism Antique Bronze card stock. I used the bronze window pane cut to give a little shadow to my panes, and then adhered the vanilla window pane over top, offsetting just a little bit. I adhered my window on to a vanilla base which I had cut with my new Spellbinders 5 x 7 Elegant Labels 4 die. As you know, you can't get a top fold from standard card stock when working with this large a die, so I had to create a hinge by scoring the top fold, and cutting part of the design a second time. I then matted my card front on that partial cut, and backed it with still another die cut. This completely hides the hinge and allows a top fold card even when 12 x 12 card stock isn't long enough. My sentiment is from a past release, All Occasion Sentiments, and it is cut with Spellbinders Fancy Tags 1. I added some Cheery Lynn mini Fanciful Flourishes and little flowers punched with a CarlCraft punch. The greenery is punched with a Martha Stewart bough punch, and I added tiny pearls to the centers of the flowers.