Though I have not heard of any Jammertown weddings in the immediate future, one never knows what can happen there, so it never hurts to be prepared!
Sherry, who designed THIS GORGEOUS WEDDING CARD used the tux and the shape of the bride's dress to fill the card front. I made the bride's gown with the bridal DP, I sponged the edges to bring out the yellow rose paper. punched the sentiment and the flowers, used a bit of ribbon for the sash, and added the satiny white ribbon to finish it off.
Sherry, I hope you enjoy your week in the FS spotlight - your encouragement means so much to so many stampers, your faith shines forth in your work and inspires us, and your sense of humor and the unexpected keep us Jammer girls on our slippered toes!! LYMI!
Date: Monday, February 3, 2014 GMT Views: 771
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Tue, Feb 04, 2014 @ 8:18 PM
Wow Sue...this is fantastic...I have seen so many of these wedding cards, and have never felt brave enough to give it a try...You...mdf did an AWESOME job...wow!! I love the little bow tie too...perfect dsp too!!
love & Hugs
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