I made this for a wedding, her colors included turquoise, and I thought that this two layer thing would look awesome, but in the end I felt like it was missing something. Can you help me figure out what it needs?
The ribbon looked pretty and sheer IRL, BTW, not like dirty bath water like, as it does in this picture for some reason. Oh, and lining those things us was way harder than I thought it would be, it took me forever and lots of trimming!
Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 GMT Views: 969
Registered: August 10, 2004 Location: South Jersey Posts: 127
Thu, Aug 30, 2007 @ 9:19 AM
I think your card needs some sort of sentiment on the front. Maybe at the bottom right, where the two different colors of paper meet, use a fancy die-cut frame or oval punch layered or something with a little verse like best wishes, mr & mrs, for the bride & groom or even congratulations. then mount it with a pop dot/foam square for dimension. If you have silver paper or emboss the edges of the frame with silver embossing powder to make it fancy. If you don't have a sentiment, even a stamp like champagne glasses toasting or wedding rings or even a simple flower would give your card some umph. If you have fance pearl or filigree brads or buttons, you could add one to the frame to jazz it up. Hope this helps.