Using the masking technique for the first time I used misc card stock, borrowed a forest with river and congratulations stamp from my daughter, Sharon (ninarose) and used one of the "Summer by the Sea" SU stamps for the foreground. I watercolored the picture and added the clouds from the cloud template also borrowed. The "dream scene" was achieved by borrowing from LDS Clipart and adding a bride and groom which I drew freehand, cut out and attached "in the clouds" covered by a square of velum punched outwith a "Marvy shapes punch". I added the edge with a "Fiscars" border punch.
For the "thanks" card I used misc card stock and paper from "The Stack" pack, misc border and corner punches backing the punched out areas with velvet ribbon, also punching out a star for the
upper left corner in velvet. The star brads are from "Making Memories" and the stamp is SU 2005
Date: Thursday, June 1, 2006 GMT Views: 511
Registered: November 19, 2005 Location: Missouri the Show me State Posts: 109
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Beautiful card. I Love to see the temple. (LOL) I am always looking for ideas for wedding cards for LDS marriages. this is one I want to CASE. Thanks for sharing. What a great way to remind us of celestial marriages.
------------------------------ "We must cherish one another, watch over one another, comfort one another, and gain instruction, that we may all sit down in heaven together." Lucy Mack Smith