Handmade Wedding Card with Lots of Letters Chipboard

On Board Lots of Letters

I’m excited to share this card with you.  I’ve seen several handmade cards lately that were done all in white and I thought I would try my hand at one.  This would make a lovely wedding card to give at any wedding or shower.

You could easily change the Lots of Letters chipboard (which is retiring) for the newlyweds last initial or my idea was to use the T for Together.  I thought it would be nice to stamp the inside of the card with the Together definition from the Define your Life stamp set

Finial Press Embossing Folder

The base of the card is made made from Whisper White cardstock with another layer of cardstock on top that has been embossed with the Finial Press Embossing folder ad the Big Shot.  I took the chipboard, covered it in Whisper White craft ink and then embossed it with Iridescent Ice embossing powder offering  a glittery look.  The remaining parts of the card are made up of Whisper White Satin Ribbon and pearls and a hat pin from the Pretties Kit.

I’m looking forward to the Guy Card Class on Monday and the makeup Tech Club on Tuesday!  I have been away on vacation for the past week so  now it’s time to hit the road running . . . or should I say stamping?!

Comments

  1. This is a gorgeous card, Becky! I just love the texture the Big Shot lends to the paper! Hope you and your family had a great time on vacation! Looking forward to card class tomorrow night and tech class Thursday!

  2. Very elegant card! I love the way you chose to emphasize together by using the “T” instead of the familiar name initial. Real unique…

    I wished I lived in your area as I would probably “live” at your house, ha! Hate I cannot come to your classes. Have fun!!

  3. LOVE LOVE LOVE the monochromatic white!

  4. My favorite!

  5. Becky, I really like this card – it is beautiful! I agree with all the above comments.

  6. Absolutely beautiful! Out of curiosity, how well do cards with chipboard on them survive the USPS system?

  7. Geovanna Miranda

    Could you please tell me what is the name of the font that you used for the letter?

  8. Cristiane O'Brien

    Very elegant, thanks for sharing, will get inspired and create around the same idea.

  9. very beautiful card. do you make/sell them?

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