Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Wedding Invitations

What have I been up to? I have been making wedding invitations for my sister, finished up homeschooling and scan work samples to send to the teacher. Babysit in the morning so by night time I'm pooped. I just want to sit around and do nothing after the baby leaves. Now that everything is done (except babysitting) I can start creating some cards with new stamp sets and accessories. Yay! Love the new catalogue and the cover is so beautiful!

Here is the invitation I made for my sister. It is the same one in the 2009-2010 catalogue. The catalogue doesn't show the outside of the invite so I made up my own look. What do you think? Beautiful isn't it?

Here is the inside of the invitation. I changed it a little where the RSVP holder is and the top of the invites. I also coloured in the flowers on the invites with a sponge dauber.

Here is a closer view of the RSVP card holder.

stamps- wedding sweet, to have and to hold
papers- chocolate chip, linen paper (non SU)
inks- close to cocoa, Versa Mark
accessories- big shot machine, elegant bouquet textured impression folder, clear and white embossing powder, kraft taffeta ribbon, eyelet border punch, sponge dauber

Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

Happy Stamping!


Candace Ruth said...

I love them! They are great!!! You can do mine for me when I get married. . . unfortunately that may never happen!! lol But seriously, those are amazing. Totally love them!!! :o)

Helen said...

They are gorgeous! Your sister is so lucky. Now I can't wait to see the favors. Welcome back! said...

Incredible invitation. Awesome embosing. Very stylish and impressive. Congratulations

Cindy Jenkins said...

These are did a wonderful job!!! What a blessing to your sister!

Irena said...

Gorgeous invitations.

Jeanette said...

Very fancy and looks like a ot of work.

Rita said...

I love what you did with your sister's invitations...looks so elegant Deanna! I'm sure she loved them. I love YOUR added spin to these, I think it added to the elegance of these beautiful should be VERY proud of yourself. Awesome job!