Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Avonlea Anniversary Invite using Artiste!


In the Idea Book, the Avonlea papers are featured with everyday/family artwork, but I saw elegant/wedding in these papers right away - maybe it was the Avonlea Off-White and Slate colors that sparked that image.

Here is a Wedding Anniversary invite I made using the Artiste card found on page 44 of the handbook. It has a coordinating wrap-around envelope that goes with it too!

I used one of my favorite stamps on this card called Pirouette
I stamped with our VersaMark ink, sprinkled with a little Silver Embossing Powder and heat set the images with our craft heater. Simple, but beautiful!

Here is a frame I used to feature a vintage photo of the bride and groom along with an anniversary memento. 

I used the same technique as on the invite, but added a metal accent from the Brocade Assortment with a ribbon bow and Rhinestone Brad on top!

Back with more artwork tomorrow!

4 comments:

  1. Wedding cards makes the first impression over our relatives and friends.People imagine and assumes different things about marriage by wedding cards designs.

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    1. That's very true! And it's a big deal to the bride/groom to reflect their style and sentiment! :o)

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  2. These invitations really look fantastic. Thanks for posting the blog and images.

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    1. Thank you and thanks for stopping by Rahul!

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