Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Wedding Congrats

I have to say I do love the look of sequins but hate the hassle of them. If anyone has a tip or adhesive recommendation I am open to suggestions. Currently I am using Claudine Helmuth Multi Medium that squirts out too much at a time making the whole experience feel uncontrollable. The medium dries relatively clear and unseen by the everyday person but I can see it which kind of bugs me. I feel like if I could control the amount of Multi Medium that comes out then I could control the amount that dries with a raised finish. Do you think I have control issues? 

Anyway back to my wedding card. 

The background stamp by Hero Arts is stamped with Versa. Mark ink and heat embossed with myStamp Box gold embossing powder. I cut it down and matted it onto a piece of gold-ish yellow patterned paper. If I had to guess the manufacturer for the DP I would say K and Co. It's really pretty which is a shame that I covered it up. The dry embossed bride and groom is an embossing folder by Darice and it's matted onto a piece of gold cardstock (unknown). The sequins are from Joann's which are sold in a single strip. The sentiment was generated by the computer and printed out onto Recollections white cardstock. The flower in the corner is a sticker by Martha Stewart.

Thanks for looking.

1 comment:

  1. Pretty wedding card - sequins are fiddly. Some people swear by glossy accents for sticking things!


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