Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Stampin' Up! Meant to Be Mosaic Mood Wedding Card

Hello! That's safer than saying good morning when it seems like most people are getting my posts at night...lol. I changed a setting so let me know if something changed for you.

I was asked to make another wedding card so since I had my Meant to Be Stamp Set and Stitched Be Mine Dies out I created a card similar to the one I posted here.

My inspiration came from the Retro Rubber Challenge Blog
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Thank you, Jan. I love Tic Tac Toe challenges. I have gone down the left column with Mosaic Mood Designer Series Paper, romance and a Terracotta Tile Faceted Dot.

I'm pretty sure the Meant to Be heart stamp was new last year as was the Botanical Bliss stamped sentiment. But, just in case they are not quite a year old, the inside sentiment IS! This meaningful sentiment is from the 2008 God's Blessings Stamp Set.

My card base is Cajun Craze with a 4" x 5 1/4" piece of Mosaic Mood DSP adhered to it. Before I did that, I cut the heart out of the center with dies from the Stitched Be Mine Dies. 

I adhered a piece of retired Delightfully Detailed Laser Cut paper to a mat of Grapefruit Grove Foil that was free during 2019 Sale-A-Bration. Those measured 3 3/4" x 5".

I stamped the heart in Cajun Craze on a scrap of Whisper White, colored the leaves with my Mossy Meadow Stampin' Write Marker, and die cut it with the aforementioned dies after I had stamped the "Best Wishes" from the Botanical Bliss Stamp Set.

The outer heart is glued flat to the card front and the inner heart is affixed with Dimensionals. Then the faceted dot was adhered.

I had a scrap of the patterned paper so I added that to the bottom of the inside panel. The sentiment is stamped in Terracotta Tile as my Cajun Craze pad was a little too dry.

The wedding takes place in September so the buyer just asked for colors that represent fall. I think these rust colors are perfect!

Thank you so much for stopping by this morning, this afternoon or this evening!

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  1. pretty card! STill coming with time stamp 6:55 p.m.

    1. Now I've changed the time to Toronto. Hope that makes a difference!

  2. Pretty background designer paper background and the lacy overlay is perfect for a wedding card. :)

  3. How pretty! That delicate card front is gorgeous over the colorful background. And I LOVE that inside sentiment! :)

  4. So glad you enjoy the tic-tac-toe challenges, Karen! I like making them. :-)
    Your Grapefruit Grove foil fooled me completely - I was looking to see how you'd created the rainbow background! Jolly tricky to photograph metallics, isn't it? I'll bet it's really pretty in real life. Thanks for playing along with us again at Retro Rubber Challenge.

    1. Thank you so much for leaving a comment, Jan. Yes, it's very tricky photographing the foils!

  5. This Wedding card is gorgeous, love the intense colors under that pretty die cut, the rainbow effect of the Grapefuit Grove foil paper is lovely.
    Thank you for sharing with us at RETRO RUBBER.

    1. Thank you so much for leaving a comment on behalf of RR, Maria. I hope the buyer was not disappointed that there really was no rainbow!

  6. Very pretty, Karen! I remember that sentiment on the inside, I still use it...a lot! Thanks for sharing this with us at Retro Rubber this week!

  7. SO Pretty, I love that beautiful background, softened by the cover plate die. Thanks for playing with us this time at Retro Rubber. Claire DT

  8. Wow, what a great wedding card! Wonderful card for our Tic Tac Toe Challenge. Thanks for joining us!

  9. Lovely colourful background for the pretty leafy die cut, beautiful card!


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