Here's a quick 30 minute card for one of my co-workers who is getting married this weekend!
I used Kazan's sketch #59 over at 2 Sketches 4 You. Use your imagination & you'll see it - lol
I loved this paper the moment I saw it & it just screams 'wedding' to me! Unfortunately it's retired... [sigh]. I used the corner rounder punch on the top of each cake layer. The ribbon is Kraft, also retired Stampin' Up!. For the bottom 2 layers, I cut & border punched the blue first. Then I punched the white and lined it up where I wanted the scallops to fall, then marked each side where I needed to trim. The sentiment is stamped in Crumb Cake (Kraft) just under the bottom layer - I didn't want it to be very prominent. Some cards are so "art~like" to me, I hate to mess them up with sentiments! I went to the sewing store over the weekend and bought this dainty lace trim which I tucked under the bottom layer so it only pokes out a little. Sorta like a slip - lol! Let's hope the bride's slip doesn't show on Saturday!
Bye for now...
CARDSTOCK: Stampin' Up! - Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake (Kraft), Whisper White
PAPERS: Stampin' Up! - Parisian Breeze Specialty
STAMPS: Stampin' Up! - Teeny Tiny Wishes
ACCESSORIES: Stampin' Up! - Kraft ribbon & pearls, Primas
TOOLS: Martha Stewart - Pinking Scallop edge punch, Cuttlebug - Textile Texture EF