Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Wedding Wednesday. FMS103

Seems like I've been doing a lot of Wedding related projects lately.  I decided to save them for Wednesdays for the near future.  Check back next Wednesday for something else wedding related.

My Hubby and I missed an out of town wedding last weekend so this card will be on it's way 
to the Newlyweds.

Its so fun for me to CREATE wedding cards to fit the theme of the wedding.
This was my inspiration.

The invitation was very simple, sleek and modern.

Freshly Made Sketch 103 was very simple too.  It was a perfect sketch for me to use.

The Mr. & Mrs. came from My Digital Studio ( MDS )  Do you remember it from a previous post?. (You can check it out HERE)

A little dimension from the Chevron embossing folder and some Basic Jewel Pearls.

 The inside leaves plenty of space for a personal message and a place to slip a check.
Do you want to guess where the check goes?
The inner Melon Mambo layer is NOT attached on the right side.  This leaves a pocket to slip the check into.  It's so nice to know someone will be able to open the card with out anything fluttering out and floating to the ground.

If you follow my blog (if you don't you should ;-), you know I often make extra large cards like this one.  It's 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"   A whole sheet of Card Stock folded in half.  I reached for a large envelope and OPPS!  I was OUT of Whisper White.  


This new Envelope Punch Board was released on September 1st! 
I just LOVE it!  
Watch the video and see how easy it is to make an envelope.
I did just that with a sheet of DSP

 Stampin' Up! Supplies:
  • STAMPS: One in a Million (c 126382) or (w 126380),  MDS (130646) or FREE TRIAL  (MDS Free for 30 days) (130910)
  • PAPER: Whisper White,  Melon Mambo, Crumb Cake,  Brights Designer Series Paper Pack (130134)
  • INK: Jet Black Stazon (101406)
  • TOOLS: MDS, Chevron Textured Embossing Folder (127749)
  • ACCESSORIES and EMBELLISHMENTS: Envelope Punch Board (133774)  Pearl Basic Jewels (119246)
  Make it 




  1. I love this! It's so simple and elegant and how nice that you matched the colors of the invitation. And I'll definitely remember your idea about the inside of the card and where to put the check! What a great idea! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  2. Thanks Jen! Both of those things are reasons I love creating custom cards..Hard to duplicate that in a card you'd find on the shelf!