Another wedding and another card made using the invitation.  I love doing this.  It seems to me that the bride will surely like the card if it is made with the very paper and colors that she picked out.. no?  This particular invitation was made with an irresistibly beautiful and shimmery card stock, too, which made it all the more fun.

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The invitation was cut to size for the black card base.  A decorative corner punch was used on the two top corners, and a couple of scored lines were made below the image.  Paper was pierced with an Ornare’s piercing tool and template.  The bottom border is punched with Martha Stewart’s “Garden Trellis” Deep Edger Punch.

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Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend.  One of my sons (my twin granddaughters’ dad) and his wife that live in Las Vegas went to “Penn and Teller” on Saturday.  Well my son was called up on stage to “help” Penn and Teller with one of their magic tricks.  Now how cool is that!

Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: Artful Inkables’ “Wedding Silhouettes”

Papers: Basic Black and Wedding Invitation

Inks: Memento’s “Tuxedo Black”

Accessories: Martha Stewart’s “Garden Trellis” Deep Edger Punch; Ornare’s piercing tool and template; Silk Ribbon; Fiscar’s “Heritage” Corner Punch; Rhinestone

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