Sunday, 13 July 2014

It's that time of year...............weddings, one stamp? BOTH

Hi it's Clare here with a little bit of crafty inspiration for the One Stamp Project.

Getting into the frame of mind for the One Stamp Project I took it upon myself for a little practise and used the Walesby heart to create my wedding themed card.

For this card I used

I wanted to keep the card clean and simple so not a lot of ink involved here.  I stamped the plain form onto some hammered card stock, then I stamped the patterned form onto a separate piece of card and used Oak House Studio silver detail embossing powder.  I stamped the small Walesby heart 6 times and cut out with my die cutting machine.  I then placed the bodice onto the card and carefully arranged the hearts to form the wedding dress.  For the sentiment I stamped the congratulations stamp and embossed with the silver detail embossing powder.  Finally I trimmed with ribbon and gems.

I am so excited to see what everyone is going to make with their one stamp.  I look forward to seeing your wonderful creations at the weekend.

Lynnda has decided that the next challenge will be all about weddings and it's well worth an entry as the prize is an outstanding £40.00 worth of Oak House Studio goodies! New Challenge starts on Monday.

Happy crafting,

Clare x x x x 

Congratulations from the script sentiment stamps


Rebecca Vowles said...

This is absolutely gorgeous, I'm sure the people who's wedding I attended yesterday would have loved it!

Roselass55 said...

Well done Clare, I love the clean and simple look and the dress looks fantastic.

gillnstu said...

gorgeous card, love the elegant simplicity xxx

Liz said...

Clever way of using the stamp. Very elegant card. x

patrice said...

Very classy !! Like the silver on white xx

Elaine said...

A brilliant card - I'm sure anyone would love receiving this!

rachel said...

oh this is clever - what a brilliant use of the stamp - love it xx

Sylv said...

Gorgeous card Clare, love the heart used for the wedding dress xx

Cazzy said...

You are so clever Clare, it is stunning!