All things grow with love – wedding card


Today I have for you a wedding card – quite simple and perhaps not very wedding-y (no white lace!) but here it is.

I used a canvas cardstock as a card base as it adds a nice texture. I created the background with Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolours. This was the first time I used them and I fell in love. They’re so smooth and creamy and working with them was a pleasure even for such an amateur as myself.

I added some paint splotches to the card and then stamped the floral motive on a dried background with three shades of ink. I added sentiment and heat embossed it in silver. Then I embellished the card with some mini pearls and sequins.

Thanks for looking!

Handmade wedding card using stamping and watrcolours

Handmade wedding card using watercolour, stamping and heat embossing

Unusual wedding card

Hey! Today I show you the card I made for my friend’s wedding.

I knew my friend wouldn’t like a traditional card so I tried to do something a little bit different. I used a lot of  patterns but  not too many hearts and personalized the card with a date stamp.

handmade wedding card, unusual, untraditional

wedding card handmade, untraditional, unusual


  • cream card base
  • papers from Bo Bunny’s Vicki B. Collection + some leftover scraps
  • letter stickers from from We R Memory Keepers White Christmas scrapbook pad
  • My Mind’s Eye enamel dots
  • stamps: hearts  from Simon Says Stamp’s Sunnier Days set, arrow and rosette from My Mind’s Eye’s Ginger Pictures set, date: American Crafts’ Dear Lizzy Neapolitan date roller
  • inks: Hero Arts shadow mid-tone ink in Butter Bar and Memento in Gray Flannel
  • heart button