A Special Wedding Card

Next month, my nephew is getting married. He and his bride are fans of all things steampunk. Now this is a style which I was only vaguely familiar with, but now quite know a lot about. I had heaps of fun putting together a design for their card and I do hope they like it. I also hope they don’t visit my blog as I would hate to spoil the surprise.

Here is the card:


The card started with the use of a retired SU die, the pop up dress form. I followed a tutorial by Karen Burniston to use the die to make a double width dress form.

The elements in this card are largely no longer available but I did use the Geared Up Garage Stamps and Dies liberally and some retired DSP called Well Worn. Other elements include a beer can, cut up, textured and heat embossed with various metallics to create the bride’s dress; tulle; gold coloured pearls, and the groom’s family tartan for his kilt.

I decorated the front of the card using a number of elements including diecuts, DSP, corrogation, copper brads and the retired SU Birds and Blooms Dies, lots of tearing and sponging, and, again, Geared Up Garage stamps and Dies. The heart is from the retired Sunshine Wishes Dies and the larger butterfly was punched using the Butterfly Duet punch. I largely cased the design of the front of the card from a swap I received from Linda Tan at Onstage in Auckland earlier this year. Thanks so much for the inspiration, Linda!


And Lastly, the envelope, made with the Envelope Punch Board and stamped in Soft Suede with many assorted stamps, a bit more of the beer can and a piece of shrapnel I picked up from a car yard’s waste.


I would love to know what you think of this card and am happy to answer any questions you might have.

Although most of the products are retired and/or from my stash, the Geared Up Garage Stamps and Dies and the Butterfly Duet punch are available in my online shop  here. If you live in Australia and don’t already have a Demonstrator, I would love to be your Demonstrator. All you need to place an order is a credit/debit card and an address. Your order will be shipped directly to you, anywhere in Australia.

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Thanks for stopping by today………………………………………………till next time,

Netty xx

Wedding Card

Welcome back to my blog. I made this card for a friend of my son who got married last Friday. My son was part of the wedding party and has been friends with the groom since their school days.


I pretty much copied the card from Terri Gaines. You can see her card here

I thought this card was so pretty. I used the following Supplies:

Stamp Set: First Frost

Dies: Frosted Bouquet Framelits

Cardstock: Frosted Floral Specialty DSP,
Shimmery White,
Smokey Slate,
Silver Foil

Tools: Subtle Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder

Embellishments: retired White Ribbon and Silver Twine

This stamp set and the coordinating dies are lovely, and so versatile; they can be used to create cards for so many occasions; Christmas, birthday, wedding, sympathy, get well or congratulations. They were introduced in the 2018 Holiday catalogue, but have been carried over, so are still available.

If you’re in Australia, I’d love to be your demonstrator and you can purchase the products listed above in my online store. The link is in the “Shopping” pull down menu in the Header at the top of this page. You can always contact me if you need any help.

Enjoy the rest of your evening. Come back soon.

Netty xx