Wedding Bell Card:
- HCPC 3398 Bella Rose Wedding Pre Cut Set
- HCD 713 Decorative Lace Border Die
- Eyelet Circle Nestabilities.
- Circle Nestabilities
- Grand Calibur
- Cardstock: Blush Blossom (SU), Peach, Pink (LSS)
- Paper: Butterfly Garden Collection (Pink Paislee)
- Copic Markers: Y13, Y15, Y21, YR000, E21, YG95, V01, R02, 0
- Accessories: Sewing machine, Sponges, Foam tape, Pink Ribbon, Pearls, Star Dust Stickles.
- Make card base from Pink Cardstock. 5.25" Square card.
- Cut a piece of Blush Blossom CS (5" square). Cut a piece of Patterned Paper (4.75" square), ink all edges, add it to previous piece and add stitches.
- Tie on ribbon and adhere it to card.
- Die-cut HCD 713 Decorative Lace Border Diein Peach CS. Cut out bottom part and adhere it to card.
- Die-cut a piece of Blush Blossom CS using Eyelet Circle Nestabilities, ink all edges.
- Stamp Bell on White CS in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink, color image with Copic Markers. Cut out bottom part of image, die-cut rest of image using Circle Nestabilities. Adhereit to Eyelet Circle piece and adhere it to card.
- Add Pearls and Stickles to image.
Now, let me show you the shoes I have created:
Baby Shoes: For this shoes I used the smallest flower dies from Posy Patch Dies. I stamped them on White CS in Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. I curled the petal up, added some Glitter and Bright Pink Rhinestone.
For the shoes I started them on White CS, I stamped the Rosebud Images in Versamark Ink and added Clear embossing powder, then I sponged Worn Lipstick Ink all over the template. I finished the shoe with a White flower brad and some Pink Ribbon.
The template can be found HERE
Elegant Shoes: I have a second pair of shoes, you can find the template and instructions HERE. For these shoes I used Something Borrowed Patterned Paper by GCD Studios. The flowers are from Flora Grande 1 & 2 Sets. I stamped the flowers in London Fog CS and Ink. I added Silver Glitter to all the edges, I added a Gold Brad and adhere them to the shoe, I also added some pretty Lilac/blue ribbon.
Now, take your ballerina shoes and dance over to Lisa Lynne's blog and enjoy her beautiful creations!!
Hope you like my projects!