Mittwoch, 19. April 2017

Blog Hop Stamp Impressions- let's get married!

Hallo! Hello ! Goedemorgen! Bonjour!

It is International Blog hop time again!
This month, we want to give you some wedding inspirations, either if you are getting married 
or if you need a congratulations card for a wedding ..
You might be coming from Eva's Blog

Well now is the time to show you a few samples of how the wedding invitation could look like?

The little goodie in the front could be a goodie on the table for every guest. it is made of a strip of 8 by 12 cm rolled together, and with Tear and Tape you glue the 1 cm on the 8cm, then add a staple, fill the goodie inside and  TWIST the upper part in the opposite direction, add some ribbon and a flower with a staple, then hide the staple under an embellishment.

A  quite simple card, with a wonderful designer paper peaking out behind the vellum, and I Love this lace trim!!

I made the card with the help of the Big Shot to make the beautiful flower pattern.

The goodie is made of a 10 by 15cm strip of white paper, first stamp the flowers on it, then add some tear and tape to the 15cm side and stick it to the one cm so you get a kind of roll. Put some Tape in the Bottom side of the "Roll", stick it together. Now twist the upside of the package in the opposite direction so you get a sourcream container. The decoration on the goodie was made with the Big shot, it is featured in the set (für immer, amour fou, so in love), these bundles are retiring so if you like this, you better get it before it is sold out!!

The following card is one that I actually made with a bride. The words: "Forever" are very personal to them, so we heat embossed those in white and then cut it with an oval die from the stitched framelits.

The background is embossed, the lace is stuck behind the background. We made Thirthy-five of these cards in nearly three hours and we were three persons, two of them quite first-time stampers, so you can do it too!!

This could be an easy but very nice greeting card, I made a picture of the Materials I used for this card.

How about a floral card?

This card could be made in any colour you want, according to the flower. The card is tied together with lace, so you could put some money inside.

If you would like to give a Plant for a wedding or need a table decoration, look at this Step-by-Step manual (available in German, French and dutch)

You could also make a floral crown with paper and real flowers for the bridesmaids? Have a look on for a step-by-step Manual

This crown was made in autumnal colors and completely with paper flowers and doilies

I hope you have some time left so you can hop further to Martina and get some more inspirations!
hope to see you back soon!
Creative greetings,
your Fanny 

I have added a translator to the blog, but as you know, it sometimes writes very weird stuff, so if you can't find out what I was saying, just leave me a comment and I will sort it out with you!
Es gibt jetzt ein Übersetzungsbutton aber ohne gewähr... bitte hinterlässt mir einen Kommentar falls Ihr weitere Hilfe braucht!
Ik heb een vertaalbutton op mijn blog, maar als die iets raars schrijft, aarzel nie me een kommentaar te laten dan help ik je wel verder!
J'ai mis un bouton de traduction, mais parfois c'est nulle alors laissez moi un commentaire comme ca je pourrais vous aider!

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