Stampers Dozen Blog Hop – I Do!

May 15, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Before I share my card for today, I wanted to share a photo from our Stampin’ Up! Caribbean cruise last week – there were 10 of us from our blog hop on the ship –  we met after the general session and swapped and had a photo taken!  You can see Pam Morgan of Stampin’ Up! photo-bombing us!  She had just demonstrated for all of us and was cleaning up – – we asked her to be a part of our photo – – and she was kind enough to oblige!!  LOL!

Now onto my card!

I decided to make a square shaped card – it is 4 1/2 x 4 1/2.  Normally when I attend a wedding, I will take a card with a check or gift card inside for the bride and groom.  I thought this shape would be a little bit different than other cards they would receive.

 I also made a coordinating envelope to match – since this card was going to be hand delivered, and not mailed, I could dress it up a bit! 

The envelope was created using the Envelope Punch Board – have you tried this yet? It makes about 60 different sized envelopes – it is so easy to use!  I used Sahara Sand card stock for the base of the envelope and then added a piece of Gold Vellum and a paper doily, some gold bakers twine.  The Mr. and Mrs. stamp is from the Label Love stamp set and has a coordinating punch.  
Most of the supplies used on my project are pictured below – click on any of the images to be taken to my online store.  
Our next stop on the hop is
Carol Payne’s blog! 
Click below to see what she has created today!

Or if you would like to go back to Josee’s blog, please click below:

Thanks so much for “hopping” by today!  I hope you will visit again soon!


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