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2016-06-06

Mixed Media Wedding Card by Georgie C


Weddings are perfect opportunity to let your creativity shine. This little mixed media card and box set is perfect - the box protects your card design, as well as give it plenty of room for your mixed media embellishments, so they can stand out from the page.


Papers and sentiments from 7 Dots Studio Messy Head collection are gorgeous and perfect to create that shabby feel, I love. The focal point is amazing and trendy Scrapiniec chipboard.



I often use cheesecloth to create some light and airy feel - new Art Stones from Finnabar are perfect addition and I have left them unpainted too, make everything lighter.



My fave way to start building the background is to use a stencil. So many ways and techniques but adding some glitter on top adds a sense of magic!



Hope you enjoyed today post, please see the video if you wish to watch my creative process.


Hugs
Georgie
xx

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8 comments:

  1. Again and again a beautiful project I'm in love Sweetie

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  2. Beautiful wedding card and box, Georgie! I love the glitter and those art stones! Magic! I'll be back to see the video when our internet is feeling better about itself! Hugs!

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  3. Wow! Seriously your design is superb. Weddings are known for its unique and extraordinary style, theme and the way of celebrating it. Indian wedding card is playing a very major role in this beautiful event. A few weeks ago, I purchased a lovely invitation from a well-known shop. Keep Blogging.

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  4. Such a beautiful card! Perfect balance between sweet and elegance, composition and style.... Xxx hugs

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  5. so beautiful and I enjoyed the video.

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  6. Wow! So Beautiful and I loved seeing the way you created it! Chrisx

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  7. I have been a wedding vender (Photographer) in the area for twenty five years and I have never been treated so well by a wedding venue like I was at this place. I am usually taken care of as a "last on the list" at venues, which I understand where the bride, groom and guest come first but the entire staff from the minute I walked in the door of NYC wedding venues treated me so well.

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