My sweet MIL asked me to make her wedding invitations and I'm so incredibly honored that she would ask little old me. The order was simple enough, only 30 invites, but you know me and all my crazy embellishments. So I made this task a wee bit more time consuming than I was planning on, but I LOVE the result!
I've been dying to use this little watercolor flower stamp from Hero Arts set called Watercolor Petals and it works so nicely as a little watermark image behind the script. I printed the invitation on Neenah Natural White cardstock and then ran the panel through my Cuttlebug with a Curved Rectangles Mega Nestabilities and added little leaves and flowers to the corners. Can't forget my favorite clear rhinestones either! I was going to run the invitation through the Cuttlebug one more time with the embossing mats, but then came to my senses - 60 times through that thing might have sent me over the edge - hahaha!
Alright, enough chit-chat! I've got to finish up the coordinating RSVP cards and get these in the mail today before the post office closes.
Have a wonderful Friday!
stamps: watercolor petals (hero arts), summer afternoon (taylored expressions)
paper: perfect plum, pale plum, certainly celery, old olive, neenah natural white cardstock
ink: elegant eggplant, pale plum
accessories: 5 petal punch (ek success), leaves cut-out (silhouette), clear rhinestones (paper studio), curved rectangle mega nestabilities (spellbinders)fonts: blackjack, century gothic