Ink Stamp Share Blog Hop: Celebration!

Hi Stampin' Friends! 

Welcome to July's Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop!  This month's theme is Celebration (anything except birthday).   I decided to create a wedding card with the Forever Blossoms stamp set to share today.

The background Blushing Bride layer was heat embossed with the large floral image.  I first put my stamp and paper in the Stamparatus.  After stamping and embossing I turned the paper 180 degrees and stamped again.  This gave me perfect symmetrical images.

The sentiment is also heat embossed and was then die cut with the Stitched So Sweetly Dies.  The flowers were die cut with the Cherry Blossoms Dies.  I added a small Champaign Rhinestone in the center of each flower.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog today.  I appreciate each and every visit!  I hope you have been inspired to stamp something today.  Don't forget to click on the 'Next' button below to see what Annette has created to share with you today.

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Happy Stampin!

Annette Elias

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  1. Beautiful Lisa, loving the heat embossing, really makes the card pop!

  2. This is so beautiful and elegant, gorgeous. Thank you for taking part x

  3. such a very pretty card, heat embossing is one of my favorite techniques

  4. Such a pretty Card Lisa, Thank you for sharing anf hopping with us this month

  5. That's so pretty. Perfect for the occasion.

  6. Beautiful card Lisa. Love the embossed flowers and the colour scheme


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