Homemade Wedding Cards
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Homemade wedding cards! Well, I had to make one wedding congratulations card fast.

My mom and I were invited to a wedding dinner. The groom was the son of my mother's best friend.

Usually, we give cash in a red packet. But because I make my own cards, people expect a homemade card from me whatever the occasion.

So a homemade wedding card it was.

Congratulations!

Wishing you

a lifetime

of

happiness.

And this is what I did.

I did not have any wedding stamps and didn't have time to create a wedding image so I chose something lovely, cute and simple from my collection of rubber stamps.

homemade wedding card/Wedding Congratulations Card



Cool! Right? Well, it's definitely a very simple card and quick to make too.

Here are the supplies needed and detail instructions.

Even if you don't have the stamp, use another appropriate one for the occasion. Or use a computer printout image. (Be very careful when you color though. Inkjet printer ink might be washed out so use color pencils or crayons instead.)


Tips: Remember to sign your card. Stamp a small image behind (back of card) and sign your name or initial under the stamped image and if you like, date it too. Be proud of your creation.


Wedding Card Making Supplies

  • Off-white metallic cardstock (A5 size)
  • Rubber Stamps: Hedgehog Stroll (1728F) by Penny Black Rubber Stamp and "CONGRATULATION!" (Unknown)
  • Black Stazon Inkpad
  • Marvy Brush Markers
  • Palette
  • Water

Wedding Card Making Instructions

wedding card/Making Wedding Card
  • Score cardstock and fold to make a blank basic card.
  • Ink the Penny Black rubber stamp with black inkpad and stamp onto front of metallic card.
  • Stamp the word 'CONGRATULATION!' below the image.
  • Stroke markers on the palette to form color pools of your chosen colors.
using markers/Markers on Palette
  • Wet a brush and pick up color from the color pools on the palette.
  • Apply color to the stamped image with the brush.

PS: My card was made at the last minute but if you have time, you can and should add the followings: Apply glitter glue to the flowers. Tie a thin gold string on the fold. Print inside message on vellum or stamp a message if your have the appropriate message stamp. Insert into the card and tie with a gold string. 


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