Ruby’s Bridal Shower Blog Hop

 

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I’m so thrilled to be joining Ruby’s Bridal Shower blog hop!  If you haven’t heard the news, the big day happened on Saturday, September 24th.

We’ve rounded up a bunch of crafty friends to celebrate, papercrafter style!  Before you hop around, here are a  couple words from the blushing bride:

“Steve and I are very excited about starting a new life together. We look forward to beautiful memories in a new home and lots of adventures overall. We are grateful for the support and love from our family and friends. My heart is full, and I truly feel so blessed and loved. :)”



Let me show you the card I created to celebrate Ruby’s big day!
For this card, I used Stamping Bella’s Closeups “I Do” stamp set. I colored the image with Copic Markers and added some bling and sparkles!
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– I started the card by stamping the image form Stamping Bella’s Closeups “I Do” stamp set on a Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored the image with Copic Markers and die cut the image using the third largest die from the Memory Box Stitched Square dies. I also heat embossed the edges with Wow Silver Super Fine Embossing powder.
– I die cut 2 more squares, one out of We R Memory Keepers dotted acetate and other out of a AC silver glitter cardstock, using the second largest stitched square die from the same set.
– I stamped the MFT’s Bold Diagonal Stripes Background stamp set on the Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock (trimmed slightly smaller than A2 size) in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I stamped the image multiple times using the MISTI to make sure the stripes are bold and crisp. I also added silver stripes and dots with the silver gel pen and T-ruler. Then I embossed the edges withWow Silver Super Fine Embossing powder. I adhered the panel on to a A2 sized black card base.
– I die cut the “twine” out of silver glitter cardstock using Pretty Pink Posh’s Twine and Bows Dies and adhered it on the left side of the card. Then, I adhered the silver glitter square, polka-dot acetate square, silver embroidery thread, and the main panel onto the card. The main panel is propped up with black fun foam on the back.
– I stamped the sentiment on the black cardstock in Versamark ink, heat embossed with Wow White Super Fine embossing powder, trimmed it down to a strip, and adhered it on the card.
– I added some heart die cuts and shimmers here and there with the Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle pen. Then I added some silver dots with gel pen and Glossy Accents here and there.
– I finished the card off by adhering some gems and Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.

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Message to the new bride and groom: 
Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Ianigro!!! I wish your new life is filled with love, blessings, and happiness! Hugs! ❤ 


Here is the complete line up of Ruby’s Bridal Blog Hop!


We’re thrilled to be offering up a couple prizes:

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Mama Elephant $25 Gift Card

Winnie & Walter $30 Gift Card

Kennedy Grace Creations $20 Gift Card

Winners will be selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop!  Commenting will close on Saturday, October 22 at 11:59 pm pacific.  Winners will be posted on Amy’s blog on Sunday, October 23rd.

 



 

Thank you so much for celebrating Ruby’s bridal shower with us! Have a wonderful day!

Hugs,

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110 thoughts on “Ruby’s Bridal Shower Blog Hop

  1. Wow!! This is gorgeous!! I love the colors you used and the detail you added to the bow, the shading to the suit and the layers on the card itself. Amazing! Ruby is so lucky to have wonderful and caring friends/bloggers like you and others in this hop!

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