Elegant Pearls

A friend of mine (from college days) is getting married this month, so I wanted to create a somewhat simple/somewhat elegant looking card to send her.  Since it’s fall, I used a deep coral colored cardstock as my main color and added paper lace, ribbon, and pearls.

To create my card I:

  • Scored a piece of coral cardstock diagonally every 3/4 of an inch
  • Squeezed out a drop of liquid pearls (white opal) on each intersecting score line
  • Distressed the edges and added it to a piece of kraft cardstock
  • Punched a wide piece of paper lace with my Martha Stewart deep edge punch
  • Tied a beautiful bow using  ruffle edge white sheer ribbon
  • A die cut sentiment from Echo Park finishes off the front
  • Inside I added another piece of punched lace and a Stampin up sentiment in Walnut Stain Distress Oxide

There’s still two days left in our CURRENT LINK PARTY so be sure to stop by and showoff any projects you’ve created that use products from companies Cropstop carries in the store!

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2 Responses to Elegant Pearls

  1. Well, isn’t that pretty! I love your liquid pearl drops! What a steady hand you have–each one is so perfect!

  2. the pearls look great on the embossing, love how you used the big bold border

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