Guest Designer – Sandie Lobbezoo

IMG_20170601_173425bTime for another guest design post! Today we’re privileged to have Sandie from Sandie’s Card Garden sharing her talent with us! Sandie created a gorgeous wedding day card with so many beautiful details! I just can’t stop looking at this one – so pretty!

IMG_20170601_174431Here’s what Sandie says about how she put her card together:

My hubby and I recently attended the wedding of a young relative so I had to make a special card, of course! I really enjoy making weddingcards because I have the perfect excuse for frills and flowers and elegance! ( I actually kept this one kinda tame.)

To create this card I chose some pale pastel card stock called “Boogie Board” from Bazzill Basics Paper and I punched the Martha Stewart “Doily Lace” borders from both the pale blue and the ivory. The embossed layer was created using a Cuttlebug folder called “Poppy” by Anna Griffin (one of my very favorites!) The sentiment, a Bildmalarna stamp, is stamped in Memento “London Fog” dye ink and die cut using the Spellbinders “Labels 20” die. The flowers and leaves are a combination of four punches: McGill “Birch Leaf” and “Star Flower”, and  Martha Stewart “Flower” and “Frond”. I like to “cup” the flowers a bit so I used my McGill shaping tools and mat. The final “tweaks” are the Ranger Stickles “Star Dust”, Doodlebug Designs “Sprinkles” glitter dots, and lightly sponged color on the die cut. For that I used one of my many Tsukineko sponge daubers (another favorite!). Many of these products are available at the CropStop shop!”

Now it’s your turn to share the projects (CURRENT CHALLENGE LINK) you’ve been working on! As always, Anything Goes as long as you use some products from companies Cropstop carries in the store!



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2 Responses to Guest Designer – Sandie Lobbezoo

  1. Becca Yahrling says:

    This is beautiful! Gorgeous colors. Love the doily lace borders.

  2. beautiful, love the softness and the shimmer you added to the flowers, lovely layers of borders!

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