Quite some time ago I was checking out one of my favorite blogs, Twig & Thistle, and came across this post. I was very intrigued by the color combination of yellow and gray, especially for a wedding. Well, it must have really stuck with me, because I remembered it the other day and used it as inspiration for this card. I love gray, in general. It can really step up a project and turn it into something unexpected when you use it instead of white or cream. I got the chance to play with my new Large Scalloped Border die from Papertrey Ink. Can I just say...I love it! It cuts like buttah, really, it does. And I love the size of this die; it fills a gap in my scallop border collection. Now, finally, to finish off the card, I added Lemon Tart grosgrain ribbon and some clear pearls in the center of the flowers:
If you've never tried this color combination, you should! You might be surprised at how elegant your card can become! And if you do, make sure to link me so that I can see what you make! Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and have a great week!
Stamps: Year of Flowers: Violets (PTI)
Ink: Smokey Shadow (PTI)
Paper: Soft Stone, Stamper's Select White, Smokey Shadow, Lemon Tart (PTI)
Other: Large Scalloped Border die (PTI), Lemon Tart grosgrain ribbon (PTI), Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers), clear pearls, long classic rectangle die (Spellbinders), Smokey Shadow Copic Color Collection (PTI)