Wine Stamp – 50th Wedding Anniversary Card


Today`s sample is made using the wonderful wine stamps – designed by the talented florafinity  – this is a very versatile set as I found out looking at all the different samples when it was launched on Create & Craft earlier this month

The design is printed onto parchment  using halo embossing powder and then I stamped the image with silver onto heat resistant acetate –  cut out the glass and on the reverse I used crystal lacquer to give the effect of champagne

All matted onto tapestry card and gold mirri then onto a white base card –  I have added a sentiment and a mullberry flower – then some organza ribbon

I thought it would make a nice different 50th Anniversary card especially for the wine lovers

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On the advice page are all the details of how you could win this card below as well as a parcel of craft goodies too – so have a go and leave a question on the advise page

Suzanne

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11 thoughts on “Wine Stamp – 50th Wedding Anniversary Card

  1. Absolutely beautiful Suzanne….I love it! For wine lovers or not it’s a wonderful card for a golden wedding and I suppose you could change the colour to red for a ruby wedding. Thank you for the inspiration for OH’s ruby anniversary card in October! (although he’s not in my good books at the moment so it may be a bought one! )

    love Sheila xx

  2. A beautiful card Suzanne 🙂 You have me wondering though how you have matted and layered the parchment and acetate without any glue being visible. What did you use please ? 🙂
    Hugs
    Jenny M
    xx

  3. Thanks all
    Jenny the way they are attached is the vellum has 3mm tape under the gold line – top and bottom of the vellum and then attached around the back with tape – the acetate is just attched with silicone glue behind the crystal laquer

    Hope that helps
    Suzanne

  4. Thanks Suzanne I can see how you’ve done it now and its an ingenious way of doing the vellum under that little gold strip 🙂 A brilliant tip for other cards 🙂
    Jenny M xx

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