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New Wedding Cards

I love weddings and enjoyed making these new cards. I guess I am a sucker for a beautiful love story. :) Our new "I DO" Collection cards are amazing. Last month while we were on vacation, we went to this art store. They had these poster size sheets of exotic patterned paper from India. These papers were handmade and so unique. So when I saw this pearlized cream colored floral paper, I had to have it. Plus I got another one that I haven't used yet that looks and feels like sheer fabric but it is paper! I can't wait to use it.

Our new collection will come with a beautiful sheer organza envelope or draw string pouch. Since we believe our cards are a gift, they should be presented like it. Don't you think? We can even present the card in a gift box.

These cards are only $8.00 plus S&H and can be purchased on our Etsy Shop. If you would like a personalized touch, for an additional fee, we can print your expressions on the inside and even a picture or two. This would make this gift extra memorable.

Here are a few pictures. I wish you could see them in person. The pictures don't do them justice. :)

Used Webster's Pages journal card, vellum paper for the printed sentiment, bling square and hand cut flowers.

Used cream tulle, Webster's pages journal card that says, "Cherish All The Moments of Our Lives."

Thanks for coming to see my new cards. I hope they put an ohhhh and awwww in your mouth. :) Have a terrific day!


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