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Winter White Bridal Cards

Happy Sunday! Hope all is well for you and your family. Recently, I was asked to make a bridal shower card. Yippee! I love weddings and creating for that special time of life. Plus, it was a nice break from all the Christmas cards I have been working on. :)

I loved using this special pearlized paper I got earlier this year. Then, I placed it on a cream colored pearlized card stock. Also, used the pretty vellum paper on the outside and inside. I wish you could see how beautiful that floral vellum is. The ribbon was so pretty with this. It was the icing on the cake. Love how it all turned out.

So, take a look!

Love adding the floral vellum layer with the cream paper. The pic was better.

Then, I added this extra card for the customer. I had started working on this card months ago and never put a sentiment on it. Just didn't know what to do. Then, as I was working on this other card, inspiration hit and this stamp was the perfect fit and style. I was so happy to finally complete this one.

Love the matching pearlized envelope to match.

Hope you enjoyed checking these cards out. Thanks! Have a good day!


  1. Stunning cards, Kelly!!! Love them both - especially that shimmer specialty paper you used.. absolutely gorgeous!
    Sylvia xx

  2. Kelly: Your bridal cards are absolutely beautiful. You are definitely on a roll. So glad to know your cards are doing so well.

  3. I love winter white. Gorgeous design.

  4. These cards are beautiful Your designs are always inspiring! Many thanks for stopping by. Blessings, Amandax


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