Homemade Wedding Cards With Botanical Builder Framelits

By | December 30, 2015

Homemade Wedding Cards - blog.Stamp4Joy.comI decided to create some homemade wedding cards using the Botanical Builder Framelits from the upcoming Occasions Catalog. They also come have a coordinating Botanical Blooms stamp set, but here I’ve just featured the framelits.  I absolutely love these and they’re quickly becoming one of my very favorite things from the catalog, which you’ll be able to order from beginning January 5th.

You’ll notice there’s very little stamping on this card.  I did pull the “LOVE” on the banner from the Crazy About You stamp set.  On the inside I grabbed the greeting from the retired Hostess-only stamp set Best Thoughts, which you can find for sale on my Retired Rubber Stamps page.

It’s always a challenge photographing my handmade card designs in a soft and Homemade Wedding Cards Inside - blog.Stamp4Joy.compale palette, so I hope you can appreciate it.  Trust me when I say it’s much prettier in person.

I’m excited about my new photography studio tool that makes taking great pictures so easy, too!  It’s brand new, and my son got it for me for Christmas.  Thank you!  If you sell your projects on Etsy or have any other reason to take photographs of your artwork or memorabilia, heirlooms, etc., you’re sure to love it.  I love mine!  Check it out for yourself!

12 thoughts on “Homemade Wedding Cards With Botanical Builder Framelits

  1. Judy Minton

    I’m fascinated with this card am a new stamper and trying to build my skill on card making. You have truly inspired me. Thanks you are the greatist on creativity.

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    1. rebecca Post author

      Oh, thank you so much, Judy! I’ve been doing this a long time, and trust me when I say they aren’t all masterpieces. 🙂 I am working on something that you might just be interested in, so if you haven’t already be sure to sign up for my newsletter http://www.stamp4joy.com/newsletter-signup.html.

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  2. Bizet

    Hi
    Your card is very beautifull !
    But have you use thé songe dobber or the aqua painter ?
    Thanks for your ans er
    Sorry but I am à French woman
    Best wishies
    Liliane

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    1. rebecca Post author

      Hi Liliane! I used Sponge Daubers on the flowers, not the Aqua Painter. I have a video tutorial showing how to do it at Papercrafts Toolbox. Thanks for the question!

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    1. rebecca Post author

      Thanks so much, Annette! Still waiting on an occasion where I can actually use a handmade wedding card. 🙂

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  3. Sibylle

    I love your gorgeous card. What a great idea to use this color pallet with the framelits for a wedding theme.

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