Weddings can be times of great joy. This wedding card inspired by traditions from India is a brightly colored card using a flower mandala as its centerpiece in marigold colors.
The marigold petals are three die-cut layers using the free die set from Die-cutting Essentials Issue 78.
To create the card base, I used a 7-inch tall by 12 inches wide piece of double-sided cardstock. The piece is scored and folded at 1 inch, 3 ½ inches, 8 ½ inches and 11 inches.
The inside sentiment was printed digitally onto printable 8 1/2 x 11 inch vellum and adhered with glue dots.
For the final decoration Nuvo drops were added onto the card front and the flower center.
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- Pretty Layering petals from Die-cutting Essentials Issue 78 June 2021
- Unknown brand cabbage rose clear stamp possibly from an advent calendar box from Craft Stash
- Vintage Drops – Post Box Red and Yellow Brick Road
- Crystal Drops – Bright Gold and Red Berry
- First Edition 12×12 Storyteller paper pad
- Printable vellum
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Such pretty bright colors…something unusual for a wedding card. Nice!
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