Stamping Bella makes the girliest girl stamps ever. I just love them so when it came time to make a shower card for my future daughter-in-law, Cathy, I had to use one for her card. I used the Brigitte the Bride stamp from Stamping Bella.
Isn't she darling? This card was a lot of fun to make. I loved adding the embellishments and the bling! Here's an angled view so you can see the sparkle better.
Here's a closer view. I used Art Institute Sea Shell glitter over the top and bottom of her dress. It's the most transparent clear glitter that I've found and the Copic coloring showed through just as I'd hoped it would!
I enjoyed making this card so much that I made another one in pink.
I tried something new for adding color to the background. Instead of using Copics, I used the Ultramarine Blue Tint Pan Pastel and a Sofft Tool knife. I loaded up the knife, positioned it on the edge of the bride and pulled away. It looks very much like a Copic shadow background but was so much easier to do!!
Flower Soft really dressed up the bouquet...so pretty! My friends convinced me to use it and I'm glad that they did. I used pink and silver Flower Soft here.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a nice day :)
Stamp: Brigitte the Bride from Stamping Bella
Cardstock: Papertrey White, Stampin' Up Basic Gray, Bo Bunny yellow dot, Pink dot that I found at Joanne Fabrics, Stampin' Up Silver glitter card stock, vellum
Copics: Skin: E00, E11, E50 and R02. Dress: C00, C01, C02, C03
Miscellaneous: Pink & Silver Flower Soft, Ultramarine Tint Pan Pastel, Sofft Tool knive, gems, Sizzix label dies, Paper piercer, Art Institute Sea Shell glitter