Saturday, March 6, 2010

In a Pinch Bride & Groom


Happy Saturday!

So, have you been to Lauren Meader's blog or on-line store lately? I love to create 3-D projects and she offers some great templates. The one I used for this project is called In a Pinch. Wouldn't these be awesome wedding favors?

First, the groom. I used The Paper Company basic cardstock in Charcoal Black. Isn't that little boutonniere cute? It's a small piece of tulle with a punched flower and eyelet. The heart was created with the SU embosslit Heart of Hearts and the large heart punch. The champagne glass is a Sizzix die and I put a bit of Stickles for bubbles. I used a MS border punch for the XOXO. The Thank You image on the tag is from a retired SU tag set. The little flowers on the heart were made with hand-held $1.00 punches using Pale Plum & So Saffron card stock.


Now the bride. The color of the card stock is Solar White, same make as the groom's. The flower borders were made with a MS punch. There is a layer of vellum on the bottom that I stamped and embossed flowers in white. I added lace around her heart. And, of course tulle for a veil. The tag is from another retired SU tag set. I used markers in Basic Black, Old Olive, Pale Plum, and So Saffron. The white tag is layered on a Pale Plum tag.


Here is a close up so you can (hopefully) see the embossed flowers on the vellum.


There is a contest going on now until Monday, March 8. There will be two prizes. First, a random.org drawing to win a SCAL. What is that you might ask? It is the software needed to cut templates with a Cricuit. For the second prize, Lauren will be judging all the entires herself and choosing a winner to receive her entire April release. All you need to do is create something using anything from Lauren's store--template, digi paper, stamp, etc. You can find all the details and enter on Katie's blog.
I was thinking the In a Pinch would make nice favors/place settings for my niece's Sweet Sixteen party next year. Being able to cut the templates with the SCAL software would make the job a lot easier than cutting all of them by hand! I better give this some serious thought.
Thanks for stopping by.

10 comments:

Katie Cotton said...

what a fantastic idea to do his and hers in a pinch projects! Love it!!! Thanks so much for playing along!

cardcrazy said...

These are just soo cute! Great for wedding favours!

Anne said...

Wunderschön Lisa wie immer
We miss you
Anne

Diana said...

Wow, just great. What a wonderful idea to make wedding gifts out of that template...
By the way, yes, the pics were from the Wilhelma in Stuttgart.
Greetings
Diana

Karli said...

They look great esp. with all the lovely details you added. Good luck!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

What interesting boxes. You did an awesome job decorating them.

Cathy at Paper Garden Projects said...

These are amazing Lisa! They would be perfect wedding favors.

corinnesomerville said...

Lisa, these are absolutely beautiful !!!! Love 'em !!!

Big Hugs
Corinne (aka Roxy)

Curt in Carmel said...

These are so impressive, and yes, they would make amazing wedding favors! Your detail on both is just stunning. Great job on these! Best, Curt

Lauren (mytime) said...

What a wonderfuly Bride & Groom set! This is so cute and a great use of the In a Pinch!