Wedding Gift Card

In this week's Friday Focus by Kristina Werner, she challenged her followers to use the new folded card technique that she introduced, based on a book by Laurence K. Withers.  In her design, she used a sentiment about friendship through the seasons, which ran through the 3 views of the card.  I decided to use 1 Corinthians 13:13 in my design, which was read in my wedding and was fresh in my mind after working on a commissioned art piece a few weeks ago.
For this challenge, I used "Mi-Teintes" card stock by Canson for the base and "Mocha" textured card stock by Pressed Petals for the insets.  I also used a Pigma "Micron" fine line pen for the calligraphy, 2 Making Memories scrapping flowers, a vintage leaf, a button, thread, a scrap of grosgrain ribbon, a glue stick, double sided tape and Martha Stewart's Glittering Glue.  My tools included a guillotine paper cutter, Martha Stewart's scoring board, an X-acto blade, a ruler, and an EK Success corner punch.
This was a fun card to make.  I truly enjoyed the color scheme that emerged, and it would make a perfect gift card for a wedding.  Did you take Kristina's challenge?

Comments

Love it! And what wonderful colors!
Thanks for visiting on my blog!
Thank you! I am fascinated by the various designs that evolved from each of the card folds that Kristina has presented in her blog. Blessings!
Tanya Johnson said…
Hi Arnoldo! Thanks so much for sharing your card! I love what you've done with Kristina's challenge, and I love that it's Biblically based too! About to check out the rest of your blog! TFS!
Thank you, Tanya. I hope you enjoyed your tour of my blog. Blessings!