#craftingnotcoding: The Wedding Card

Ever since my first crafty card club with Rachel at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames I have fallen in love with the market street collection from my minds eye, and I look for any excuse to use it. This card is very similar to the anniversary card that I made a few weeks ago.

I pretty much winged it while making this card, so this is just a generalized idea of what I did, you can change it to match your style/occasion/recipient.

What you need:

- a sheet from my mind's eye market street 6 x 6 paper pad
- a few die cuts from my mind's eye market street mixed bag
- golden glitter tape
- a glitter golden heart die (punched using a heart punch, not pictured)
- kraft card base
- double sided tape
- scissors
- craft glue
- foam dots

What to do:
1. Trim the sheet of cardstock, so that it is a little bit smaller than the card base. Then cut off one third of the trimmed piece of paper. Stick the two alternating pieces on the card base. Add the glitter tape to hide the place were the two pieces meet.
2. Add a few die cuts of your choice. Since I made this a wedding card, I decided to add the sticker that says "find adventure everyday".

Happy Crafting!


  1. Love the color combinations of the card!!!

    1. I am obsessed with my market street papers!


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