Bingham Heart Wedding Card
This 5×7 “Clean and Simple” wedding card features the beautiful Bingham Heart die (style # 98499) from Memory Box.
I originally envisioned this card being white on white as I see and admire so many cards like that on Pinterest, but whenever I try to make one, I feel like it is so bland. I’m not sure what I am doing wrong (I tried embossing folders and thicker layers for my die cut and panels), but I always bail and add an additional color. For this card, I ended up using Gina K Designs Metallic Silver card stock along with the white.
I hit the card with lots of light to try to show some of the sparkle and shine below. Not a great photo, but hopefully you get the idea…
The greeting is a stamp from the “Pleasant Plurals” set by Gina K Designs which I heat embossed using versamark ink and Gina K white embossing powder. I added some Recollections silver rhinestone adhesive gems to some of the flowers on the wreath to finish it off.
I’m really happy with the way this card came out, but I do intend to keep working on an all white version! We’ll see…..
The challenge over at The Paper Players is “Clean and Simple: flowers” where we are to use a flower on a CAS design.
Thanks for checking out my card post!
3 thoughts on “Bingham Heart Wedding Card”
Beautiful and very elegant with the silver and white! I love the gorgeous simplicity of the design too!
Gorgeous! And I love that silver shimmer paper – swoon! Thanks so much for playing along at The Paper Players.
The metallic silver adds such an elegant look to your card. What a gorgeous die cut too! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!