Sealed With A Kiss Anniversary Card

Sealed With A Kiss Anniversary Card


(inside: In all you dream and in all you do, may the love you share bring joy to you…)

This amusing, kissing couple image is from a stamp set called “Sealed with a Kiss” by Paper Pretties.  Sadly, the online store closed, but I contacted the owner who actually still had the stamp set, and I was able to purchase it from her.  Yay!!

I used a die from the Spellbinders Labels 2 set (S4-162) to create my focal panel on this z-fold card.  I sponged GKD Dark Chocolate ink over/around my stamped image while the die cut was still in the die.  To create the z-fold card base, I scored my 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch panel at 4 1/2 and 2 1/8 inches.


The image was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic markers (woman: B32, B34, RV02, E57, E47, E13; skin: E50, E13, E21; man: E44, E59, E55, E51, E57).


The greeting is unnamed (#97219) by Inkadinkado.  The sentiment inside is called “In All Your Dreams” from Print Words by Annette Allen Watkins.  (I masked off the “happy wedding day” part of this stamp.)

American Crafts (#320337) patterned paper was used along with Recollections kraft and white card stock.

Z-fold cards fold flat for mailing.


Thanks for checking out my card project!


4 thoughts on “Sealed With A Kiss Anniversary Card

  1. What a delightful card. I love the kissing couple. How lucky you were able to get that stamp. Thanks for including all the wonderful details including the copics you used. I will have to give the Z-fold technique a try.


  2. What a fun card and perfect for an anniversary. So lucky you were able to obtain the stamp set. It is sad to see stores have to close their doors.


  3. A cute and unusual stamp! That is cool how you were able to obtain it! I bet the owner was tickled to make the sale too. The card is lovely. You always do some unusual folds which is fun.


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