Remember 1964? The Dixiecups singing “Going to the Chapel?” When I saw this pretty, little church in the Hometown Greetings die set, I thought it would make a great wedding card.
Gold and white are wonderful wedding card colors, so I die cut the church with the house and two trees from Gold Foil paper. When I saw the challenge at Paper Players was a sketch with an object on a hill, (that’s the way I saw it, anyway) I added some Gold Thread to make the slight hill more pronounced.
Prior to attaching the Gold Foil die-cut and Gold Thread, I embossed the Whisper White cardstock with the Fluttering Hearts embossing folder. It’s really called Falling Petals, but I renamed it. Doesn’t it look like hearts? I found “wedding wishes” in the Floral Phrases stamp set, just the right size to fit in my die cut heart. The inside sentiment, a favorite for wedding cards, was in Rose Wonder.
I hope the sketch designer doesn’t mind that my sentiment isn’t in the lower, right hand corner. It was breezy that day, and it flew to the top of the card.
I enjoyed making this card, but now I can’t get the song out of my head. Sorry if I inflicted you. Thanks for stopping by my blog!