Today’s project began with the colors at this week’s Fab Friday challenge.

I really wanted to make a Christmas card, as I stared at the Detailed Deer dies. But, this developed into a wedding card, as you can see.

By Su Mohr for FF146; Click READ to go to my blog for details; Featuring: Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Paper, Detailed Deer dies, Polka Dot Tulle ribbon, Artisan Paerls, Classic Label Punch, Best Birds stamp set; #weddingcards #laser-cutpaper #ff146 #stampinup #detaileddeerdies #sharewhatyouloveartisanpearls #tulleribbon #handmadecards #diy

Laser-Cut Paper Wedding Card


I started thinking of how I could use the Detailed Deer dies with the Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut paper. The Laser-Cut paper is so much fun to use as a stencil! I chose this vine pattern, and began applying Tranquil Tide ink with a Sponge Dauber.


After daubing, I trimmed the edges, and backed it with Balmy Blue cardstock.

TIP: Measuring is a bit tricky, because it will vary according to how you trim the Laser-Cut piece.


The top corners and five flowers were made with dies from the Detailed Deer die set. Highland Heather and Gorgeous Grape inks were used for the flower colors, sponge daubed on Whisper White cardstock, before cutting. At this point, I knew it would not be a Christmas card; wedding was written all over it.

I topped the flowers with Share What You Love Artisan Pearls, which we’ll call Powder Pink.


The sentiment, “On your wedding day,” is from the Best Birds stamp set.  I used the Classic Label Punch for cutting, and popped it up on dimensionals.

The last detail was adding the Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon bow. I thought it was appropriate for the sentiment to be partly “veiled” by the ribbon.


Thanks much for visiting my blog today. The products in today’s project are listed below, and available at my store. I’m off to make a card with the “stenciling” of my laser-cut vine.

Product List