Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Daffodil Wedding!

Hello there

Today I am sharing something a little different. Occasionally friends will ask me to make a special card for them and this is one such occasion! The daughter of one of my dancing friends is getting married in Wales this weekend and she asked for a special card.

I used some of the retired Bridesmaid and Bridegroom papers and made the heart shaped Bride and Groom. The bride is carrying a bouquet including minature Daffodils so I wanted to include these on the card.
THe daffodils were made using the Boho Blossom punch for the back part and the Itty Bitty punch for the trumpet part!

The card was a hit and Susan got a bit emotional!! Lets hope it has the same effect on Saturday!

Julie x

Supplies Used: (All Stampin Up! Unless Otherwise Stated)
1. Card – Very Vanilla
2. Papers – Bridesmaid and Bridegroom (retired)
3. Stamps –
4. Embellishments – Pearls, Very Vanilla satin ribbon
5. Tools – Heart punch, Itty Bitty punches, Boho Blossom punch, Bird punch, Top Note die
6. Mediums –


  1. Jules this is simply stunning! What a lucky couple!

  2. Jules this is stunning - what a lucky couple!

  3. Gorgeous card Jules! I so miss these papers too, they were fab for wedding cards and so much more :-)
    Hugs xxx

  4. Hi Julie
    Fabulous wedding card.....love those papers it is a pity they have stopped doing them .....i still have a lot left ...i keep them for wedding cards .....
    Hugs sylvie
    Gibraltar xxx

  5. This card is gorgeous!! WOW!!! I will be featuring this card on My Crafty Picks #58 with a link back to your blog on 3-25-12. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks and to pick up your blog badge to display on your blog for being featured!!

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  6. Beautiful card...very impressed...and I just LOVE the little daffodiles. What a great idea *Ü* Maxie

  7. Wow, have just come across your card whilst looking at ideas for invitations (am getting married next spring and daffodils are "our flower" so they'll be featuring prominently in the wedding). I must say, you're very talented! Love the mini daffodils :-)