Hello, so glad you came by today!
I'm sharing a wedding card I made using scraps. The patterned papers (I just left them as-is, in rectangular panels, but I did distress the edges of the scrollwork piece with ink) were layered in a skewed way, atop a damask-embossed card base. Bits of a golden Christmas tree die-cut (Memory Box Flowering Christmas Tree) were tucked behind the panels.
And a small piece of that gold Christmas tree was added to a tiny die cut tag, along with pearl-topped pins, and a bit of white twine. Scattered sequins in a variety of colors (matte white, shiny gold, matte gold) were added below the sentiment tag.
I think that'll do it for me this week. It's Sunday night as I type this post, and it is almost my bedtime. So very grateful you came by to say hello. I wish you a beautiful rest of the week, and weekend!
P.S. So glad you all like the larger font on my posts. Me too!
Stamps: All Holidays - Stampin' Up! Paper: shiny gold - WorldWin; black flocked, tan scroll - Stampin' Up!; Vintage Cream - Papertrey Ink Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black - Tsukineko; Frayed Burlap - Ranger Fibers: white twine - Stampin' Up!; black seam binding - Hug Snug / The Zipper Stop Accessories & Tools: Flowering Christmas Tree die - Memory Box; gold, Marshmallow sequins - Pretty Pink Posh; matte gold sequin - MJ Trimming; Textile embossing folder - Cuttlebug; Tiny Tags die - Papertrey Ink; pearl-topped pins - Dritz