The front cover was partially embossed with the peacock folder from Cuttlebug Animal Prints set and also added a touch of bling.
The pages allow the guests to leave a little message with some fun!
Chelsea wanted a red, black and white theme for her invitations and choose White for her Invitation along with White inclusions featuring embossing with the added touch of pearls and tied together with a black Satin ribbon. I’ve taken this standard pocket folder and tweaked it a little by adding some embossing to the front flap giving it a more elegant look.
This sweet little invitation was created for 2 sweet little girls! The brief for the design was to include a photo and ensure it reflected the purpose of the invitation. Using vellum was a lovely way to soften the invitation to reflect the sweetness of these little girls. It has a two fold purpose as the vellum part can be removed so the photo underneath can be kept. The organza ribbon ties it all together and also represents tying the posy of flowers, while the little charm clearly indicates the purpose of the invitation. I added some colour to the centre of the flowers and finished it off with some bling.
Recently I visited the beautifull Paronella Park in Innisfail, Queensland. A perfect venue for a fairytale wedding! http://www.paronellapark.com.au/
This pocket fold style features embossing to the front section, a ‘glass slipper’ tied with a silver cord serves as a belly band. Once opened a beautiful invitation is revealed! A ‘Tiara’ style diamante embellishment at the top creates a romantic princess feel and adds bling! To the left a corner style pocket holds the inclusions together nicely.
This invitation combines both style and elegance creating a beautiful theme for a fairy tale wedding.
Alternatively I’ve used an organza ribbon to hold the pocket fold together which creates a different look to this versatile invitation.
This stunning invitation with its black embossed jacket and embossed flip style invitation wasn’t what Rhea had in mind when she came to see me, however when she saw this design she fell in love with the beautiful embossing to the jacket and the invitation. By adding embossing to the top of the inside pages added a little something extra along with just a touch of bling!
This is a little flip album I was commissioned to make.The pages are all embossed using a cuttlebug embossing folder from the Winter Frolic set. It contains the words of a song that has meaning to the couple. For the photo pages, I used my Spellbinders labels nine die. I then made a coordinating box for presentation. This is a stand alone album, the pages are made using metallic card in a silver and the stand also using metallic card in a purple.