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Mr. and Mrs. wedding card




Wedding card I made two weeks ago. I'm proud of myself, not because it turned out to be a really pretty card but because I made it in about 15 minutes! That's an accomplishment for me (it usually takes much much longer because I'm a perfectionist). 

Materials: pink cardstock, patterned wedding paper, tulle, thin ribbon, double heart charm, 3D glue dot and adhesive.
Directions: 
cut card from pink paper, fold in half.  
cut patterned paper slightly smaller than card and cut a square of  paper to mat. 
wrap patterned paper with tulle.
gather tulle off center and use ribbon to tie.
weave ribbon in charm and adhere to back to patterned paper.
adhere patterned paper to pink cardstock.
mat small square and adhere with 3D glue dot to make it POP!

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