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London, Battersea, United Kingdom
I have been blogging since 2010. I have been married for 27 years and have three children,aged 28, 26, and 21. I have been blessed with Three Gorgeous Grandchildren. I love making my own cards, but dabble in cake making & crochet too. I am a create and craft member. I enjoy going to Alexander Palace twice a year with my mum. I live in Battersea and have grown up here, although me and hubby's dream is to one day live in Spain.....

Monday, 12 January 2015

Wedding Invitation


Hello & welcome to my blog x

Today I am going to show you a  commisioned wedding invitation that I was asked to make. Well actually 100 of them!!
The Wedding was in August 2014 & I promised the bride & groom that I would not reveal it until after the event. They gave me permission to share it on my blog and google.

The design was from the groom. He actually did a drawing of what he wanted. I just used my dies and creativity to bring it to life. The bride picked the colour combination.
I did advise them on certain things and gladly they took it.

They loved them.

I attached the ribbon around the card so as when it was opened it did not fall off and could be re-tied.
It openes as a gatefold card, heart attached to one side.


  1. Hammered card ordered off of Ebay, along with the envelopes too.
  2. Pink card ordered off of Ebay.
  3. Ribbon ordered off of Ebay on a large reel.
  4. Letters cut from Xcut letter dies.
  5. Black card from craft shop.
  6. Heart die & Mr & Mrs die by Tonic.
  7. Flourishes & corners die by Marianne design creaTables. (all covered with fine glitter).
  8. Pearls by Meiflower.
  9. Fine glitter purchased from Ally Pally.
Hope you liked it & I look forward to reading your comments. I will pop on over & visit you too x

7 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Sally and what a beautiful creation, you have done such a wonderful design love both the colours and that awesome heart fantastic make.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  2. Gorgeous Sally, I love the design too. I used a tonic die for my daughters wedding invites, so easy to work with.

    Sue xx

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  3. So beautiful what a gorgeous design love and hugs Carole x

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  4. So pretty...I am sure it will become a keepsake to many of those who attended the wedding.

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  5. Wonderful wedding invitation. And to think you created 100 of them!

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  6. so stunning sally.beautiful design and your dies are gorgeous ;D

    xx coops xx

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  7. Very pretty Sally. I hope you are keeping well sweetie.
    Hugs
    Cathy
    xxx

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