Today Aki (Aki loves kawaii things) is going to show us how to create a beautiful wedding card.
I love making cards when I have small, short, scrappy leftovers of trims or paper pieces.
In this project I would like to show you how to make a simple (but thick) card, as well as the way to use washi tape instead of small paper pieces.
What you will need:
- Patterned Paper
- Tissue paper
- Pom-pom trim
- Washi tape
- Paper doily
- Rub-on (or alphabet stickers) for title
Cut out a small piece of patterned paper.
Tuck the tissue paper randomly to make pleats.
Rub the title on the patterned paper.
Put washi tape on the paper. Glue the paper doily and cut off the excess.
Machine-stitch the tissue paper along with the pom-pom trim. If you don’t have a sewing machine it would be nice to use glue or staples instead.
Add some more washi tape. Making layers of washi tape is an easy way to make your projects look fun.
Glue a ticket and the small paper piece you made in the step 1. I used pop-up dots to let these pieces hover. Glue the entire paper to cardstock, and it’s done!
We hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to create a beautiful wedding card.
Crafting Ireland Team