Whale of a Wedding!

This weeks challenge at CASE Study is to make a card using your ‘Signature Style’.  I was thinking about this and knew that it had to be CAS for me, but I’d also say that I do love to use cute images with Copics, so why not include it all!   I’ve been asked to make a Wedding Card, nothing unusual about that you say….   This one had to have whales, so…   who am I to argue.  The bridesmaids are wearing navy and have hot pink flowers (thus the colour scheme).  This card did give me the opportunity to actually ‘reverse’ a stamp, this was my first attempt and I’m quite happy with the outcome. New techniques are just fab!

While I’ve got your attention I just want to remind you that Print Candee is having their first official Creative Team blog hop on Wednesday 31st, and there is some fab candy, so make sure you visit for a chance to win!

Whale of a Wedding - Detail
Whale of a Wedding

Supplies;  Paper:  A4 White Hopsack & Smooth Cardstock, K & Company Paper Pad – Wedding Collection, MME Stella & Rose Paper Pad – Hattie.    Ink:  Memento – Tuxedo Black, Color Box – Baby Blue, VersaMagic – Aegean Blue.   Stamps:  Imaginisce – Whale.   Copics:  Booo,91,95. C0,1,5.  RV13,17.  Accessories:  Fiskars Stamp Press, Copic Multiliner 0.1, Stickles – Diamond, Kaisercraft Rhinestones – Silver, Tulle, Sky Blue Blending Chalk, Foam Dimensionals.

20 thoughts on “Whale of a Wedding!

  1. Super Cute card Therese, but can you explain or do a tutorial on ‘reversing a stamp’? I’ve never done it and would love to now how. Have a good one … Ange

    1. Hi Ange,
      I tried a few different ways but found the most useful tutorial at PTI Make it Monday #6. (I found it on youtube)
      Hope this is helpful

  2. Certainly different but very sweet all the same 🙂
    Love the little veil and top hat too! I will have to check out the reverse stamping video too.
    Oh and so very definitely your style, which is why I follow your blog…love it 🙂
    Jenny x

  3. this one made me giggle, it is so cute!! such a different card for a wedding but the message is still the same-‘LOVE”. you have certainly worked the technique perfectly!
    thanks for playing along at CASE study this week! 🙂

  4. Well I have never seen a whale wedding card before….so hats off to you for making a cute card that meets the criteria! I know I would have struggled! Love the spotty waves!

  5. Hee hee! I LOVE this card! Whales for a wedding? That’s so creative! I love how you reverse stamped…I find it hard to get a clear image, but you nailed it! The background is gorgeous, too. I love it all! Yeah for the Print Candee blog hop! I can’t wait!

  6. Oh my goodness Therese….what a GREAT card…so clever…it’s just perfect to fit all the necessary requirements….great job girl!

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