Personalised Wedding Card with Homemade Confetti!

This was a ‘card to order’ that I thought I would quickly share today, just for fun!  Hope you had a great week and that the weekend has some amazing things in store….

Lostinpaper - Personalised Wedding Card (1)

Lostinpaper - Personalised Wedding Card (1)

See you again real soon,  hugs

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ps I won’t tell you just how long it took me to place those confetti pieces on the front of the card…  it would be embarrassing lol.


43 thoughts on “Personalised Wedding Card with Homemade Confetti!

  1. Love your card with the beautiful embossed names. Would love to see a video showing how you did this. Very clever.

  2. Therese, I am a big fan. Love your designs and your videos! This card is so perfect in its simplicity. I know how hard it is to make a simple card and you do it so well. Who makes those alphabet dies, if you don’t mind my asking?

    1. Hi Laura, this is an older set of alphabet dies from Memory Box (that I just had to have) I don’t even know if they are still available… They are called ‘Urban Lowercase Alphabet’ Style No. 98874. I know I definitely need to use them more, although they are a little fiddly, kinda worth the effort though. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments, have a great day, Therese

  3. Your wedding card is so fresh and clean!! Yes, what we will do for embellishments, we dare not tell or people would think we were out of our minds!

  4. This is such an elegant card. Would love a how to on this. I really enjoy and appreciate all your videos and tutorials. You have a wonderful talent!!

  5. Such a lovely wedding card. I do love the simplicity look of the shaker style and confetti. Well done and I love it.

  6. Perfect, Therese … crisp, fresh and simply gorgeous … love the slender lettering, such a fabulous font! Placement of embellies … always takes me longer than making the card (tee hee!)! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  7. This is just gorgeous! Are the names embossed or is it white on white? If embossed, would you please share how you did it? Thanks so much – I enjoy watching your videos and seeing your beautiful creations come to life!

    1. Hi Susan, the names are simply die cuts, so ‘white on white’, thanks so much for your lovely comments and for visiting, Hugs Therese

      1. Thank you so much for clarifying how the names were done. I, too, thought they were embossed. I dare say they took time to space so accurately!!!
        Love your cards 💜
        Blessings, susie

  8. Love your card, Therese. I don’t think I need to ask how long it took you to place the confetti because most of the time such details take me longer than creating the card itself. I just might copy cat your creation as my niece is getting married in July. Just a heads up, the Memory Box Urban Lowercase Alphabet die is available here in the states at Simon Says Stamp and a few other places.

  9. As usual Therese your card is so beautiful. Love it – but I want to know how long it took you to put the confetti on the front of the card?????? lol … Glenis

  10. Therese, this one took my breath away, the fine letters and the confetti all come together in a beautiful wedding card.

  11. You are so creative, Therese! Such a fun way to use this die and I love all the colorful little ‘confetti’! Gorgeous wedding card…WOW!

  12. Therese I adore the white on white for your gorgeous alphas … they are going to love seeing their names, too! Fabulous confetti … how long?!?! just teasing … i’d be there still!

  13. LOVE your creations, Therese! This wedding card is simply beautiful, from the clean fresh design to those lovely (time consuming placed) confetti pieces 🙂

  14. I love everything about this card! The colors, the font, the design — Bravo! And, thanks for sharing with us!

  15. A true gift for the happy couple. ☺ This card is so lovely in its simplicity. I love it. ☺

  16. Had to chuckle about how long you took to place the final confetti pieces….been there, done that….it’s the little things that will drive us batty, right? LOL Great card, as always.

  17. Ahhh this is just a stunning card Therese, love the faux embossed look of the lettering. I can imagine you I would’ve taken longer to place that confetti!! Lol
    Jenny x

  18. This is such a pretty and modern wedding congratulation card!! Love it!! May I ask how you did the embossed names on the paper? Hugs from Switzerland, Tina

    1. Hi Tina, the names on the card are actually die cut letters and for some reason I haven’t added a list of supplies (which is rare for me) so my apologies I can’t even say which company they are from. I’m kinda thinking it may be an old MFT set… Thanks so much for your lovely comments and visit here today, Therese

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