Mr. and Mrs.


Here Comes the Bride!! This card is for Becky's Compose a Card Challenge. I finger pleated my ribbon and then sewed the silver cord down the middle. I used one of the stamps from PTI's Turning a New Leaf as the image to emboss. I think it turned out great.


Do you see the lovely pearls? I made these!!!! A new product from Viva called Pearl Pen made these little beauties possible. You can made them any size you want and there are several different colors to choose from. Once dry (which doesn't take to long) they are solid.


I included a pix with the pen beside the card to give you a reference on the size it is.



I purchased mine from Susana's Custom Art here. I think she is already out of stock. I ordered mine on Friday. It shipped the same day and arrived at my home on Monday.

INFO UPDATE: Kara asked if you could color them with Copic Markers!!! I made some pearls on wax paper and colored away. They are gorgeous.

Enjoy your day! ~Rhonda

supplies used:
Stamps: PTI Turning a New Leaf, Big & Bold Wishes
Papers: PTI Enchanted Evening, K&Company grey
Inks: Versamark
Accessories: Viva Pearl Pen, ribbon/cording Hobby Lobby, white embossing powder

23 comments:

  1. Hi Rhonda,

    I think your card turned out very well too. In fact, It's Gorgeous! And those pearls are wonderful. Thanks for sharing and enabling me!

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  2. Wow, what a beautiful card, love those pearls.

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  3. What a mcool product. Thanks for sharing it with us. Once they are dry, can you color them with Copics and make them any color you want??
    Kara

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  4. Great card and neat product. Cynthia

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  5. First ....... love the card. Really so beautiful. And love those pearls ...... gotta hook that up ASAP!!!

    Thanks for sharing the inside info!!!

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  6. Really pretty, love all the pearls!

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  7. Very pretty! Love those pearls! I am going to have to get one of those now!

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  8. Such a pretty card! Loe what you did with the ribbon.

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  9. Beautiful card! Love those pearls.

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  10. Beautiful card! And great idea for the pearls. Thanks for the info--will definitely need to track some down!

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  11. This is such a beautiful card.....love the idea with the pearls!! Will have to look into buying some of that!

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  12. Those pearls are so cool! LOL, you are such an enabler! :) Love this, Rhonda!!

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  13. WOW! Rhonda, this is gorgeous! Love the pleated ribbon and those pearls are so cool. I will have to check out this product.

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  14. Rhonda, your card is beautiful! I've never seen that pearl pen but it looks like it makes quick work of it. a perfectly elegant card for a bride and groom!

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  15. How very elegant! And I have never seen a pearl pen before, wow, what a fab idea! And you can color them? Great news! Such a pretty job with the ribbon.

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous Rhonda!!!

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  17. Truly understated elegance with those stunning pearls. I would love this product! I use a great deal of pearls because they add such a soft detail when finishing. Fantastic card!!!!!

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  18. LOVE this Rhonda! And thanks for letting us know how you made all those fabulous pearls. Im gonna have to try and get me that pen soon!

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  19. I love that flourish...and just received the set...it is gorgeous with all the pearls!! Wonderful challenge card!

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  20. Those pearls are really neat...thanks for sharing!

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  21. This is such a pretty card! I love what you did with the ribbon, and those pearls are awesome!!! I had never heard of the Pearl Pen before!! What a snazzy idea!!

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