The several marriages for which I made this card are all surviving and thriving, so I like to think that more than good wishes go into the envelope with this one! Black and White cards with minimal coloring are a favorite of mine, not only because they have such a wonderfully striking quality to them, but also because they are great for mass-produced cards. Only six of the flowers in this floral carpet were colored with chalk – all of the rest were intricate enough to make their own statement. With various changes via coordinating ribbons and cardstock, any color at all would work with this design.
Cardstock: Beckett Iceberg, Thai Silver Momi paper (gorgeous stuff: feels just like fabric!)
Stamps: Inkadinkado’s Flower Carpet
Inks: Document Black
Chalk: Bruynzeel Blue #877
Punch: Fiskars Hearts Corner
Doo Dads: Crystals in three of the flower centers, wire-edged Silver mesh and White organdy ribbon, Silver art deco button