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Black and White Wedding Card for the Adventurer

Black & White Wedding Card
By: Michael A. Trent, Artistic Guide 

Finished card size: 9.25” x 3.875” 

When I first saw that this month’s edition was working with “black & white” I jumped for joy.  As much as I love color, working with just black & white papers, images, and inks can be so classy and easy.  This is a very classy and easy wedding card perfect for the beginner or fast for the more advanced stamper. 

Wedding/Marriage Set (Inkadinkado, 97892)

No. 10 Gatefold Card (DCWV) – (Hint: If you want to make your own card template, cut white textured cardstock 18.75”x3 7/8”.  Score at 3.25” and 12.5”).

Black cardstock of choice
White Cardstock of choice
Wedding paper stack (Déjà Views, No. WD-100) or black & white papers of your choice

Black Ink (Archival Ink by Ranger)

Nestabilities Labels 1 (Spellbinders, S4-161)

Die cut machine of choice

Double-sided tape
Stamp positioner
Black Brads
Silver Gelly Roll Pen


  1. Cut and emboss the third largest die from Labels 1 from white cardstock, and the fourth largest die from black cardstock.
  2. Image 1

  3. Using a stamp positioner, stamp the image so that it is centered diagonally on the white piece.
  4. Image 2

  5. Adhere the wedding paper of choice to each side of the card and trim.
  6. Image 3

  7. Adhere corresponding strip of paper to center of right side (or ribbon of choice).
  8. Adhere white Nestabilities die cut to black piece, pop brads through each side, and adhere the black piece to the card front on the left.
  9. Image 4

  10. For the inside – trim a piece of the black cardstock to 9” x 3.75” and adhere to the inside center.  Then trim a piece of white cardstock to 8.5” x 3.5” and adhere to black cardstock. 
  11. Image 5

  12. Stamp phrase to lower right bottom of card front.
  13. Apply silver gelly roll to bride’s dress for some sparkle and allow to dry.
  14. Image 6

  15. Congrats – you’re done.  Now sign the back of your card and give it to the lucky couple.

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2 Responses »

  1. Love it! This card is so elegant - I love my gelly roll pens too!