Wednesday, April 3, 2013

It's all about the soon to be, Mr & Mrs!

Hello friends! It has been a while since posting, but I've been busy!  Getting ready for our daughter's wedding shower and upcoming wedding!  So you can imagine how excited I was to see one of JustRite's April release sets, Mr & Mrs Vintage Labels Four! I have two creations using this set to share with you today; Day Three of JustRite Papercraft April Release!  First up is the Kitchen Towel Cake and further down this post, I have a shower favor!

Here is a view looking at the top.  It gives a better look at how the towels were used.  I also added some kitchen utensil items off the their wedding registry!  I began by creating two round forms from cereal boxes, making one smaller in diameter than the other.  All the towels are keep together and decorated using long pearlized straight pins found HERE. The top cake layer sits atop many folded dish cloths! 

Here is a close up of the stamped label.  I stamped the large label image with Memento Sweet Plum ink and scissor trimmed.  The purple cardstock label base was cut using JustRite Coordinating Spellbinders Dies, Vintage Labels Four.  The Mr & Mrs image was stamped using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  Memento inks can be found HERE. Thermal Web foam dimensional squares, HERE were used to pop up the dark yellow oval.

This Happily Ever After sentiment and border is found in JustRite's Ever After Vintageclear stamp set.  It is placed on a floral plastic card pic and inserted in the middle of the feathers.  It has a long stem so it stays in place!  You can view JustRite Ever After Vintage Labels HERE. Feathers were purchased at Michaels.  Prima Serenade flower is HERE and the bow is made from a new to me fabulous 3/16" ribbon, HERE.

JustRite's Mr & Mrs Vintage Labels Four is a cling stamp set featuring 8 stamps. I love the various sizes of the Mr & Mrs images, making the design options endless!  And don't forget the JustRite Coordinating Spellbinders Vintage Labels Four dies!

A wedding dress favor for the shower this Saturday!  I ordered the white dress die cut favor boxes from Etsy as I do not own a Cricut or a machine large enough to cut this kind of box.  They arrived with a straight edge neckline.  I cut each side, front and back into what you see in the above picture.  This design better resembles the actual dress our daughter will be wearing! I glued the flower trim onto the dress bottom and tied the waistline with silver metallic string, HERE.  Trim is found HERE.

I made 41 of these beauties!  You could really put any trim you would like on them.  I added a seam binding, HERE bow to sit atop the oval cut tag.  LOVE this sentiment too and it is found in the new April Release set, Mr & Mrs Vintage Four Labels. Before removing the Spellbinders Oval die, I used a sponge dauber, HERE to add a bit of Memento Sweet Plum ink.  Mini Purple adhesive pearls and adhesive Teardrop gems are from Want2Scrap.  The pink lid peeking through is a purse size hand sanitizer! Be sure to check out JustRite's April Release Day One, HERE and Day Two, HERE

Thanks for stopping by today!  I appreciate your visits!  I'll be back tomorrow  with a creation using another fabulous new JustRite Papercraft April release set! Be sure and visit the following designer's blogs.  Click on their names to take you to each respective blogs and enjoy the inspiration!


Conniecrafter said...

that cake is just gorgeous, I am going to a shower next month, I wonder if I could do something like this :) The party favor dresses are just beautiful!!

Julieb2250 said...

Love your cake it is Beautiful! I really like those colors!!

NancyB said...

love everything! Your daughter's shower and wedding will be extra special with all the love and care you put into it by these hand-made goodies! I too am making bridal shower invites and favors for my soon to be DIL! Would love it if you could share the etsy favor box information!

Ms.Kat said...

I check etsy for the die cut wedding dress and did not see it. Is the box a cricut product or can you help me locate the box. I have a wedding shower in Oct. and love your favors!