12 posts categorized "Wedding"


Sun 30

December Wedding
by Penny Ward


Hello Memory Box friends. Penny here today with a gorgeous wedding card. December weddings are just around the corner, so why not make something super special for the happy couple. This interlocking card is so unique and really easy to pull together.


Let me show you:


Start by trimming watercolor paper or heavy cardstock  5.50 x 12 inches.

Score at 1 5/8,  3 3/4,  8,  10 1/8

On the short ends, place the Fancy Bow Closer along the first scored line. (Bow section should be pointing towards the cardstock/watercolor paper edge). 

NOTE:  I used the tiny notch left behind from cutting the die apart as my guide for getting the bows to line up evenly. I placed the tiny notch at the top of my cardstock and secured the die with washi tape before die cutting.



This is an open view of my card before latching the two sides together.

I embellished my card front with Holly Bough stencil and Whipped Spackle, then flicked Delicata Golden Glitz ink.

I cut a second bow from Black cardstock, trimmed and adhered to card front.


Because this will be going to someone with a December wedding, I have used a tiny poinsettia on my tuxedo bow.

The embellies you could use here are endless.

Fanciful Poinsettia Ornament was die cut, eBrushed with a Copic marker, stacked and adhere to card front ONLY using glue on one side of the bow.


Happy holiday crafting,



Thu 26

Midas Touch


Sometimes you have to go back to your roots to make a CAS card. Do you remember when you first learned to emboss? Remember the magic? The moment when the powder heated and raised?  It was amazing! It is what sucked many of us in to stamping.

Today's card is back to basics with gold embossing. I sponged the pattern lanthenay stencil with a versmark pad on my base card. I then heat embossed it in gold. I foam mounted the sentiment pice that I cut using the solid arch background die. Only I didn't cut it all the way through. I only cut it enough to create the curve panel that is so trendy these days.

This makes a great wedding or anniversary card.

Thanks for taking a look today.



Wed 11

A Little Summer Romance


We just attended Val and Tory's elegant garden wedding...and it reminded me of the delicate Love Script die from the Valentine Collection.  It's perfect with the Delphinium and Stems dies - and a backdrop of gold-embossed Rings and Puddles.  Jean Okimoto here - let's get started!

Memory Box Products

  • Love Script 98639
  • Rings and Puddles 88506
  • Delphinium 88571
  • Stems 88570
  • Parchment Cardstock (5.5" square card)

Kaleidacolor, Radiant Neons and Versamark inkpads are from Imagine Crafts.

Spritz watercolor paper lightly with water.  Ink a 4" soft rubber brayer with Caribbean Sea Kaleidacolor, then spritz the brayer.  Roll the inks onto the damp paper and let the colors blend for a few minutes.  Heat-set the inks.

Stencil Delphinium with Radiant Neons Electric Purple and emboss it with Iridescent Powder.  Stencil Stems with Memento Luxe Olive Grove and heat-set it.  The stems are much shorter than they are on the stencil, but I wanted to capture the effect of the flowers against the watercolored background.  Mask off some of the solid spots, then stencil Rings and Puddles with Versamark.  Emboss it with detail gold powder.

Attach a 1/2" wide strip of Scor-tape horizontally down the center of gold mirror cardstock and diecut Love Script.  Assemble the card and add iridescent lavender sequins.

Thanks for stopping by - scroll down a bit for another summer card...Simple, Tall and Skinny.

View our Ideas Gallery for more colorful summer cards!






Wed 09

Butterfly Favor Boxes...and an Easter Card

Jean Okimoto-Butterfly Favor Box-Memory Box

Looking for a quick, pretty - and impressive -  party favor for a special brunch or celebration?  Make Butterfly Favor Boxes and fill them with sweet treats, then make a quick Easter Card.  Jean Okimoto here - with two Spring projects today.

Memory Box Products

  • Butterfly Favor Box 98771
  • NEW Swirl Butterfly 98894
  • Vivienne Butterfly 98625
  • Dots Signature Prints - Thistle, Key Lime, Snapdragon, Squash, Bubblegum
  • Cardstock - Juniper, Granny Smith, Violet, Mango, Raspberry
  • Metal Adapter Plate

Jean Okimoto-Butterfly Favor Boxes-Memory Box

Cut Butterfly Favor Boxes from Memory Box Dots Signature Prints.  


Snip through each wing on the scorelines - halfway down from the top on one wing, and halfway up from the bottom on the other wing.  Fold the box on the remaining scorelines.  Begin assembling the box by attaching the side tab.  Fold the bottom flaps towards the center and attach them with tape.  


Fill the boxes.  Here's a quick tip - after attaching tape between the "cover flaps," clamp them with tweezers to secure the tape.  Next, partially (and carefully!) cross the two snipped wing centers and slot one into the other to close the box.  

Use the Metal Adapter Plate and the other plates required for thin metal dies to cutter the delicate butterfly overlays. Cut the Swirl Butterfly and antennae from Violet, Juniper and Raspberry Cardstock.  Cut the Vivienne Butterfly and antennae from Granny Smith and Mango Cardstock.

Attach the butterfly overlays and antennae to the boxes with 1/8" wide Scor-Tape - use a pin to push any excess tape behind the diecuts. 

And - double-dipping now, here's an Easter card for you...

Jean Okimoto-Memory Box-Fresh Foliage-Perched Reed Bird-Mesh Designer Stencil

Memory Box Products

  • Mesh Designer Stencil 88517
  • Fresh Foliage 98502
  • Perched Reed Bird 98160
  • Jack O Lantern and Granny Smith Cardstock
  • Signature Prints - Violet, Squash and Pool Distressed Dots
  • Signature Prints - Bubblegum and Mango Dots
  • Aloe Notecard and Envelope

Imagine Crafts Inkpads

  • Brilliance Pearlescent Thyme
  • Memento Tangelo

Other Supplies

  • Yellow Felt attached to adhesive label paper
  • Egg Punch
  • Screwpunch (chick's eye, backed with black cardstock)

Attach two of the punched eggs to the card then stencil Mesh over them for a bit of dimension.

Diecut Perched Reed Bird twice - from yellow felt and again from Jack O Lantern Cardstock.  Snip off both tails and a tiny bit of the felt feet.  Layer the felt bird (now a chick!) over the cardstock diecut, then snip off a tiny bit of the cardstock feet.

Big thanks to everyone from the Stencil It - Beyond the Basics class at Impress. Hope you enjoyed learning different ways to use your Memory Box designs.  

Memory Box Dies and Designer Stencils make it quick and easy to create Easter and Spring projects. Please visit our Ideas Gallery for additional details and more Spring designs.

Have a great evening!





Sun 16

Lots of dies in one card

Hello dear friends! its Evgenia Petzer with you today. I am again playing with lots of dies and some neutral colors.


I see it more as a wedding card, but it can be easily used as any occasion card, should you wish to.



Memory Box products used:


  • Chesapeake Circle (98449)
  • Trellis Border (98476)
  • Chloe Stem (98321)
  • Chesapeake Scrollwork (98442)
  • Gloriosa Vine (98453)


 DOT-Bubblegum (77890)


Warm hugs:)



Thu 04

Together forever

Hello ladies! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today and i have pretty in pink wedding card. I just LOVE how easy it is to decorate your cards with dies.


Memory Box Products used:

Paper: Moroccan bubblegum

Dies: silverdale heart, fairytale flower


Warm hugs:)



Mon 04

Glittered Wedding Cake!

It is no secret that I LOVE Glitter....my Nonna didn't call me "Sparkle Farkle" as a child for no reason. So I decided to do a class focusing on Glitter as the main component in the cards. The Magnificent Cake die was just perfect for what I had in mind. I used white and silver microfine glitter and added a pearl and some irridescent gems. I hope you like the card and if you want to learn how to make it come to either one of the two Glitter Mania classes I am teaching at The Stamp Addict in San Diego on March 9th or 11th.


The other cards in the class will also be using Memory Box dies, so you know they will be fun!



Sat 23

U & I

I have yet another card for the month of love, but this one can also be used for an anniversary, etc. It's also very fast and easy to make (bonus)!


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Card: Cotton Candy Eggshell, Licorice, Raspberry; Dies: UC Alphabet, Numbers Set, Precious Heart Box, Loom Circle; Accents: Nailheads; Embossing folders: Swiss Dots (Cuttlebug), Tim Holtz Alterations Spring Background & Borders (Sizzix)


Sun 17

XOX card

Valentine's Day may be past, but I thought I'd post this card since you can use it as an anniversary, engagement, or wedding card. Or just to let that special sweetie know he's special! (NOTE: you may find yourself giggling whilst assembling this project - lol!)


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See detailed instructions.


Supplies: Card: Licorice, Raspberry, White; Patterned Papers: Currant, Bubblegum; Dies: LC Alphabet, Precious Heart Box,  Owl Heart Tree Set, Tupelo Circle,  Moustache Set, Hugs & Kisses; Accents: pearls, googlie eyes; Other: pop-dots


Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!



Sun 01

Love Birds

I enjoyed making today's card so much! I'm sending it to my nephew who just got married... Dan and Didi, this is for y'all!


Cardstock: (Silver, Chocolate Soiree Shimmer) Memory Box; Patterned Paper: (Mistletoe collection) Memory Box; Rubber stamps: (Love & Hearts) Memory Box; Dye inks: (Onyx) VersaFine; Pens: Sharpies; Accents: (flower) Prima, (pearls) Mark Richards, (gems) International Greetings; Fibers: (silk ribbon) unknown; Felt: (Wasabi) Giant Dwarf; Other: Pop-dots; Dies: (Carousel Bird Cage, Twigs & Berries, Nestled Bird) Memory Box; Tools: (Vagabond) Sizzix


  1. Make card base.
  2. Cut Mistletoe panel, stamp Love, and adhere to card.
  3. Die cut birds from felt, branch from Chocolate Soiree Shimmer, and birdcage from Silver Soiree Shimmer.
  4. Use Sharpie to create birds' eyes.
  5. Tie ribbon around birdcage and adhere pearls and gems.
  6. Layer and adhere branch, birds and cage to card. (Using pop-dots for the birdcage is optional.)
  7. Adhere flower with pearl. 

And there you have it!

Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!