Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Religious Cards

Today I am posting two different cards, but they are both very similar.  They are both for religious occasions and use the chalice and host files from SVG Attic's Communion of Faith kit.

The first card was created as an invitation for my son's First Communion.  Actually I made 10 of these cards!  It was so worth it though.  They were elegant and everyone loved them.
I embossed the cup and the base of the chalice and used foam tape under different pieces for added dimension.  I added Krazy for Kraft and Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twines along the left side.  The patterned papers I used were open stock papers from Hobby Lobby.  LOVE their religious selection of papers!

On to card #2.  This one could be used for many religious occasions.  I used the same die cuts as in the first card, but I also added the Flourished Cross in the background.
 I added Chocolate Truffle twine around the base and added a small stamped tag.  I used brown chalk ink around the edges of the die cuts.
 The layers were once again popped up with foam tape.  The patterned papers are from Hobby Lobby.

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  1. Lovely cards, love the pop of purple on each of them! Such pretty papers too!

  2. Beautiful Cards Beth!!! The Paper goes so well with these!!! :) Have a wonderful Day! :)

    Scrappers Anonymous

  3. Lovely card in neutrals with a pop pf purple and yellow - thanks for joining us at TTCRD this week and good luck
    Andrea x

  4. These are beautiful. Thanks for joining us at 613 Avenue Create and I hope you'll join us again soon.

    Em AKA Creative Em
    613 Avenue Create DT

  5. Love both cards! I like how you embossed the cup on the first one...
    Thank you for joining us at Decorate to Celebrate!

  6. Beautiful cards! Thank you for joining us over Decorate to Celebrate.