CardMaker + Xyron // Teresa Collins

Hey there! CardMaker magazine has been doing a week long blog hop with Xyron and Teresa Collins and I have a project to wrap up the week using papers from the Summer Stories line along with great adhesives from Xyron.

Now I usually am living under a rock, but seriously, how did I not know how beautiful the Teresa Collins line of products is?! Timeless and modern and so very pretty. I picked out a few papers to create a wedding set for a bride-to-be who chose pink, black and white for her colors.

Fun fact: the lace was ran through the pink Teresa Collins sticker machine from Xyron which made adhering it a cinch. And there is no adhesive peeking out from behind. I added a couple of foil stripes created with the double-sided tape as well.

And here is a cute little gift card holder to match.

And the inside of the card. Even though I used a 6×6 paper pad, I made it work on this tall card by adding a topper to the writing area.

And that’s all! Stop by the Cardmaker blog to check out the rest of the week’s projects and to find a link to the projects over on Xyron as well.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Supplies: patterned paper and stickers from Teresa Collins Summer Stories, cardstock, vellum and dies from Papertrey Ink, adhesive from Xyron, black foil from Clearsnap®, pearl from Doodlebug Designs, sequin from stash

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “CardMaker + Xyron // Teresa Collins

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