Designer's Tip: Mask off the program and only embellish the heart die-cuts by placing a small piece of paper under a popped up heart, then ink the program. A great way of applying Perfect Medium™ ink on a heart die-cut is by using a cosmetic sponge! Create a template in Microsoft Word (or another word processing program) to print the bride and groom’s names in 2 1/2” square areas. Using a template makes it efficent to print numerous program labels and punch them out after they have been printed.
- Place the program with the die-cut on the top. Computer print the wedding program so it begins 6 3/4” from the bottom edge of the card. Leave 5/8” space on the bottom edge. Pop up and punch out the die-cut hearts.
- Sponge Perfect Medium™ ink on a cluster of die-cut hearts and lightly brush Perfect Pearls™ on their tops. Repeat for the other four heart die-cut clusters. Place a large Heart Dazzles™ in the center of the middle heart cluster. Place a medium Hearts Dazzles™ in the center of the other four heart clusters.
- Punch a 2 7/8” scalloped circle out of yellow paper. Computer print the bride and groom’s names centered on the circle. Punch a 3” circle out of multi-color swirls paper, and foam tape the yellow circle on it centered. Glue the label under the top three centered die-cut hearts, centered. Tie a knot in 3/4” white sheer ribbon and cut the strands to be 1 1/8” long. Fold each end in half and cut off an 1/8” at an angel for a dove tail in the ribbon. Zot™ it above the bride and groom names. Place a large Heart Dazzles™ on the knot center. Place a large Heart Dazzles™ on the bottom of the program, below the last line of text.
Supplies: (Find these supplies and more at www.paperwishes.com)
- Flower Soft® Hearts Multi Functional Die Cuts (link)
- Sunshine & Shadows paper pack (link)
- Sunshine & Shadows ribbon set (link)
- 2 7/8” scalloped (link) and 3” circle Marvy® Uchida punches (link)
- Perfect Pearls Metallics - Gold (link)
- Heart Dazzles Gold (link)
- Cosmetic sponge
- Foam tape (link)
- Zots™ Adhesive Dots (link)