Hi everyone it’s Jessica here and welcome back to another card making tutorial. Today, I’ll be sharing some simple card ideas that you can turn into wedding invitations. I’ll be using large floral images like the one in this Rose Wonder set, Because one-step stamping is key when it comes to mass producing cards. I’ll also be using the new StazOn pigment ink in snowflake. It dries instantly on paper, doesn’t need to be re-inked every time, And works well on a wide range of mediums like vellum, which I shared in a previous video. So I think it’s absolutely the one pigment ink you should have in your stash. Here you can see that a stamp image is super crisp, And the white ink is very opaque like you would expect from the pigment inks. But unlike traditional pigment inks, StazOn pigment doesn’t need drying time, Which I think is so super convenient and a huge added bonus. And again, don’t forget to use the StazOn cleaner after you finish stamping. I’m also dressing up the card with a couple of embellishments. First, I adhere some rhinestones with OnPoint glue. And then I’m using the sheer shimmer sticks and sparkle for some added sparkle and shine. Here’s another card that uses the same layout and concept. If you are using a stamp positioning tool like I am here, You can even double stamp the image so that you get an even fuller coverage. This way, the white really pops against the dark background. But for this card, I decided to embellish the card a little differently and use gold paint splatters instead. It’s also relatively quick and the result is phenomenal. Thank you so much for watching. I hope you are inspired by these simple cards and will give it a try. Have a wonderful day and I’ll see you next time.