I felt another card was needed as a thank you involving my daughter's wedding. This one goes to the priest who will perform the ceremony this Saturday. He is now retired, but was our parish priest for more than 30 years, and he agreed to come out of retirement to officiate at the barn wedding/ reception site venue. We are very thankful that he agreed to marry our second daughter, although this one is after he retired.
The card I chose to use is a re-creation of one we made at a class given by Liz Thayer, who by now, if you read my blog, should be a very familiar name. She is my upline in Stampin' Up (though I am just a demonstrator for myself and I'm not pursuing it as a business venture), but I so love to socialize and make cards with the many great gals who are invited to her events.
This card uses the Baby Wipes stamping technique which is lots of fun. If you are interested in trying it there are many places where tutorials can be found: YouTube, Splitcoaststampers, and Pinterest to name a few.
Recipe: Stampin' Up products: Blackberry Bliss, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Tangelo Twist cardstocks. Sweet Li'l Thing dotted Washi tape. Seasonally Scattered stamps (Holiday 2014). Blackberry Bliss, Old Olive, Tangelo Twist Inks. Versamark Watermark Ink. Clear Embossing Powder, Apothecary Accents framelit dies. Tiny Triangles Embossing Folder. Gold Basic Metal Buttons, Gold Metallic Baker's Twine. Inside: EK Fancy Photo Corners. (Re-creation of Liz Thayer design).