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20th Wedding Anniversary

December 1, 2020

My daughter and son-in-law celebrated their 20th Wedding Anniversary last Wednesday. I am so proud of them, they are wonderful people and amazing parents to their three children. Unfortunately, I couldn’t share the card before now, because Sean was working away all last week. I wanted to create something special so I got out the Forever Gold Specialty Designer Series Paper. I attached the card front piece of this paper to Whisper White card and then Gold Foil card and lastly scored and folded Thick Whisper White card. I cut Gold Foil card using the Tasteful Labels Dies and attached it to the centre of the die cut using dimensionals.

I stamped the “happy” and “Anniversary from the Well Said stamp set onto Whisper White card using Blackberry Bliss ink. I added “20th” using the Make A Difference Stamp set also using Blackberry Bliss ink. I cut out the greeting using another of the Tasteful Labels Dies and attached it to the centre of the Gold Foil die cut. I stamped the flower from the Tasteful Touches stamp set onto Whisper White card three times using Blackberry Bliss ink. I coloured the flowers using the Light Blackberry Bliss and Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends and cut them out.

I stamped several of the leaves from the Forever Fern stamp set onto Whisper White card using Old Olive ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating Forever Flourishing Die. I attached the leaves to the back of the flowers and then the card front using mini dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Forever Blossoms stamp set using Rich Razzleberry ink. I attached some leaves to the back of the last flower and attached it to the lower left hand corner.

It’s easy to make a pretty card using the gorgeous Forever Gold Specialty Designer Series Paper. So, once more, Happy Anniversary Sarah & Sean.

Bye for now,

Kris

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