Holy Communion and Confirmations are the topics of conversation that's going on around the house. I have one of my daughters doing her Holy Communion and both my son and niece are doing there Confirmation this year. We are all buzzing with excitement and with invitations and congratulation cards to make, it should keep me busy. This card was inspired from our church window and I loved using the ultra thin boarder stickers. When you look through the window you can see a dove and a girl praying.
Stampin' Up! demonstrator's attend most Papercraft Shows and providing make-and-takes. So of course I had to make something. The sweet lollie-pop project was so much fun to make and you get to eat the lollie-pop too. What a great project to make for friends and school kids.
This is another card I made at a workshop - I really love the Medallion background stamp from Stampin' Up! I applied the kissing technique with Baja Breeze and Chocolate Chip Classic Stampin' ink pads. After wrapping Chocolate Chip ribbon around the card I attached a bow for this card. I made a similar card using pink instead of Baja Breeze ink and added a flower replacing the bow. I totally enjoyed making these cards, you should give kissing technique a try.
As much as I love making cards, I also like receiving them and what a lovely way to make someone feel appreciated by saying Thank You! with a card. This card I made was at a Stampin' Up! class, we all had a great time and it was fun meeting new people.
Accessories: 1/4" Pumpkin Pie Ribbon
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