I cannot claim to have thought of this, my aunt sent me a card with the prototype on it and I just had to copy it. As a hoarder of Japanese washi paper, I jumped at the chance to be able to incorporate it in a card.
I am not really sure who will be the recipient of this card, my daughter may think it a bit passe for 8 to 9 year olds, maybe someone a little younger. It was alot of fun to make.
What you need
Cardstock - Bazzill Basics pinks and reds; ? Canson shimmer card; SU Very Vanilla, black
Patterned paper - Doodlebug Love Blooms
Stamp - SU Curly Cute
Ink - Rose Red
Jewel flowers - Kaisercraft
Today we are off to my In-Laws 50th wedding anniversary celebration. We are in charge of desserts and knowing that my husband's family have a collective sweet tooth, I have gone with Pavlova (a delicacy (?) from this part of the southern hemisphere), baked cheesecake (a wonderful never-fail recipe from Gordon Ramsey) and Tiramisu (my aunt sent me this recipe in a plea for help).
I don't think I have shared the invitation design on this blog. I did space it out alittle more when I made them up and it did take a bit of convincing to use black ink (MIL was a florist in a previous life so it has some significance).
The card we are giving them is one from a submission call but as it is quite big, it can only be hand delivered.