I'm making a few thank-you cards as a gift for a bridal shower. I'm friends with the groom and have only met the bride-to-be a few times, so I'm guessing her wedding style based on the invitation. It's a little nerve-wracking! The invite was a deep brown envelope, with shimmery vanilla paper for the text itself, with a very swirly, elegant font.
I'm going to make a few different varieties over the next few days. I'm having a hard time finding the exact right "thank you" phrase to match the image in my head.
The Groovy Guava CS looks better with Craft Blush Blossom than the Blush Blossom CS does. I'm not quite sure why that is.
I dyed mulberry paper, too.
Date: Friday, July 13, 2007 GMT Views: 2209
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Fri, Jul 13, 2007 @ 4:30 PM
I love your card and the background is what caught my eye. I know what you mean about your "Thank you" font. it is a bit too causal. Isnt there a "Kindness" stamp with these new sets? It might be more the Baroque style. Would you be adverse to forgoing either the medallion or the word layer and using one or the other? I dont mean to be critical but just tossing out ideas, I like all the parts but they just need to come together right for you. TFS I cant wait to see what you end up with.
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