Beautiful Bouquet Anniversary Card
5 Year Wedding Anniversary
My wife and I married in Maui 5 years ago, before marriage was legal in all 50 states for same-sex couples. We have since gotten married legally but we consider June 21st our wedding anniversary. And now since I'm into card making… its no surprise she expects a beautiful card every year.
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This year was no exception and I wanted to make one using the Beautiful Bouquet Stampset and coordinating dies. I was inspired by another Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Ann Schach's pin on Pinterest. I took my time on this card as I wanted it to be multi-dimensional… as if I was giving her an actual bouquet of flowers.
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Craft Storage Tips
Storing Embossing Powder is easy these products listed below.
- Rectangle Storage Containers – I like these because they have a slim profile and fit well in my Ikea drawers
- Mini Spoons – I used these to scoop out the powder
- Command Strips – I use these to keep the spoon in the lid of the container
- Handheld duster – A must for cleaning up gritty messes
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