50th Card

Recently, I ran in to a dear couple who mentioned they are about to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Fifty Years! What a beautiful testimony to the love of two people. This card is in honor of their special day.


I watched several tutorials on how to make these ribbon roses, so I’m not sure who to give the credit to, but this is so fun to make! Simply cut satin ribbon at one inch intervals and then use your heat tool to melt the edges. Once the edges were melted, I used the silicone craft sheet and hot glue, starting at the outside and working towards the center to form the rose. Be careful not to burn your fingers! For the antique brad, it started out silver, so I embossed it in gold with a versa mark pad and gold embossing powder. The branches were made with gold glimmer paper and the bird builder punch.


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In this world full of suffering, today I celebrate a love that has lasted. May you, dear reader, know this golden love.

Happy stampin’ friends!