Hey Everyone! I have been busy, like the rest of you I am sure, getting ready for the upcoming holidays. This past weekend I painted our back hall, and yesterday I made an anniversary frame for my beloved neighbors. They are celebrating 60 years of marriage. Wow! I am just in awe of them every time we share stories over the fence with each other. They both are wonderfully amazing people, and full of life and love for each other. So, as a token of my love for them, I decided to make a frame for them. I made a card a few months back for a couple celebrating their 50th. A fellow demo, Carol Carriveau, made the suggestion to put it in a frame, so that's what I did. Thanks Carol! Here is the frame -
I just changed up the numbers, and used Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper in lieu of the gold foil on the original considering it is their diamond anniversary. :) Here is a close up -
I really loved making this for them, and I am sure they will love it too! OK, off to get some ingredients for this weekends Boy Scout bake sale! Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek!
Stamps - Papaya Collage, Memorable Moments
Ink - Versamark
Paper - Whisper White, Very Vanilla DSP, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper
Accessories - Big Shot, Paper Trey by the numbers dies, 1 1/4, 1 3/8 circle punches, Basic Rhinestones, Crochet Trim, White Satin Organza ribbon, Gold Embossing powder, heat tool, Dimensional dots, paper piercing tool, Frame