Seven years ago, my darling daughter married a wonderful man. They now have 2 children: Olivia, 2 1/2 years and Lilly, 10 months. Copper is the gift for the 7th year. Keeping with this theme, I used some copper cardstock & ink when I cased Carly Robinson's card.
Here's a close-up of the flower panel.
as well as the bottom right corner. The sentiment is from Fillable Frames # 4 and the butterfly is from one of Martha Stewart's craft punches.
Here is the inside. I used my computer to write a message before I assembled the card.
Part of my gift is a gift card to a local restaurant. Here is the gift card holder I made using the seed packet die and one of the Nestabilities labels. I sponged the little label with the copper ink to soften it. The ribbon is a metallic copper from my stash.
I fussy cut one of the flowers and added a dimensional to serve as a closure.
So they have a rememberance of their 7th anniversary, I purchased a copper butterfly stake for them to put in their garden. I know my granddaughter, Olivia is going to like this since she is a fan of butterflies. The only problem is, it is not purple; her favorite color.
Supplies: CS: white, shimmery copper
Ink: Brilliance: Cosmic Copper
Stamps: Beautiful Blooms, Fillable Frames "4
Misc: metallic copper ribbon, pearls, Martha Stewart butterfly punch, dimensionals, computer font: TypoUpright BT, Nestabilities label # 14