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Monday, December 29, 2014

Thank You

You may not know but my daughter eloped on December 3rd. Her and her husband came home to Michigan for Christmas and to spend some time with Family and Friends before Zach gets deployed in January.

They had lots of parties to attend and family to meet and needed some Thank You cards for those who gave them wedding presents.

I set to work with my new Sophisticated Serifs stamp set from the upcoming Occasions catalog.

I embossed their initials in Gold on black card stock and cut it out with the Deco Label framelit. I also cut a Gold Foil Deco Label Framelit to mat it on.

The card base is Black and it has a little Gold Foil paper under the Whisper White piece that was run through the Big Shot inside the Fancy Fan Folder.

A simple card but elegant.

Stay tuned for more wedding Thank You samples.

Here’s are family photo:
scaled down family photo
Back row from left to right: my youngest Dean (AKA cameraman and bow maker), Neil, Will, Nikki and my new son-in-law Zach, front row me and my husband.

We have been having a wonderful time with all the kids and our new son-in-law; it will be sad to see them leave and it will be even harder when Zach goes on deployment.

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Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
Glenda

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