Today i spent a lovely afternoon with friends celebrating their 5th wedding anniversary.
The sun shone brightly on their wedding day and it didn't let us down today either. We enjoyed a delicious lunch then sat outside having a drink and chatting.
I wanted to make them a special card and even though the 'Number of Years' stamp set is now retired it was the perfect choice especially when combined with the matching 'large number framelits'.
The soft pastels of 'Wisteria Wonder' and 'Blushing Bride' inks with a little 'Old Olive' help create a really pretty card.
The paper with it's flecks of 'Wisteria Wonder' came from the 'Have a cuppa' dsp set. I knew there was a reason i'm such a hoarder and don't throw things away...there is always a sheet of Stampin Up paper that will fit an idea i have.
I hope my friends have many more happy years of marriage.
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