Communion Card

Hey Everyone

Can you believe it?  I’m posting a card that’s not for a challenge! It’s been ages since I’ve done this.

The reason for my card is that my niece celebrated her Holy Communion today and I thought I’d share the card I made for her.  As I don’t have any appropriate stamps for a communion card, and I left it too late to order some, I went on to My Digital Studio and purchased a soon to be retired Stampin’ Up! stamp set called Crosses of Hope.  It only cost me $2.50!!! I think I’m going to like this method of buying stamps – especially because this may be the only time I need a cross for the next two years.

After a bit of playing around with the size and the colour of the cross I came up with the following card:

Communion Card

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12 thoughts on “Communion Card

  1. Love your First Holly Communion card. It’s so pretty and appropriate for a girl. I’m going to need to make one before too long. I so enjoy following your blog-look forward to your postings as I love your style. I’m a hobby demonstrator as I’m not talented enough nor do I have the time to be a regular demonstrator due to my volunteer commitments. I’m also very slow at making cards! Thanks for sharing and keep up the great work!

  2. Even though I checked my e-mail, I just noticed I put an extra “l” in Holy…my apologies! My priest brother would have something to say about that!!!

  3. It’s a very sweet card and you have done a lovely layered and banner lay out for your design .

  4. Narelle I love this card .It. Is so. Perfect for a first communion I shall try to copy it , if you don’t mind..I just love it .you have made a beautiful card once again .

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