Obviously, I'll be scrapping photos from Trevor's confirmation and will post the layout here when I do. Today I'm sharing five cards I made: one which I gave to Trevor's mentor as a thank you from me, and four more that Trevor is using to write thank-you notes for gifts he received. Affiliate links below.
This is the card for Stu:
I used a white card base, layered a piece of brown cardstock on that, then added a white layer embossed with swirls. Finally, I adhered a die-cut cross. On the inside, I used a heart punch on embossed white cardstock, then layered a die-cut sentiment on top.
Here are the cards Trevor will be using:
By happy coincidence, my friend Ann hosted a virtual cardmaking class for the congregation the same day as Trevor's ceremony. She provided kits that we picked up from her front porch, which made it so easy for crafters of all levels of experience to create along with her. They're intended as Easter cards, but they work just as well as thank-you cards for confirmation gifts.
The top cards each feature a die cut over patterned paper. The bottom left is also a die cut over patterned paper, with iridescent sequins on it. The card on the bottom right is a stamped cross, heat-embossed in white, with watercolors painted over it and more sequins. It was a lot of fun making them, and even more fun chatting with my fellow congregants as I did.