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by Ronell Ryan
(Parow, South Africa)

Handmade Confirmation Card

Handmade Confirmation Card

Here is a card I made for a neighbour's daughter's confirmation. The colour scheme for her celebration was turquoise.



Oh, Ronell, what a clever idea. It looks as though you used some Bible text to make your own image here. Did you stamp the praying hands, then water colour a bit on the sleeve? It is all very effective.

Turquoise is such a striking colour. It looks great with the whites and grays of the images. And I think you used silver accents on two of the corners?

Thank you for sharing another lovely card idea with us, Ronell.

Have a blessed day

PS: Readers, for a sweet gift to add with your handmade confirmation cards, make a Blessing Box too. You could decorate your box with handmade paper butterflies or some handmade paper flowers and a Bible verse. The box could be made in your own colour scheme as well to match in with your card.

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Apr 24, 2012
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by: Ronell

Hi Susan

Yes, I did copy a page from the Bible to use on the card. I stamped the praying hands and water coloured the sleeves.

For the corners, I used 'corner stickers".

Have a lovely 'crafty day.' I am off to work.


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