I am going to my aunt and uncle's 50th anniversary celebration this coming weekend in Wisconsin. I was kind of stumped for what to make on their card. Call me a rebel, but I just didn't want to do the same old "golden" color scheme that all their other cards would be done in. I found this paper while I was searching through my stash and loved the wording on it. Well, that started my unusual color scheme for this 50th anniv. card. I wanted to leave a lot of the wording showing so I kept the concept simple. I wrapped two sheer ribbons around the first patterned paper and attached on the back with two-sided tape. I then embossed the 50 in a dark green embossing powder. I used a number set from Technique Tuesday. I then die-cut the frame using my Sizzix machine. The only gold I used on the card was the gold brads in the corners of the frame. It still needed something else and I found a cardstock tag that fit the theme and attached it with a couple of Stampin' Up dimensionals. I threw in a flower for good measure. The base of the card is made from two-sided paper so that the inside isn't so boring either. I just downloaded a verse I liked and printed it in a burgundy ink. I also inked all the edges in pewter ink. Hopefully they will like it, as unusual as it is.