Today we are making a tri fold thank you card. This card is for a special person that lives in Serbia. The Mom of my dear friend Milena.
Our blog post today is a little different and includes a fun recipe that only the most patient and brave will attempt. But if you do it will be so worth it.
TRI FOLD THANK YOU CARD
The thank you card I share how to create in the video is featuring the Lovely & Lasting Bundle from Stampin’ UP! This bundle is super versatile and very easy to use.
I always appreciate a stamp set and a punch combo.
The next sample I have for you is using the brand new Storybook Gnomes Suite of products. These products will be available to purchase on July 1st from the “holiday” catalog.
Aren’t these Gnomes adorable? I created a Christmas card here, but the gnome set is perfect for any occasion. The sentiments aren’t just Christmas related.
Speaking of cute! Check out these desserts. In english they are called beehives. In Serbian they are called Kosnice. If you watch the video you can hear me attempt to pronounce the word.
This is our friend Lily, the mom of my dear friend Milena.
This recipe linked below was found on a blog that
Laura and I have wanted to learn how to make these little delectable treats for years and finally the stars aligned for us to get together while Lily was visiting from Serbia.
There are a couple of items in the video that you would need for the recipe that we’ve been unable to find. Laura even recently visited Bosnia with her husband, who is from Bosnia, and she could not find the cute little molds needed for this dessert.
We had a wonderful time making these desserts. A day spent with friends, laughing and making sweet treats is always a good day.
In case you are wondering, I still have some of these fabulous desserts in my freezer. I plan to make them stretch as long as possible.
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