I'm going out on a limb here by assuming that my brother and sister-in-law have opened their wedding gifts. It's been a few days since they've returned from their honeymoon...I think I'm safe :)
A month before the wedding, I asked Jess if there was anything in particular she needed gift-wise. She asked me to make her some 'Thank You' cards. Uhhhh, buying paper, ribbon, cuttlebug supplies, ink and an embossing tool for an actual purpose?! SWEET BEANS! I think it was my first guilt-free trip to the craft store ever.
I ended up making four different designs, 48 in total. I thought if I just did one style I would get bored. The 'thanks' lettering comes from the 'Olivia' alphabet set (by Provo Craft, aka Cuttlebug). I found it on sale at Walmart and from what I gather, it's becoming hard to find. I'm thinking Ebay or Amazon is your best bet to nab one.
I left the little embossed birdies blank in the event they don't need all the cards. These little babies can be used as regular note cards.
Oh man, I love my cuttlebug. I used it to cut the 'thanks' lettering, flowers and decorative frame and emboss the paper. *Sigh* that was a magical afternoon.