My father used to speak some Spanish to me when I was a little girl. I remember each night he said, Dame un beso (translated: Give me a kiss.). Te amo, meaning, I love you, in Spanish is beautiful written, spoken, and, obviously, translated.
Te amo became the inspiration for this layout.
The background patterned paper is DCWV, The Mademaiselle Stack.
I added the small journaling block to place a "W" monogram to represent my last name. (Cricut, Tie the Knot)
A small sticker separates the title from the monogram.
The biggest issue I found with using such a detailed patterned paper is to have the perfect coordinating cardstock. I happened to have just enough of a matching purple to cut my title and monogram.
Next time you create a card or layout using, "Thank You," try using the French, merci, or the Spanish, gracias. Want something really different? Check out this link for other options.