Thursday, 2 August 2018

Three Thank You Cards

Good morning friends

I love these solid stamps by Newton's Nook, so used them here for my first thank you card today. The stamps were inked with markers rather than an ink pad.

The thanks was die cut from recycled stamp packaging. I always liked the pretty backing card that came with Verve Stamps and saved them to re-use on my projects.

My next card started as a CHA 'make & take' at the Marvy Uchida booth. That is where I fell in love with the Marvy LePlume II markers I use so often. When I got home, I die cut the stamped & coloured piece into a circle and added a brown circle frame and a stamped & die cut banner. The whole thing was popped up on a woodgrain background stamped card base.

Next is just a sweet and simple Thank You card using a puffy sticker bell jar shaker sticker from my stash. A die cut thanks, doily and pale pink panel and the card was finished.

Since I was running low on thank you card these ones went into my stash.

Supplies for Cactus Thank You Card:
Pink and white card stocks
Cactus stamps - Newtons Nook
Kleenex box
Thanks die - Lawn Fawn
Marvy lePlume II markers
Dashing Rectangle dies - Elizabeth Craft Designs

Supplies for Rustic Thank You Card:
Water colour paper
Image - Art Impressions
Marvy lePlume II Markers
White and brown card stocks
Stitched frame circle die - MFT Stamps
Woodgrain background stamp - Stampin' Up
Fun foam
Banner stamps and dies - Stamps Of Life
Distress Oxide Inks

Supplies for Bell Jar Thank You Card:
Pink card stock's
Wonky stitched rectangle dies - MFT Stamps
Doily - Stampin' Up
Sticker - K & Company
Thanks die - Lawn Fawn

Thanks for stopping by today

1 comment:

StampOwl said...

You have been busy, great cards