Posts Tagged ‘Thank you card ideas’
This stamp set SERIOUSLY makes simple stamping SO EASY! I've found it's actually harder to make a stepped up card than a simple card with it. Go figure!
Now to go make 120 of them….! Good thing the focus is simple – I might actually have a shot at finishing them!
SUPPLIES USED: Lacey & Lovely Stamp Set, Raspberry Ripple Cardstock & Ink, Wild Wasabi Cardstock & Ink, Pumpkin Pie Ink, Jet Black StazOn Ink, Whisper White Cardstock, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Pierce Mat, Paper Piercing Tool, Stampin' Dimensionals and Brights Glimmer Brads.
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A couple of weeks ago I shared with you my Woodland Thanks set of simple cards… today I'm going to share another batch! These are the same Notecards that you can purchase already folded with envelopes – they just work wonders for quick and easy! But they can't do it alone… our Designer Paper is a must in order to add interest to the card but still have simplicity. Then I tied some ribbon around and on goes an image – easy peasy!
Now THAT'S the kind of stamping I'm taking about for the "Mom on the Go!" If you're anything like me and think that you just don't have time to put together some cards… Think again! Buy these items and you're good to go!
Here's a peak at these Note Cards… Priced at just $5.95!
These pre-scored cards make creating unique cards a breeze! Each card is scored for easy folding, and the packet comes with 20 cards and matching envelopes.
- 5" x 3-1/2" card (folded)
- 5-1/8" x 3-5/8" envelope
- Whisper White high quality cardstock
- Exclusive Stampin’ Up! envelope flap design
WHAT TO ORDER:
Note Cards (107311), Celebrations Designer Paper (117164), Bashful Blue Satin Ribbon (discontinued on August 31st, try Real Red 117286 or Old Olive 117292), Word Play Stamp Set (Wood – 120308, Clear – 120651)
I've been falling in love with our "Note Cards" that are a slightly smaller card size, but can still be put in the mail. I've been trying to keep up with sending out "thank yous" amidst the busy schedule – and they've been a life saver! Paired with some Designer Paper I've made some of the quickest cards in my history of stamping…. yet so darn cute! I've got about 3 different sets of them to share with you, today I'll share the ones done with Woodland Walk Designer Paper and save the rest for later!
WHAT TO ORDER:
Afterthoughts (Hostess Exclusive!), Note Cards (107311), Woodland Walk DSP (117389), Garden Green Cardstock (119928), Crumb Cake Cardstock (120953), Chocolate Chip Stampin' Write Marker (100071), Neutrals Brads (119736), 2" x 1-3/8" Oval Punch (119859), Chocolate Chip 5/8" Satin Ribbon (117287)
I'm now referring to the Syracuse Regional as "The Regional that Wasn't" – lol! Because I find I'm always wanting to share things from "The Regional" – but there wasn't actually a Regional! So these SWAPS are from the "Regional that Wasn't"!! A bunch of ladies that were attending and already had their SWAPS done mailed them so that we could still exchange some ideas. I still have about 40 SWAPS un-swapped… I think I'll have to sign up for an online SWAP somewhere!
Created by Kristen Koskie: Kristen used one of my favorite stamp sets in the Occasions Mini Catalog, Vintage Vogue! I love the simplicity of this card and what she's done to distress the Scallop Circle Punch and make it into a floral accent.
Created by Debbie Sowards: This stamp set "Simply Said", is an oldie but a goodie! It's been around the block for a while, but it never gets old to me. Every time I see a card done with it, I just say "Oh how I love that stamp set!" I just love Debbie's color selection of Sage Shadow, Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue and Chocolate Chip.
Created by Michelle Fairbrother: The top of this card that the flower is on is actually a flap that opens up and you can stick a gift card or note inside! Very cute. I also love how she created the flower itself by distressing circle layers – it looks like she did the same thing as Kristen did on the first card I showed and misted water on the cardstock to crinkle it up better. Her use of the Scallop Corner Punch is also very cleaver!
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