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Handmade Thank You Cards

Making handmade thank you cards is so much more meaningful than buying one at the store and putting it next to your broccoli in your cart right?

What can be the challenge is coming up with different ideas so that you aren’t sending the same card to the same person over and over again.

Today’s project is an idea that I so very much love as it mixes my favorite elements together:

  • Gingham
  • Mixed Font Sentiment
  • Bow

 

With that being said, let’s take a look at the project:

 

Handmade Thank You Cards | The Final Project

 

 

You might be wondering where the bow is…. I was too after all the photos were edited and ready to go. I grabbed the WRONG card to photograph, but the video does show it 🙂

Before we dive in, let’s review the supplies.

(what you can’t tell is that I said that in my terrible game show host voice and that I always feel that Vanna should pop out of the computer to show us around, lol!)

The Supplies

We don’t need a lot of supplies to make this. To make this card along with me, here is what you will need to order. To order any of these, simply click on an image below.

 

The only supply not listed is the 10 Second Bow Maker. If you struggle with tying bows, this is the tool for you!

The Dimensions

Here is the dimensions for this project:

  • Whisper White: 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”; 2” x 5-1/4”
    Gingham Gala Patterend Paper: 4” x 5-1/4”
    Highland Heather: 1/2” x 5-1/4” (2)

 

How to Make This Handmade Thank You Cards’ Video:

 

 

That’s it! And remember that this stunning Gingham Gala patterned paper comes in five different colors. So you can make it whichever color you want or….

 

Take It One Step Further

Have you ever made a gift set of cards for someone? With this layout, and with there being five different colors, make one of each color and then tie them up with a pretty ribbon to give as a gift. Everyone needs thank you cards! They make wonderful hostess gifts too.

Handmade Thank You Cards | Love that scallop edge

 

Your Turn

Now it’s your turn to make these handmade thank you cards. Order your supplies using the links above, when you order from me, you are directly helping to support this blog and support my family – and I so appreciate you!

 

Pin It For Later

Wanna easily find this project later for when your supplies arrive? I thought you might. Here is a Pinterest graphic just for you!

 

Handmade Thank You Cards for Pinterest

 

Thank You

Thank you so much for joining me for today’s handmade thank you cards video. I hope you not only enjoyed it but that it inspires you to create. The more we create, the happier we are. So let’s be happy! See you in the next project!