Who's ready for a cute thank you card idea that you can make?
If your hand is up, then this is for you!
I went with a favorite color combination of mine: Real Red, Daffodil Delight, and Coastal Cabana
Of course you can use whatever colors you would like.
I love this sentiment and die bundle so much, so I had to use it. Look at how versatile this set is:
The main reason I bought this bundle, and why I recommend it, is because of the coordinating die set. I love that you can use the stamp set with the dies or without.
When you take that bundle, and that color combination, here's one idea of what you can make:
How cute is this card?
I love the heart dies that I used so much. While there are heart dies in the Wonderful Thoughts bundle, these are from the Radiating Stitches dies.
Look at what that texture on the hearts adds to this card:
It makes a big difference! (Trust me, I used both sets of dies and the Radiating Stitches was the big winner.
With the dry embossing, I went with two different folders – and they are my current favorite two folders. They come in a set of 3. I will say that the 3rd one, the one not used, is my least favorite. I've used it enough to feel like I've gotten my money's worth out of it, but would gladly pay extra for the other two they are that great. So since they come in a pack of 3, it's a winner set any way you look at it.
In A Time Crunch?
I don't know about you, but this time of year is craaaa-zzzyyy busy. Like insane. So any card that I can make in under 15 minutes is the way to go for sure. It's the time of year that Emily needs the most cards for her charity work and for her friends getting ready to go back so school.
During this time, I am a card making fool!
This card is one you can easily make in under 15 minutes. You don't need a lot of supplies to make this card.
AND… all you have to do is change up the sentiment and BOOM – completely different card.
So what I did was this….
I turned on Bridgerton and die cut a lot of hearts of different colors. Then I cut my card stock layers. Then I spent a bit more time doing all of my dry embossing.
While running errands, and Emily driving, I assembled these cards in the car. Then all I have to do when we need a card is pull out one of these cards and stamp a sentiment in a coordinating color. Such a time saver!!!
If you want to do the same, here's a list of the supplies you will need…
Here's the list of supplies you will need to make this card. I have highlighted the supplies that really set this card apart. To order these, simply click on an image or link, use the host code below to earn free tutorials from me 🙂