This ‘Thank Youcard is so easy to make, I grabbed the ‘Thanks‘ sentiment from the Vintage Verses stamp set from Stampin' Up! and then also added the Sycamore Street patterned paper and a couple of punches and accessories, then this card was done.

The Sycamore Street patterned paper is the Island Indigo color and so I started with that.  I then sort of did a play on using primary colors, I added in a red and yellow.  That gave me a color palette to start with.  The flowers are Daffodil Delight card stock with the Blossom Punch, a couple of circles out of Whisper White and Cherry Cobbler, and topped with a Daffodil Delight button that is finished with some Whisper White Baker's Twine – & the flower is done.

The Whisper White card stock was stamped with the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink and then I used my Borders Scoring Plate to create the cute scallops under it.  It is layered on Daffodil Delight card stock and tucked behind that is Cherry Cobbler card stock that was punched with the Scallops Border Punch.

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And remember, no nekked envelopes!  I used the same patterned paper for the envelope flap and then this card is done!

Remember that Sale-a-Bration ends tomorrow.  If you need anything else out of that catalog, grab it right away!  There is always a handful of people that will contact me a couple of days after it ends and ask if they can still get the SAB items.  And the answer is no, not because I don't like them, it is because it has ended.

To order any supplies that you need, you can visit my online store and after you have $50 in merchandise, it will prompt you to pick out a free item.  And as always, if you have any questions or need anything, feel free to contact me.

***  Also, have you liked my Facebook Page yet?  There will be a fun project posted only there in a handful of days, and you when you ‘like' my page, you will see it appear in your News Feed on FB.  You can jump over and do that now:  http://www.facebook.com/iteachstamping.

And I hope that you keep this card idea tucked away in your mental filing cabinet when you need to make a quick and easy Thank You card.

 

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