Make a Thank You Card For a Friend

Need to ever make a thank you card for a friend?  I hope so, or else you need better friends LOL!

All kidding aside, making a thank you card for a friend when they have done either something very big for you or even something small is not only a great way to make that person feel appreciated, but it also helps firm up your friendship.

For this card, I am going with a black and white monochromatic color palette.  You can take this project and keep it as it is, or make one simple change and make it more masculine.  (I LOVE cards like that, don't you?)

This project is also great for using up scraps of patterned paper.  If you don't have any of those, I simply can't relate to you at all 🙂

After the video, there is a complete list of supplies and dimensions.


The Project

Here is what you are going to learn how to make today:


Thank You Card For a Friend


VIDEO: Make a Thank You Card For a Friend





The Supplies

Let's take two seconds and go over the supplies.  I am using the Botanical Butterflies paper that is a Sale-a-Bration item.  That means you can't buy it, but you can choose it as a free item during SAB.  And free is a very good price!

To order any of these supplies, simply click on an image below.  You are ordering from me, and I appreciate it!


The Dimensions

Other than our patterned paper circles, you will want these dimensions for your card stock:

  • Whisper White:  4″ x 5-1/4″; 4-1/4″ x 11″; scrap
  • Basic Black: 1/2″ x 3″


Pin It For Later

There you have it!  You have now learned the card and seen just how easy it is to make on your own.  Simply pin this graphic below to your I Teach Stamping with Meg board on Pinterest so you can easily find this project again.



Thank You

Thank you so much for joining me today.  I hope you are inspired to make a thank you card for a friend.  I am sure there is someone you can say that to and why do combine the thought with your favorite hobby.  Check back soon for more card making ideas and inspiration, Meg


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