Thank You Card Set with Josefine

Catherine CP Designs, Gallery, Projects, Thank You

Hi everyone, today I’d like to share a set of “Thank You” cards with you using stamps from the Wild & Wonderful release. They are super easy to create in bulk, so you always have some on hand.

I started by stamping the BFF background stamp with Versamark onto a 4 ¼ x 5 ½ piece of cardstock and then heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. Next I picked the Limoncello ink as well as Tiara, Tiki Torch, Orange Twist and Tutti Frutti and blended them from light to dark onto the paper.

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The background stamp must have had some ink left on it, so I ended up having some pink areas on the background. Also, the embossing powder didn’t set perfectly crisp. I like it when things don’t turn out perfect as it gives them a grungy look and because I love mixed media type cards, I actually loved the result.

Catherine’s inks blend beautifully, so I didn’t need to go back and forth several times to make the colors blend together. Once was more than enough.

After I was done, I cut the piece of card stock in three identical sized pieces.

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For the first card, I adhered the strip on the left side of the long edge and stamped the “THX” from the “Note of Thanks” stamp set to the bottom right. I also added a few of the leaves and stars from the same set around it.

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A black strip of paper added a little contrast to the second card. I adhered the second piece to the bottom and stamped “a note of thanks”. Then I wrapped some black bakers twine around it.

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Card number 3 needed a little sparkle, so I decided to heat emboss the “thank you” in white, adhered it with the colored strip of paper to the bottom of the card and added a little, shiny heart next to it.

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These are just a few ideas on how you could decorate a set of thank you cards. Of course, there are a lot more options, including the use of different colors or adding more texture to the background.

I hope you enjoyed my inspiration and can use the ideas for your own creations.

Thanks so much for stopping by.


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