Today I am taking part in my very first blog hop ever! I am so excited to share my customer Thank You card for December. I am using a stamp set from the annual catalog today called Very Versailles. It is a really pretty set that I have not used in a while. It is a simple card that works well to mass produce. Here is how I did it:
I stamped the word stamp from the Very Versailles stamp set in Polished Pink ink all over the card front for a tone on tone look. I cut a piece of DSP from the Pansy Petal DSP and adhered that to a panel of Evening Evergreen, then ran some of the Evening Evergreen 3/8" Open Weave Ribbon across the center of the panel and adhered to the back with adhesive. I then adhered this to the card front with Stampin' Seal. I took a scrap of the Polished Pink CS and Evening Evergreen CS and used the Tailored Tag punch to punch out one of each color. I stamped the Thank You sentiment in the center of the die cut and stamped leaves from the large leaf stamp around the bottom edges in Evening Evergreen ink. I cut the Evening Evergreen die cut in half horizontally and adhered to the back of the stamped die cut. I adhered this to the center of the card front over the ribbon with dimensionals.
For the inside of the card, I stamped the large leaves stamp in Evening Evergreen ink in the lower left corner of a Very Vanilla panel, going off the edge. I adhered this to an Evening Evergreen mat and then into the card inside.
I repeated the stamped leaf step in the lower left corner of the envelope front and adhered a piece of DSP to the envelope flap with Tombow glue and trimmed down the excess. In no time, I had a stack of cards to send to my customers who shopped with me this month. I thought it was a pretty card; hopefully they will like it too!
If you want to recreate these cards, the measurements and supplies I used are below. If you need any supplies you can click on the item to be taken straight to that item in my online store to shop with me for whatever you need.
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Cardstock (CS) & Designer Series Paper (DSP):
Polished Pink CS – 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4" - card base; scrap for card front sentiment die cut
Evening Evergreen CS - 5 3/8" x 4 1/8" - card inside mat; 5 1/2" x 2 1/4" - Card front mat; scrap for card front sentiment mat
Very Vanilla CS - 1 @ 4 x 5¼” - card inside
Pansy Petals DSP - 5 1/2" x 2 1/2" - card front mat; 2 1/4" x 6" - envelope flap
Thank you, Vicky.Delete
So beautiful, I love how you stamped on the inside!ReplyDelete
So bright and happy! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Trish.Delete
These will brighten the day of all of your customers.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Chris. I hope so! :)Delete
Love these Cards. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Glad you liked them!Delete
Welcome Laurie! Beautiful cards and I love that you stamped the insides and envelopes too! Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop this month.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! I love the bright colors and really like the Versailles stamp on the inside - it's one of my favorite stamps!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty cards Laurie, love the background embossing xReplyDelete
Your card is so pretty. And I love how you decorated the inside. I'm alway looking for new ideas!ReplyDelete
Pretty and colourful cards. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Beautiful, love the Polished Pink! Welcome to blog hops - aren’t they fun 🙂ReplyDelete