Thank You card

I stumbled across this cool card and remembered that I made it during a busy period and I don’t *think* I ever got around to sharing it!

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Basically? Sprayed 2 pieces of paper with Tim Holtz distress spray stain (so amazing…). Then took one and die cut the “thank you”. Took the other and embossed it. The embossed one got a GENEROUS spray of gold mist. Then dark green ink over the raised areas. The die? I mounted it onto cardstock and rubbed a bit of green ink around. Cut out so the heart shape was outlined with a bit od edge.  Then I coated the die with glossy accents, sprayed gold, and attached it to my card.

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So simple, and so much fun to make. Also? The PERFECT timing to find it because I am able to say thank you to all you lovely readers who are always encouraging and supporting me and helping me keep on track. I so appreciate that! Still sick over here… but the kiddo feels better.  And hey, holiday break is just 2 more school days away… pajama party, anyone?


It’s “DieCember” at Simon Says Stamp and I have to mention it because the project I shared today features one of my favorite dies!

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Tune in tomorrow for a project with one of the new dies!

7 thoughts on “Thank You card”

  1. Beautiful card. Really lovely, and looks like it was fun to make. Glad your daughter’s better. Can’t wait to see your next project. Michelle t

  2. What a fun card! Looking forward to trying a version of it since I just got that stencil. I was amazed when I counted up how many Tim Holtz stencils I own!
    Thanks for keeping it real with us and I hope you all are well very soon! Being sick at Christmas time is no fun (speaking from experience here).
    A Merry Christmas to you and all of your family.
    I am looking forward to your reports from CHA (if you are attending this year)!

  3. Love your card its beautiful and I love how you think outside the box.
    I too hope you all feel better soon.

  4. Oh I do hope everyone is feeling better over there! I was just thinking today would be a great pajama today – cold & gray here in Texas, all the shopping’s done, there’s some FUN new papers waiting for me in the craft room, and there are plenty of cold Coca-Colas in the fridge! 🙂

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