I was inspired this week to make a cute Thank You card. I wanted to use an older stamp that I had not used in awhile. Flipping through some of my saved photos on my phone, I found inspiration from Su Mohr. Her beautiful card was a sympathy card so I adapted and made my own.

I cut the Pear Pizzazz at 4 1/4 x 11 and scored it at 5 1/2. The Highland Heather piece is cut at 4 x 5 1/4 and attached at an angle to the base. Subtle 6×6 piece in Soft Sea Foam is cut at 3 3/4 x 5 and again, offset to your liking. I added the Square Vellum Doilie next. The Rose was stamped in Purple Posy and then Highland Heather. I took the outlining stamp from the set and stamped that in Highland Heather. The leaf stamp was used in Pear Pizzazz and both cut out from the Wild Rose Dies. I then cut out the word “thanks” from gold foil sheet with the Well Written dies. The gold hoop was attached by a thin line of glue to the front, and the rose and leaves were placed on dimensionals on top of the hoop. The “thanks” was then added with spots of glue. It really was a very easy card to make.

Here are my ingredients…

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A reminder! The Butterfly Bouquet collection is now available. My last blog gives you details on what is included in the Collection that you can purchase as one collection or individually.

Also, coming up is our NEW ANNUAL CATALOG! It will come out in May 4th, 2021! The current Annual Catalog is good through May 3, 2021. If you would like to join my team as a demonstrator, we get to preview it March 24th and can pre-order April 1st! Just one of the advantages of being a demonstrator for Stampin’ Up! Woo Hoo! I will begin establishing my mailing list for the new catalogs this month. If you would like a catalog, be sure to let me know. I will be emailing some of my customers to see if they still would like to receive the catalog.

Well, on to more card making…until then,

Be kind to one another and make time for Creating With Paper.

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