Thank You Card Set
by Nancy Penir


February brings the hope of Spring, and I'm here today with some ideas for easy, fun stamping.


I love doing cards in multiples, especially for giving gifts. A set of thank you cards (A1 size) is the perfect appreciation to give a friend. Or a neighbor who fed the cats while you were away?


I selected one of my favorite Poppy stamp sets, Little Kindnesses, and a Poppy tag die, marking off the die, lightly with a pencil. Here's where the fun starts. Using my Misti, each card is placed and stamped one after another, in an assembly line. 


Here's a look at all the elements before the card is assembled. Each tag is inked a different color, 6 total.


I placed my tag in the Misti for placement of the bee trail as well.

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The large die cut flower is copic colored, coordinated with the tag, and adhered to the tag. If you look closely, you can see I glued only the center of the flower so I could curl up the petals slightly. Finishing touches include the script die cut and some Nuvo drops.


Don't forget the envelopes! So easy to decorate them with the Misti too!


Packaged together with a ribbon, a sweet way to say, 'thank you'. And great therapy for a cold winter's afternoon. How nice to have several of these sets on hand, ready to go.


I hope this post today brought you a bit of Spring sunshine. And I hope you're feeling crafty, no matter the temp outside!

Nancy Floral Signature copy




Oh, they are so sweet!!! Really adorable, thanks for sharing!

Nancy, this card set so absolutely lovely. The die cut overlay piece is such a great idea. tfs

What a pretty little set you've created Nancy! I like the coloring book look of the images in the background. These are delightful!

Hi Nancy, These cards are so cute, I love the bee trail, and a brilliant idea.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Great design, Nancy! Love your set of cards!

Thanks for the touch of spring! Cards are beautiful!

So beautiful...just love your sweet notes!

Nancy these are beautiful! Love the fun colors you chose and you were smart to make many.

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