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Just A Note!
by Candice Crawford

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Happy Friday Crafty Friends! 

Hope everyone is doing well and looking forward to the long holiday weekend here in the US. My thank you card stash was getting low, so I decided to replinish my stash and make a few note cards. This note card die from Poppystamps is a staple die for making quick and easy Thank you cards or general A2 size note cards. 

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The supplies I used are the Stitched Envelope die, the Double Stitched Rectangle Frames die, which is my go to die for all of my cards, and lastly the Greeting Basics Stamp set. I used a small heart punch from my stash to add the teeny tiny white heart to the envelope flap. 

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I die cut the stitched envelopes from a rainbow of scrap papers from my stash. Then I die cut the stitched rectangle frame from some white cardstock. I assembled each envelope with some liquid glue then popped them up on some foam tape for added dimension. The sentiment was stamped with Versfine Onyx Black ink. The entire card panel came together by  reassembleing the white frame onto a white A2 size card base with the envelopes attached. 

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I hope you all have enjoyed today's card share and found some inspiration. Until next time, Happy Crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Comments

Hi Candice, This is such a beautiful card with lovely colours, I adore the stitched envelopes they are so cute.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

I really like the simplicity and the bright colors on this card! I was surprised, though, that none of the dies you used, nor the stamps are available???

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