132 posts categorized "Thank You Card"

Thank You
by Dana Kirby


Hi Friends! I hope you all are doing well. I am back today with a clean and simple card to share with you all. This is such a fun and easy to technique and works well with so many PoppyStamp dies.


I started my card by die cutting the Intricate Leaf Square Frame three times from white cardstock. I stacked the frames and glued them together for a little dimension and stability. Next, I created a focal square by glueing thin strips of cardstock together and trimming them down into a square. I attached both of these elements onto an A2 card base.


For my sentiment, I used the Wild Rose Stamp Set. This set has gorgeous floral images along with lots of great sentiments too. I stamped my sentiment directly onto my card panel, keeping everything flat and perfect for mailing.


Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my card and I hope you give this technique a try. 

Dana Floral Signature copy






Brilliant Rings Background
by Marybeth Lopez



Hello and happy July to you, I hope it's going to.. only get better! :)

I wanted a sunny and bright card with warm summer colors, I love this honeycomb patterned paper . I had fun playing with Poppystamps : Brilliant Rings craft dies and Memory box Patterned paper .


I choose the patterned paper  from memory box : Springtime Bouquet and Garden Folly.

I cut a bunch up and then placed them where I wanted on my panel. When I liked where they were placed, I adhered them down .


After I had all the circles adhered to my panel I turned it over and trimmed with my paper cutter, as seen below. Very simple card and fun way to show off some of the patterned paper we all have .


I cut a strip of vellum and heat embossed my .. thank you ... sentiment from memory box : Wild Rose and die set.


This is a different kind of card for me.  I think since I have recently  taken quilting back up I wanted to blend patterned paper together like I do with fabric. 


I hope you are enjoying extra craft time as most of us are home more than normal. 

Take care and God bless.




Peony Garden
by Dana Kirby


Hi Friends! I hope you all are doing well. I am happy to be back sharing another card with you all. 


I started my card by using the gorgeous Peony Garden Corner Stamp Set. I stamped it in VersaFine Black Ink onto Open Studio Watercolor Paper. I added clear embossing powder and used my heat gun to melt the powder. 


Next, I added my color. I used Distress Ink in Picked Raspberry, Abandoned Coral, Worn Lipstick, Crushed Olive and Mowed Lawn. I pressed my ink cubes onto my craft mat and misted it with water. I then used a small piece of acetate to "pick up" the ink. Lastly, I smooshed the acetate down onto my card panel to transfer the color. Because I used a small piece of acetate I was able to control where the color went. Although I didn't worry too much, as I wanted the color to go outside of the lines and look "uncontrolled". Once my card was dry, I stamped my sentiment directly onto my card panel.


Thanks for joining me today. I hope I inspired you to give this technique a try. 

Dana Floral Signature copy






Peony Bouquet
By Jeanne Jachna


Hi friends!  I hope you're having a great day!  I'm noticing that the peonies in the garden are starting to get buds,  and can't wait to see them bloom!  That inspired me to pull out the Peony stamp set from Poppystamps.  I'm enjoying the warmer weather and watching the garden come to life.  There are new birds arriving at the feeders too!  My little backyard paradise is my quiet place that brings me peace of mind.  

I colored the Peony Bouquet with Copic Markers, but any media will do.  I don't think you need to be an expert at color blending to enjoy these clean line designs.  I color the petals in different shades of ink - no blending.  I used Copic R21, R22, R25, R27 and R29.  Copics are a good choice for me because I use them EVERY day.  I love that I can refill them when they run dry instead of purchasing a whole pack of markers. 


There is no matching die for this stamp set so I fussy cut the images before layering it on a Pierced Oval die cut.   The stamp set has several sentiments to choose from - I decided on a thank you because there are so many things I feel grateful for lately. 


The pretty background papers are from Memory Box!  They've been adding lots of pretty print papers and coordinating solid and dot mixed pads to their product offering.   A few enamel dots add a bit of color and shine - a little candy for the eyes.


I hope you find some simple pleasures to make you happy - whether it's a blooming spring flower or spotting a rabbit in the grass - or just the sun shining on your face!  Love and hugs to you! 

Jeanne Floral Signature copy
Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"



Thanks, You Are The Best
by Dana Kirby


Good Morning Friends! I hope you all are doing well. I am excited to be back with you all today to share a Thank You card. I am always needing a thank you card... so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to get one made and hopefully share a little inspiration too. Let’s get started, shall we?

I started my card by creating my background. I used the Fractal Diamond Stencil and Distress Oxide Ink in Black Soot. I sprayed the back of my stencil with Pixie Spray to hold it in place, and applied my ink directly onto my stencil and card panel in an even motion. I just love the detail of this stencil!


I set my background aside and began working on my Thanks layered sentiment. I began by glueing .25 inch strips onto a piece of thin copy paper in rainbow order. 


Next, I ran the strips through my die cutting machine with the Thanks Outline shadow die. 


Using the same Thanks Outline Die, I ran the top layer through my die cutting machine with white and black cardstock. I attached the two letters together, offsetting the black letter behind the white to create a shadow. Although the black shadow is a subtle detail, I think it helps my letters stand out a little more.


For my sentiment, I stamped You Are The Best from the You Are Awesome Stamp Set onto a black banner. I then added and heat set it with white embossing powder. This is such a great stamp set, it has the perfect sentiment for so many occasions. 


To finish my card, I trimmed down my ink blended card panel and attached it to an A2 card base. Lastly, I attached my Thanks and sentiment banner to my card front with foam adhesive.


Thanks for joining me today! I will be back soon to share another project with you all.

Enjoy your day,

Dana Floral Signature copy








Thank You Card
by Nadine Carlier

Thank You Card by Nadine Carlier

Hello! Nadine here today sharing a simple thank you card that I made.  I used the Double Stitch Rectangle Frames die to cut several frames out of the Rinea Blush Foiled Paper. I used the Garden Poppy Stitched Frame.

Thank You Card by Nadine Carlier 2

For the sentiment, I used the Scribble Thank You die also using the Rinea Blush Foiled Paper.

Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time!


Nadine Floral Signature copy