Thursday, May 29, 2008

Variations on thank you

I needed to make some end-of-school thank you cards from the PTO to the secretaries at my son's school. Using some scraps and a simple design, I was able to whip these up in no time! (Judy, shield your eyes if you're browsing my blog!!)



So, so simple but so, so cute! I started with 1-1/2" squares of designer series paper and mounted them onto a 3-1/2" square of cardstock. I stamped the "thank you" sentiment from the new Fresh Cuts stamp set (will be featured in the Fall-Winter Idea Book & Catalog!) on cardstock and punched them out using the large oval punch. The square and sentiment were then mounted using stampin' dimensionals. Easy, peasy!

Stamps: Fresh Cuts
Cardstock: Groovy Guava, Close to Cocoa, Soft Sky (#1), Pretty in Pink, Purely Pomegranate (#2) and Bashful Blue, Real Red (#3)
Ink: Close to Cocoa (#1), Purely Pomegranate (#2), Real Red (#3)
Accessories: large oval punch, stampin' dimensionals

3 comments:

kraftykathy1 said...

great layout, and way to use your scraps!

paul profitt said...

Great stuff.
I just found your blog and love it.
Look forward to reading more.
please take a look @ my website
www.papercraft-ideas.com

Marilyn said...

What a great way to use up pieces of DS paper! Love this!! Thanks for sharing!

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