Posted on 15th October 2020 by Linzi Caie
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Design Team, Thank You Cards

It's nice to show people that you are grateful for them and all they do for you, which is exactly why I made this neutral themed card!

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You will need the following card making supplies and craft supplies from Papermill Direct:

You will also need:

  • Waffle Flower - "Peony Bouquet" stamp set
  • Simon Says Stamp - "Thankful Flowers" stamp set
  • Ink It Up! ink in Chocolate Brown
  • Wow! Embossing powder in White
  • Versamark ink
  • Brown/champagne coloured gems

  1. For this card I started by taking a piece of the Kraft Materica card and cut and folded it to the above size to create my card base.
  2. I then took a piece of Mocha Brown Plain card and cut it to 4⅛" x 5⅜" and adhered it to my card base using Anitas PVA Tacky Glue.
  3. I decided to use the Buff Smooth card for my main panel so I cut it down a piece to 4" x 5.25" and using the Waffle flower "Peony Bouquet" and Ink It Up! ink in Chocolate Brown, I stamped the flowers and foliage onto the card panel, covering as much of it as I could. Once the ink has dried, I glued this to my card base.
  4. I decided to heat emboss the sentiment I chose from the Simon Says Stamp "Thankful Flowers" stamp set onto some Dark Green Plain card using Wow! Embossing Powder's white embossing powder. I then glued the sentiment to the card. I felt like the card needed a little more interest, so I took a small sentiment strip and heat embossed it (again using Wow! Embossing Powder's white embossing powder) onto the Mocha Brown Plain card and adhered it just below my main sentiment.
  5. The final step was adding some gems for some sparkle!

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I hope you enjoyed this fun thank you card!

Tagged: design team, floral, flower, Thank You, friendship card, amazing

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