Thank You Duck Card


Posted on 22nd May 2021 by Vicki Poulton
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Hi, Vic here today I’m sharing a sweet thank you card today.

Products Used:

White Card Super Smooth 250gsm

Celeste Sirio Colour Card 290gsm

Woodstock Giallo Card 285gsm

Spring Green Plain Card 240gsm

You will also need:

Stamps Lucky Duck (Time For Tea Designs)

Grass Border Die

Alphabet Die (Create A Smile Stamps)

Butterfly Die (La-La Land Crafts)

Cloud Stencil (Time For Tea Designs)

Square Nesting Dies (Uniquely Creative)

Scalloped Nesting Dies (Uniquely Creative)

Copic Markers

Distress ink

To start with I made a 6x6 card base using White Card Super Smooth 250gsm.

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I then die cut 2 squares in White Card Super Smooth 250gsm. One die will be smaller than the 6x6 card and the next square is half an inch smaller than the first. I then die cut a square scalloped piece using Celeste Sirio Colour Card 290gsm. I adhered the first square onto my card piece then the blue scalloped piece and then the smaller square over this.

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using a piece of Spring Green Plain Card 240gsm I die cut a grass border and adhered this onto the square die cut piece.

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I trimmed the edges of the grass off and I then adhered this onto my card.

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I then used my stencil and distress ink to add some pink fluffy clouds to my background.

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Once all my pieces are adhered to my card base I stamped and coloured all my images. I then trimmed them out and adhered my images onto my card. For the thank you I die cut the words Thank You using my alphabet die and a piece of Woodstock Giallo Card 285gsm. I adhered these onto my card using pva glue.

Your card is now complete.


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