Floral Thanks

As promised here is another dose of inspiration for thank you cards, whether you want to send cards out for all those Christmas presents or a January Birthday this design would work well for both!

Thanks

By Isha Gupta
Supplies:
Chameleon Marker: Purple Grape (PR4), Crimson Red (RD4), Spring Meadow (YG3); Ink: Imagine Crafts/ Tsukineko (Memento Tuxedo Black, Peanut Brittle); Stamp: Winnie&Walter (The Big, The Bold and Extras), SugarPeaDesigns (Funky Wreath: All Seasons), Hero Arts (Designer Woodgrain); Die: Winnie&Walter (Katharine Cutaways); Cardstock: Neenah (White), Bazzill Card Shoppe (Red); Sequins: Gold
Instructions:

  1. Die-cut the mat layer, stamp using 2nd. generation* image using the woodgrain stamp (*this is where you ink the stamp and then stamp onto scrap paper before stamping the image you want – giving a lighter impression).
  2. Stamp the wreath using the same color ink as used for the woodgrain and then stamp the sentiment in black.
  3. Stamp all the flower images using black ink.Step_1
  4. Color the florals using Crimson Red and Purple Grape markers. Use the brush nib and an infusion time of between 4-8 seconds. Use Spring Meadow for the leaves, use brush nib and an infusion time of 9 seconds.Step_2
  5. Mat the wood layer using red cardstock and adhere to the card base.
  6. Fussy cut the flowers and leaves. Adhere them to the wreath using tombow glue and 3d foam.
  7. To finish adhere some gold sequins.

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Sadly this is our last design from our past design team member Isha, so please leave her some love in your comments today.

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1 Comment on “Floral Thanks”

  1. Regina Furman

    This is a beautiful card! I love the colors you chose, and how you chose to leave just the tips of the petal white. Thank you for all of your great projects you shared with us, and best wishes in your new ventures!

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