Thank you Cards

Sending love, hugs and lots of Thanks

Happy World Cardmaking Day, friends!

I am back again today with my second post of the day. This is very unusual, but I am very happy that I got to play with this Beautiful Flowers 2 Stamp Set by Simon Says Stamp!


I bought this stamp set for quite a while now and I finally got the chance to play with it. I am making this card for all my crafty friends out there for this special World Cardmaking Day! Sending you guys love, hugs, and lots of thanks! Continue reading “Sending love, hugs and lots of Thanks”

Thank you Cards

Thank you for your kindness

Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Today’s card features Studio Katia, Lovely Blooms!


I stamped the flowers with a Copic friendly ink, Hero Arts, Intense Black onto a Neenah Solar White card stock (80 lbs).  I colored the image with Copic Markers (YG13, 17, 61, 63, and 67, Y11, 13 and 15, YR 04, 09, and 24 and R39) and fussy cut the image out.

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Thank you Cards

Thank You

Happy Sunday everyone! Today, I am sharing this thank you card I made for a friend.  I used Altenew – Mother’s Love flower stamp set.  I stamped the flower on a Mama Elephant’s creative tag die and colored it with Copic markers.  I blended another tag die with Distress Oxide inks and put both of them on the front of the card.  I also used the same flower stamp to make my own pattern paper for both the outside and inside of the card.



The sentiment inside of the card is from Pretty Pink Posh – Thoughtful Greetings.  I finished the card by adding some Lucy’s jewels.


Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!


Supplies: Altenew – Mother’s Love, Pretty Pink Posh – Thoughtful Greeting,  Copic Markers, RV13, RV17, RV52, RV55, YG13 and YG17, Altenew Crisp Inks – Frosty Pink and Distress Oxide Inks – worn lipstick, picked raspberry and cracked pistachio.


Thank you Cards

Teacher card

Hello everyone!

Teacher appreciation time! Today I am sharing some thank you cards I made for my daughter’s teachers. I used Simons Says Stamp Deco Diamonds for the background, heated them with Heroarts embossing powder, and blended it with Distress Oxide inks. Simple but I had so much fun making them!


Thanks for stopping by my blog and see you next time!