Elegant Thank You Card

Elegant Thanks Card

Elegant Thanks Card

This beautiful card really isn’t a hard one to make! You will need:

 

  • Red A4 Card
  • Piece of Beige Cardstock
  • Piece of Patterned Paper
  • Swirly Die Cut (I made mine with the Home Accent Essentials- Cricut)
  • 1 1/4″ Round Scallop Punch
  • Floral Pin
  • Small (1/8″) Adhesive Gems
  • Pop Dots
  • Silver Pen or small heart & Thank You Silver Stickers
  • Lace Border Punch
  • Brown Ink Pad
  • Small Piece of Salmon RibbonInstructions:Cut a piece of beige cardstock a little wider than the card front and make a lace edge on the right side.
    Cut a piece of patterned cardstock wide enough the fit on top of the beige cardstock, but not cover the lace edge. Glue together.
    On the top left edge, fold a small piece down and adhere with a foam dot. Ink all the edges with the brown ink pad before attaching this to the card front.
    Make or use a swirly die cut and ink the edges too according to your taste. <br> Make a scalloped circle from beige cardstock and also ink those edges. Place a small jewel around the edge on every other scallop.
    Tie a small bow from the salmon ribbon and push the floral pin through the know (this helps keep the knot from untying). Push the pin through the scalloped circle. If you don’t like the end sticking out, simply use a wire cutter and trim it.
    Adhere the swirly die cut to the card front using pop dots (you may have to cut them in half if your die cut is delicate like mine).
    Adhere the scalloped circle to the bottom right of the card. Write or place Thank You stickers and also a small heart to the top left corner where the paper is folded down.That’s it! A beautiful card for a beautiful friend :o) Happy craftingFor more fun card ideas and discount scrapbooking & card amking supplies, come visit me @  http://www.dinglefoot.com
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