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Monday, September 10, 2012

A (Pretty) Quick Thank You Card

Made a quick (for me) Thank You card for a friend's generosity and am sharing with you (after we've put it in the mail).






Stampin' Up! products used:  Pool Party and Island Indigo inks, Naturals card stock in Ivory, Island Indigo card stock, 'thank you" from You're My Type stamp set (1/4/12 - 4/30/12 occasions mini catalog), Labels Collection Framelits, and  Bitty Banners Framelits.

Star background is created by sponging Pool Party through star punchinella from Gauche Alchemy, sold through Art Fire.

The multiple "thank you" background stamp is by Inkadinkado -- pretty sure I got it at Hobby Lobby either on sale or with a coupon.

The Mimbres frogs is a stamp I've had for years -- sorry, could not find a current site for it.

I am not a representative of or a design team member of any of these companies, but I sure appreciate them all!

14 comments:

  1. Such a cool card!!! I love the multiple Thank You's and those frogs are AWESOME! Punchinella masks are the best. Thank you for sharing with us on our GA page!

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  2. Great card! I too use the GA punchinella for masks & love the way it comes out. Thank you for sharing your wonderful card on the GA FB page.

    Smiles~
    Marilyn

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    1. Thanks! Was nervous about "putting it out there" ....but did promise.

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  3. I'm such a loser when it comes to cards, I leave it to the experts such as yourself! :D This is awesome! :D

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    1. Oh, Maggie! I know what you mean, but it's not true. I call myself the "remedial student" in my card group, 'cause everyone else has been making cards longer than I have and do such creative work.

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  4. Excellent use of punchinella as a stencil!

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  5. That is a super nice looking card - great design!

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    1. Thank you! Always a good feeling when a design in your head turns out OK on paper .

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  6. Love it, such cute frogs but I especially like how you did the b/g with punchinella, looks Fab!

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