Handmade Thank You Cards




About: Currently living in South Korea teaching English to 1,200 middle school girls. Originally from Cupertino, California but attended university in San Diego and studied for a semester in Barcelona, Spain. I ...

What you will need:

Solid Color Cardstock 7x14
Embellished Pattern Cardstock 6x6
Glue or double stick tape
Flower template
Thank You Stamp
Ink Pad

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Step 1:

1. Fold the solid color cardstock in ½ making a card.  Then take your patterned paper and glue the 6x6 square on the front of the card.

Step 2:

2. Cut out your flowers to create a 3 dimensional flower. The petals can be solid cardstock, patterns to compliment your card. Scraps from other projects are perfect for this-always save them!  Glue the flower on the top left corner.

Step 3:

3. On a contrasting color square of cardstock (2.5x1) stamp ‘thank you’ on that and place on the bottom right of the card.

I bought my stamp for just $5 on this website: http://store.scrapbooking-warehouse.com/329801.html?cmp=froogle&kw=329801

*Just be sure to give the ink plenty of time to dry before gluing it on the card because it tends to smudge.You have made a one-of-a-kind homemade card that costs much less than a generic hallmark card.

Step 4:

You have made a one-of-a-kind homemade card that costs much less than a generic hallmark card!  I hope these pictures provide you with some inspiration!

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    This is so cute!! I'm going to slightly adapt the design to make a lovely birthday card for my Auntie.