‘many thanks’ card

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How about a project I just made… and how to do it?

All supplies can be found in the Spring/Summer Stampin’ Up Catalog. Contact me with any questions.

Cardstock used:

Wild Wasabi for main card

Apricot Appeal for scallop circle

Stamps used:

Stampin’ Around Baroque Border

Baroque Motifs

Many Thanks (from SAB)

Circle of Friendship (envelope)

Ink Used:

Mellow Moss

Old Olive (sentiment and border)

Tools Used:

Scallop Circle Punch

Crop-a-dile

Accessories:

Apricot Appeal Grosgrain Ribbon

Glorious Green Eyelets

Instructions:

Fold a peice of 4 1/4 x 11 Wild Wasabi cardstock in half.

Ink Stampin’ Around Baroque Border Wheel in Old Olive and roll along the center crease of the cardstock.

ink large stamp from Baroque Motifs in Mellow Moss ink and stamp image as you like in the top center of the card making sure not to overlap the border.

Ink Many Thanks stamp from Lots of Thoughts with Old Olive on Apricot Appeal paper, then use Scallop Circle punch to cut out the stamped image.

Use adhesive to affix scallop circle image to the bottom right of the card, overlapping a vine from the Baroque Motif image.

Punch 2 holes in the top right corner with Crop-o-dile 1/16″ punch.

Use 2 Glorious green eyelets and punch into place with Crop-o-dile with the eyelet setter.

Use approx 4-5 inches of Apricot Appeal grosgrain ribbon to thread through the eyelets so the ends come out the front of the card.

Create a knot or bow. Click here for a tutorial on the “Pretty Knot” that I made. It might take a few tries.

Optional: stamp ‘thank you’ image from Circle of Friendship stamps on center flap of envelope
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