Many Thanks

A sweet friend, and fellow cardmaker, recently gave me a box filled with towels, dishcloths, and aprons for our newly remodeled kitchen. There’s something so nice about using brand new kitchen linens! 

This set from Stampin’ Up called Apron of Love, with matching Apron Builder Framelits Dies, was the perfect set to use for a thank you card!

The apron and apron strings are die cut from black card stock and the front pocket from striped card stock. The utensils are stamped with red ink on white card stock and trimmed close. To assemble the apron, attach the strings to the back of the apron and the pocket to the front with foam tape. Then slip the utensils into the pocket and attach them to the apron.

To make the card, adhere a panel of black card stock to a white card. Dry emboss a panel of white card stock with a Swiss Dots folder – this one is from Cuttlebug. Attach to the card over the black card stock. Attach the apron to the card with foam tape.

Stamp “many thanks” from Itty Bitty Greetings from Stampin’ Up with red ink on white card stock. Punch with a label punch. (Here’s a similar one.)Punch another label from black card stock. Cut in half and layer to sentiment label, leaving a little of the black showing on each side. Attach to the card with foam tape.

This is such a cute stamp set – it would be great to use for tags on gifts from your kitchen for the holidays!

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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