Flower Thank You Card

Hi friends,

I have a simple and quick thank you card to share with you today. It comes together quickly using the Mother’s Day Daisies stamp set from Unity Stamp Company. The simple flower image is quick to color, and with a few extras, it makes a cute card.

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I stamped the image with Memento Rich Cocoa ink on white card stock, colored it with Copic markers, trimmed the image, and layered it to pink card stock.

I stamped “thank you” with the Rich Cocoa ink on white card stock, punched it with an oval punch (similar to this one), and layered it to a scalloped oval punched from green card stock (here’s a similar punch – it’s a little larger than the one I used). The sentiment is also from Unity Stamp Company, but I’m not sure what set it is from. I got it in one of their fabulous grab bags that they make available every now and then.

To make the card, I attached a pink ribbon to a panel of patterned paper and then attached the panel to a white card. I attached the stamped flower image to the card and then attached the sentiment to the card with foam tape. I finished the card off with 3 green sequins in the bottom left corner of the card. I used my Tombow Dots tape runner to adhere the paper layers together and Art Institute Glitter Glue to attach the sequins.

I chose to make this a thank you card, but by changing the sentiment it would also make a great birthday or thinking of you card. And, of course, the color scheme can be changed to any color combination.

Happy Stamping!

Anita

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