Boxed Set – Simple Floral Thank You Cards

Boxed Set – Simple Floral Thank You Cards

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This CAS card design features stamps from “The Art of Life” stamp set from Stampin’ Up and a greeting from “Various Verses” from Gina K Designs (both retired?).

The images were stamped on Recollections Cream card stock with SU Blackberry Bliss and GKD Kraft and Dark Sage inks.  (I needed to mask the flowers and the stems to get the two colors as this is all one stamp.)

I did not have any Blackberry Bliss card stock for the mat, so I repeatedly stamped one of the solid “shading” stamps from the Stampin’ Up “Dressed to Impress” set with Blackberry Bliss ink around the edges of the mat panels.

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The stamped panel was embossed with the Stampin’ Up “Subtle” 3D embossing folder to add a bit of texture. (It is recommended that you use Stampin’ Up’s 3D Embossing Folder Plate with their 3D folders.)

The darker card stock all came from the ”

I used my MISTI stamp positioner to create 7 of these stamped panels – 6 for the cards and 1 for the front of the homemade box.

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Thanks for checking out my card project!

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4 thoughts on “Boxed Set – Simple Floral Thank You Cards

  1. These are lovely. I like how you improvised for the Blackberry Bliss. It looks nicer than the cardstock in my opinion. The Subtle folder gave the front the perfect texture without taking away from the floral. Great gift!

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