There’s something special about receiving a handmade card.
In a world where kindness is “perceived” to be in short supply,
the power of a well-meaning Thank You note goes a long way.
Do you still send greeting cards?
I’ll be honest I don’t send cards like I used to.
I make them; I don’t always send them. (Sound familiar?)
It’s too easy to wish someone a special greeting on social media or in a text.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for The Maker’s Movement*. I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas. The view and opinions are my own.
Materials Used: (*affiliate links)
- M13484 Thank You Stamp Set (The Maker’s Movement)*
- M13491 Thank You Matching Die Set (The Maker’s Movement)*
- Crossover II Die-Cutting System*
- Stazon Midnight Blue Inkpad*
- Acrylic Stamping Blocks*
- Tombow ART Markers*
- 3D Thin Foam Squares*
- 3/4″ Yellow Grossgrain Ribbon
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- To create a simple background…Place the four small square flower stamps onto a large acrylic block*. Ink the stamp with Midnight Blue Ink* and stamp onto dark blue cardstock.
- Stamp the small sunflower stamp onto white cardstock using a black permanent ink pad. Color in the image using Tombow ART Markers*. Die-cut the image using the small square die and the Crossover II Die-Cutting System*.
- Stamp the word “Thank You” using the midnight blue ink* and die-cut the words using the coordinating die.
- Add background layers onto a white card base and embellish with a yellow ribbon and adhesive enamel dots.