Today I am sharing a set of thank you cards. They are simple, clean and white-on-white.
On my cards, I used the My Monthly Hero – April Kit and Thanks – Stamp & Cuts set, both are from Hero Arts.
On a piece of Canson Watercolor Paper, I stamped the flowers with CTMH Black Archival Ink. Then I used the matching dies from My Monthly Hero kit, I cut them with my WRMK Evolution Advanced. I also cutout some of the thanks word sentiments out of Canson Watercolor Papers.
I used Tombow Aqua Adhesive to assemble the flowers and added them on the card. Using 3D foam tapes, I Added the die-cut sentiment and I used is Versafine Onyx Black to stamped the second sentiments under the diecuts.
I finished my cards with clear gems are from Hampton Art. Card bases are from Hobby Lobby.
Loving this white on white cards, so clean and simple, yet a meaningful way to say thanks to our loved ones.
THANK YOU so much for visiting me today! And I would like to get connected with me on these social media 🙂 See you there, too!
Prayers change things. I know it is true becuase I pray to the one and only Living God who has the power to save, to redeem, to give life and to make everything possible. I trus in God who make everything is possible according His will.
We, as followers of Christ, are called to love one another and to encourage one another through prayers. We can send our thoughts, prayers and love to others with handmade cards.
Today I share a card I made for friend who has been in my prayers and thoughts lately.
I used Hero Arts stamps and dies on my card. For the background I heat-embossed the Tiny Flag background stamp with some Ranger – Princess Gold Embossing Powder.
The sentiment is from SSS – Hero Arts Prayer Exclusive Stamp & Die set.
And the flower is from My Monthly Hero – April Kit. On a piece of Canson Watercolor Paper, I stamp the flower 3 times sith Black Archival Ink Pad, thrn diecut the flowers with WRMK Evolution Advanced Diecutting Machine. I colored the flowers using Distress Inks and watercolor brush.
I added the flowers on the card with some think glue dot & thin mini glue dot. And I added the sentiment on the card with Glue Pen and 3D foam tape.
I hope with this card, you all are encourages to keep trusting God in whatever situations and circumstances you are in. God loves you more than you ever thought.
Thank You so much for stoping by my blog today. Have a fabulous day!
Welcome to the Technique Blog Hop. This month we will showcase an interactive element (or more) on your layout, card, or other item! You can include a pocket, slide out, tabs, etc.
There so many tutorials out there you can find how to create interactive cards, layouts, and other projects. And this month we have 11 participants that sharing the projects with you. So, if you are here from Michelle, you are on the right tract 🙂 But if you are here, you can continue hopping to the next blog to make the loop.
I found this video tutorial how to make this fun push-and-pull card (or watch here):
My card based size is 5.5″ x 4.25 that fits perfectly in the regular A2 envelope. You do not want to decorate the inside panels too bulky so they will slide perfectly when you pull them. I avoid to much embellishment on the front card because the surprise is the inside panels when the recipient pull it also I think the gold and gorgeous flower papers from the Happy Times Paper Packet is just enough.
Your next hop is Danielle’s blog to see her project. THANK YOU for stopping by 🙂 Have a fun blog-hopping!