A Heartfelt Thank-You Card

I used the Amazing Thanks dies and the beautiful Heart & Home Designer Series Papers to create a soft and pretty thank-you card. Thanks to Crafty Cards by Amanda for the inspiration.

First, I cut a card base from Basic White cardstock. I then cut a panel of Fresh Freesia cardstock at 4″ x 5 1/4″ and a panel from one of the DSP papers. All the backs sides of the papers are wood grains in neutrals shades of grays, black, and whites — love it! I cut the wood grain paper to 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8.”

I then chose four patterns from the beautiful Heart & Home papers. With two patterns, I cut two strips at 1 1/2″ by approximately 4 1/2″ and 1 1/2″ by 4″. It’s really up to you how long you want to make them. I chose the other two patterns for my circle. The two circles are the same size, slightly offset, and are from the retired Stitched Shapes dies. I then assembled all the layers onto the card. Here are the beautiful papers you can choose from in this set:

Heart & Home Designer Series Papers

I then used the Amazing Thanks dies to make the THANKS lettering in Fresh Freesia and Basic White. The two layers of the letters are so pretty! Here are the dies:

I adhered the lettering to the card, and then added a couple of Pastel Pearls to finish.

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