Now that the presents are all opened (but decorations are still up!) we need to get out our thank you cards before we move on too far! Today I’m sharing how I mass produce thank you cards that are all a bit different but more quickly made than one design.
Hi friends, it’s Sandy hoping that your holiday season is merry & bright. Now that the big day has passed for another year it’s time to write those thank you notes. I have a fun, fast and easy way to do that with just two dies and one stamp.
Hi there! It’s Suzanne here today. As soon as I saw the Sliders and Spinners die set I knew that I needed to make this card. Here it is at last! Little bear is looking up waiting for the love to come his way.
Instructions follow so can make this card. Join me!
Hi Artlets! It’s Suzanne here today with a sweet card to remind someone special that you’re always with them, even when you’re apart.
To get the best look with your A Way With Wordsdies you want good contrast between the letters and the background. I thought it would be fun to use the ModaScrap Flower Lace 2 as a background with a different colour behind it, but that creates a far too complicated pattern and the words disappear. We need more contrast! There are a number of ways to work around this problem, but here is the one I chose.
Follow along with me to see how you can make this card!
It’s Suzanne here today with a completely unexpected gift idea! Do you know someone suffering from spring allergies? I do! Here is a little surprise for that sniffling special someone. Scour the secondhand stores for vintage cotton or linen handkerchiefs and tuck one inside the sweet envelope you’re going to make. “But Suzanne,” you’re thinking, “You don’t have a die that says ‘Bless’!” True. But I do have a die that says ‘Blessings’ and with a couple of cuts you’ve got just what you need. Here’s how…
It’s Suzanne here today! I’ve always liked the look of magic wands, headbands with butterfly antennae, and I’m a big fan of plant picks and decorations that florists use as a special accent!
It’s the combination of something attention-grabbing at the top and a slender column below that I find appealing. Fragile and sturdy at the same time, top-heavy, but without toppling…And SO easy to make!
I decided to create some floral decor, though I can easily see decorated sticks in a pencil jar, peeking out of the headband of a party hat, transplanted to a flower pot…