A Way With Words Els van de Burgt Studio

“Thanks”

April 23, 2016

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Hello Crafty Friends!  Kathy Jo here sharing a thank you card I made for a male friend- I wanted something masculine, yet bright and cheerful.  The Thanks die from the A Way With Words collection and Through the Lens Patterned Cardstock (Wood Series) were just a couple of Elizabeth Craft Designs products used to create the cheerful card.

Instructions:

  1. Die cut your chosen design from Through the Lens Wood Patterned Cardstock, using Stitched Rectangles die.

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  1. Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock in Cafe au Lait, using Stiched Rectangles die.elizabeth craft designs suzanne cannon thanks card kathy jo 2
  2. Die cut flourish twice using Through the Lens wood paper and white card stock (both mounted on Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheets).
  3. Die cut Thanks twice using Soft Finish Cardstock in Spring Green and white cardstock (both mounted on Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheets).
  4. Cut two pieces of white cardstock.
  5. Create top-fold card base using Soft Finish Cardstock in Rust.
  6. After mounting all paper as shown (using Clear Double Sided Adhesive), apply three small light green gems to Flourish die cut.

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Products used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs  –

Thanks Die

Calligraphic Elements 1 die set (Flourish)

Stitched Rectangle die set

Through the Lens Patterned Cardstock, Wood

Soft Finish Cardstock in Spring Green, Rust and Cafe au Lait

Clear Double Sided Adhesive

 

Other products:

White cardstock

Light green adhesive-backed faceted gems

(Gem glue needed if gems are not adhesive-backed)

 

I do hope you enjoyed the cheerful Thanks card!  Thank you for stopping by and have a happy, crafty day!

Hugs,

Kathy Jo

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Renee April 24, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    Very lovely card. Did you die cut thanks twice and just off set them?

  • Reply Kathleen Adams April 23, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    What a great card for a guy. I love how you used white and the same green as in the “Wood” cardstock for Thanks.

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