It’s the Last Thank You Card!

May_US

Before I show you the last Thank You card, here's a great special for May from Stampin' Up!®

Since May is National Scrapbooking Month, it's a Scrapbook special. 
Buy three packs of textured card stock or Designer Series Paper (including the specialty paper!) and get the 4th free. 

There's also a new sneak peek offer.  Jumble Alphabet will be in the catalog in July, but you can purchase this set in May at a 20% discount.  It will be $43.95 in the catalog, but in May, you can have this 52 stamp set for $35.16!

And you can become a Stampin' Up!®
demonstrator in May for $75 with a limited time Scrapbooking Starter Kit.

For more information, click here or on the flyer (above).  And here's the Jumble Alphabet.

Now – here it is – the very last thank you card.  I had to make 13 tonight, so the last bunch was very, very simple. I chose Heartfelt Thanks because it's quick and easy – and it's another sad, neglected set.  I don't think I've used it all year.  So here's the last "Thank You" you'll see for awhile!!

Heartfelt_thanks I wanted to stick to pink and green, because those are "Apple Blossom" colors.  And I left off a sentiment, because if we don't need all the cards, I can turn them into birthday, anniversary or even sympathy cards.

Here's the list of supplies (all SU!):
Stamp Set:  Heartfelt Thanks
Ink:  Stampin' Write Markers:  Rose Red, Regal Rose, Mellow Moss, Always Artichoke, So Saffron
Paper:  Pretty in Pink, Always Artichoke, Whisper White card stock; Patterns DSP (Regal Rose)
Accessories:  Stampin' Dimensionals, Stamp-a-ma-jig

If I wanted to "fancy up" this card, I'd add some brads or clips, a sentiment (probably in an oval or rectangle, or maybe even a frame), and do some tone-on-tone background on the top 1/3 in VersaMark. 

The weatherman is calling for rain off and on all weekend, which is bumming out the Apple Blossom folks.  As the daughter of an apple grower, however, it's hard to be upset when we need the rain so badly.  Never, ever ask a farmer to pray for it not to rain!  It's usually a waste of breath, unless, of course, it's been raining for days and there's a flood threat.  But that rarely happens in our "neck of the woods." 

Friday morning edit:  Sadly, this wasn't the last Thanks after all.  I realized late, late, late last night that one of the gifts was from a local coffee shop.  So I had to get up early this morning and make a "thanks a latte" card.  I don't really have OCD.  Really.

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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6 Responses to It’s the Last Thank You Card!

  1. Cate (Britbook70) says:

    Very pretty! Love the way you used the DP strip.

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  2. Sandy Moriarty says:

    Glad you are finally finished (well, almost). I know you put a lot of work into all these thank yous. Great run of cards, and we can use your ideas and just change to birthday, thinking of you or whatever. Thanks for the ideas. Good luck with the festival.

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  3. Wendy says:

    Adorable! and I agree about the rain. Bummer for them but we NEED it! 🙂

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  4. Peggy Finney says:

    Great cards and like Sandy said the sentiments can be changed to go with the occassion.

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  5. Carole says:

    What a beautiful card. I think I need to add this stamp set to my collection.

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  6. Evaleen says:

    Great job! Love the card!

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