Hello Everyone and Happy Monday! I’m sharing a Thank You card today using the SFL November Flavor of the Month Collection 2! The paper in the Thanks So Much paper pad are beautiful; I love the color palate.
I stamped one of the sentiments from the Thanks So Much stamp set onto a piece of pattern paper. I trimmed that down creating a fish tail on the right side. I decided to add 3 more pieces of pattern paper trimmed the same way under the sentiment.
I layered the White Organza ribbon from the collection onto the card and added the blue ribbon from the banana split pack over the top. I finished the card using 3 enamel dots from the collection in the lower right hand.
Happy Monday Everyone! Today I’m sharing a sneak peek from Collection 3 from the November 2020 Flavor of the Month Card Kit!
I think this sentiment is sweet and funny and I it describes my family perfectly! I loved the bright pink found in this collection so I used the pink card stock found in the kit for my card base and mat on the middle piece of pattern paper. The stripped pattern paper was a nice break from all the pink. For my sentiment piece, I used a mini scallop circle die to cut the mat my sentiment is on from the main pattern paper. I stamped the sentiment with a matching pink ink. I finished my card with enamel dots and paper flowers, both found in this collection.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and stay tuned all week for more sneak peeks!!
I hope you all are enjoying this season of merry making and have had some time for yourselves as well. I know this time of year can get hectic and sometimes overwhelming so I’m glad you have taken a break and joined me here for a little inspiration (I hope). I am still making Christmas cards for friends and family and haven’t been able to get my fill of November’s Flavor of the Month card kit. This is the most recent card I have made from this kit.
Quick Tip: When embossing on watercolor paper tape it down to your surface first (I used a small cutting board so I can hold onto it easier and move it around easier) this will keep your paper from bowing up on you.
I have been wanting to watercolor an image for some time now and thought this ornament would be perfect. Before I began watercoloring I stamped the image in black ink then again in Versamark and embossed it with clear embossing powder which gave me “guidelines” if you will while I was painting. The gold didn’t show up as sparkly in the picture as it does it real life unfortunately but you still get the idea. I pulled pieces from the different collections in the November Flavor of the Month kit. I glued the strand of pearls as a frame around the colored image with Multi Medium Matte it held it well, dried clear and didn’t take very long to dry either. Used WOW embossing powder to add the sentiment that comes with An Ornamental Christmas stamp set, I am smitten with that font and the leafy sprigs!
That is it for me and this card I think it came out lovely and I enjoyed making it which that is why we do this after all right? Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a Merry Christmas!
Here are 2 more cards just using scraps and more from the collections.
Hope you enjoy all the details.
Below is each card from the side angle to see the dimension.
Thank you so much for stopping by. Now if you don’t have your FOTM on it’s way to you what are you waiting for?! Go NOW! And grab yours because, let’s be honest you can never have too many thank you cards!!!
About the Author
Crafting and Caffeine are both essential for my sanity! God and family for my heart! [VISIT MY BLOG]
For my post today, I wanted to share a SUPER QUICK
project I made with the leftover items from my
You TRULY get SOOOO much for the cost of the kit!!!
Didn’t this turn out SUPER cute???
Thanks for checking out my post today!!!
About the Author
My name is Jessica Wilson from the Craftin’ and Stampin’ and Stampin’ and Craftin’ blogs! I love to create and teach others how to papercraft! My family is my favorite model to memory keep! [VISIT MY BLOG]