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Thank You Take 1

February 23, 2016

I recently had occasion to make some thank you cards and decided to use the Botanical Garden suite of products.  I selected the leafy piece of designer series paper from the Botanical Gardens Designer Series Paper and cut it using the leaf edge in the Botanical Builder Framelits Dies.  I attached it to Whisper White card and stamped the greeting from the Sassy Salutations stampset onto the bottom right hand corner using Mossy Meadow ink.  I cut the flowers from Whisper White card, Crushed Curry card and Cajun Craze card.  The centres of the flowers are cut using Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry. 002 I cut the leaves from Mellow Moss card and attached all the pieces across the edge of the designer series paper.  Lastly I added Basic Rhinestones to the centres of the flowers.

To decorate the inside, I used a strip of another design from the Botanicals Designer Series Paper, added either a narrow piece of Cajun Craze card or Crushed Curry card behind one long edge and attached the panel to the inside of the card.

003Because I had to make a number of these I used Cajun Craze card and Crushed Curry card for card bases.  One of the best things about this suite of products is that you can buy the Botanical Blooms Photopolymer Stamp set, the Botanical Builder Framelits Dies and the Botanical Gardens Designer Series Paper as a bundle and save a heap.  I just bet you all love a bargain as much as I do.

I love how these cards turned out and hope that the recipients love them too.

Bye for now,


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