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Thank You

September 13, 2019

I showed you one card I made for my granddaughter to thank her team manager.  Well Sarah is the manager for both Abi and Elyssa’s teams, so I needed to make a second card.  I took inspiration from the corner pop up card I shared with you recently for the design and the layout is from a card I found on Pinterest.  I cut Thick Whisper White to create the outside part of the card and cut a window in the card using one of the Layering Circle Dies.  I also use the same dies to cut a frame from Night of Navy card for the front and the inside of the window. I stamped “thank you” from the Daisy Delight stamp set below the window on the front of the card using Night of Navy ink. The inside card is created using Whisper White card but not the Thick variety. I stamped the small daisy from the Daisy Lane stamp set onto the lower right and left hand corners of the inside of the card using Daffodil Delight ink. On the front of the card, I printed “manager” using my computer and then stamped “worlds greatest” from the retired Guy Greetings stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I attached the smaller stamped card to the inside of the Thick Whisper White card. I stamped two large and two small daisies from the Daisy Lane stamp set onto Whisper White card using Daffodil Delight ink.  I punched out the daisies using the co-ordinating Daisy Punches.  I curled the petals on the flowers using my bone folder and attached them one on top of the other using Mini Glue Dots.  I closed the card and attached the daisy through the window on the front of the card onto the stamped front of the inside card.  I added a Clear Faceted Gem to the centre of the flower to finish it off.

Not a lot of stamping and not really a complicated card, but again, there is plenty of room for the girls to write their messages.

I think it is pretty, what about you?

Bye for now,

Kris

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