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Thank You card

March 18, 2021

Yesterday I shared with you the cards you can make using the Hello Dear Friend All Inclusive Kit which you can find on Page 6 of the January to June Mini Catalogue. You can make three each of four different cards, two full sized and two small note card sized cards. They are really lovely. However, today I thought I would share a card I made using one of the small note cards which I have turned into a full sized card with the addition of a couple of layers.

I embossed Basic White card using the one of the Greenery Embossing Folders and attached it to scored and folded Highland Heather card. I cut the back off the small note card and attached it to Highland Heather card. I attached the vellum piece using glue dots and the die cut flowers using mini dimensionals.

I stamped the greeting from the included stamp set onto the die cut label using Highland Heather ink. I tied a bow in the copper cord included in the kit and attached it to the back of the greeting panel. The greeting is attached using dimensionals on the ends only. To decorate the inside of the card I stamped the leaf image from the included stamp set onto the lower left hand side of Basic White card using Old Olive ink. I stamped the small flower from the included stamp set onto the leaves using Melon Mambo ink. I embossed a strip of Basic White card using the same Greenery Embossing Folder and attached a narrow strip of Highland Heather card behind one long edge. The embossed panel is attached to the stamped Basic White card.

I really loved the note card when I made it yesterday but I love this stepped up version too. I have to admit the best thing about these type of kits is that they also include all the adhesives and embellishments you need.

Bye for now,


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