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DIY Thank You Greeting Card

shabby-chic-thank-youHaving fun dipping my to in the shabby chic style of DIY cards today.  Maybe you have another name for this style – leave me a comment and let me know what you'd call it.  I will randomly select from the comments on Friday morning and send the card to the winner!  I promise to send it blank so you can send your thanks to someone special.

I have lots of thanks to give today!  Thanks to those who came to my February Facebook Workshop!  We had a good time and shared some fun projects.  If you want to see the workshop just hop over to the Ink Stamp and Scrap page of Facebook and look at it under Events.  Be sure to LIKE my page while you're there!  Be sure to leave me some comments so I can make next month's event even better!

Thanks to those who were understanding when I couldn't talk this pas weekend.  My FREE New Catalog Event has been rescheduled for Saturday, Febrary 27th from 1pm – 3pm.  You can find all the details on my Events Page.

Thanks to everyone who has been ordering with all these great Weekly Deals and Sale-a-Bration!  When placing my supply order for the month (white card stock, dimensionals, glue dots, snail refills and things like that) even I got to pick some free goodies!  I was SUPER happy to see that Fast Fuse refills are on sale in Weekly Deals this week!

I have lots to be thankful for today as well.  I'm thankful that I'm finally feeling better.  I'm thankful that my kids are doing so well at school and even though the lead very separate lives at the same school they made time to go to dinner over the weekend.  I'm thankful that my husband gives me the time and space to keep up with this wonderful craft that I love so much!  And I'm thankful for all the friends that checked in on me as I battled through the flu and bronchitis this winter.

STAMPING TIP:  This card came together pretty easily – especially with that awesome Triple Banner Punch!  The only tip you may need is how to get that cool swirl of Silver Metallic Thread.  I put a LOT of adhesive on the back of the layer the thread will attach to.  Then I swirl the thread and stick it on the layer.  If the ends don't land where I want I can trim them or tuck them behind sticking them to all that adhesive.

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Looking forward to sharing more tomorrow! Remember to leave a comment to WIN THE CARD in today's post. See you then~

2016-11-29T18:14:14+00:00 February 16th, 2016|Cards, THANK YOU|0 Comments

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