Thank you cards are the ones I need about as much of as general encouragement cards. So to replenish my stash and to play a bit more with my Craft-a-Flower lily dies, I created some Thank you cards. Each one has one lily and a leaf from the die set on it and the word “thanks”, but each one sports a different color combo for the lily and a different background.
The first one is a purple lily. I am not sure if you get such flowers in real life – but this is art. The background panel is embossed with a Spellbinders embossing folder. I adhered it to a white cardbase and then added the lily and the sentiment, which was cut out of black cardstock.
The second one is a yellow lily and the background is a Kaisercraft plaid stamp that I inked up with a silver metallic ink that I had in my stash. I adhered the cardpanel to a white cardbase and then glued on the flower and the sentiment.
The third one is a red lily with a gold center. I love making red flowers with gold on them. The background is partially stenciled with a splatter stencil and London Fog ink and then I added a wider strip of double sided tape to the top and a narrow strip down the diagonal before foiling the tape with gold foil.
My final card is a blue lily and the background is inked with a cube builder stencil and Desert Sand and Cantaloupe inks. I adhered the panel to a white cardbase and then glued the flower and the sentiment to it.
I love the Altenew Craft-a-Flower dies. Watch this space for some different flowers also, as I have subscribed!
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