Thanks Thanks Thanks Card by Candace

Posted by Candace Cubito on

1.Color a 6 x 4.5 inch 80 lb. cardstock panel in stripes using purple tape to make the stripes. Let the top color slightly blend into the lower color. I used 8 stripes, but you can use more or less, whichever you choose.

2. Stamp the three THANKS in three colors, putting the thinnest THANKS on top and the thickest THANKS on the bottom.

3. Use an embossing bag to clear the panel of oils.

4. Stamp the three THANKS with embossing ink.

5. Use Lawn Fawn clear embossing powder and heat set them.

6. Cut down the panel to 4 x 5.25 inches using Lawn Fawn’s Stitched rectangle die. This gives you the opportunity to center the words if they have been stamped slightly off center.

7. Adhere to colored card base.

8. Stamp a sentiment on 4 x 5.25 panel and attach to the inside of the card.

9. Add Nuvo Drops to the top panel and set aside to dry.

 

Products Used:

Avery Elle Clear Stamps - Thanks Thanks

Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Small Stitched Rectangle

Gina K. Designs Ink Cube Assortment – Spring

Gina K. Designs Ink Cube Assortment – Winter

Lawn Fawn Lawn Inks - Jet Black

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Clear for Embossing

Lawn Fawn Embossing Powder – Clear

Embossing Magic Pad 2.5" x 2"

Nuvo Crystal Drops Gloss - Apple Green

Nuvo Glow Drops - Banana Split

Nuvo Crystal Drops Gloss - Bubblegum Blush

Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brush Set - 2 pk

MISTI Stamping Tool – Original

Thermoweb iCraft Purple Tape – Removable

Glue Dots Tape Runner - Removable, 39 ft

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