Saturday, March 8, 2014

Thank You's

Hi all and very rainy Saturday here and also very gray out.  Yesterday I decided to make a few Thank You cards.  I like to make 6 or 8 at a time in the same theme.  I use them a lot in my Pet Sitting biz, so make them several times a year.  The stamps I used about 1 inch square and they came with a set of Gelatos I purchased a year ago and have yet to play with.  I used Momento Ink on all and in shades that are lighter and darker than one another.  Added some ribbon (from Walmart) & paper flowers (Hobby Lobby) just above the stamping and then stamped the Thank You (Hero Arts, I think!).  And Voila a simple card.  Made these all up in less than 1 hour.  And here they are:    
So that's all for now.  Hope you all have a fun weekend.  I am off to work on some Christmas card Ideas.  Promised myself I would get mine done early this year, yeah I know, we'll see how it goes LOL!   
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Until next time
Crafty Hugs


  1. Chris, I know exactly what those gelato stamps were. You have been so imaginative & creative in using just one single stamp to make the pretty thank you cards. They are very elegant and colorful, yet each one made unique with the different colorations. Well done! Your clients will appreciate this special thoughtfulness on your part. TFS & Hugs

  2. What a wonderful collection of Thank You cards ... such a nice way to tell some one you appreciate what they have done xx

  3. I really love this set of cards! I haven't used the stamps that came with the Gelatos, but you've inspired me to get them out! Check my post here to see I nominated you for a Liebster award.

  4. Those are gorgeous cards with bright vibrant colors. I'm impressed by how you got the pattern to line up over and over again so nicely.


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