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Thanks,Thanksgiving and a Turkey Card

Filed under: Projects — November 9, 2022 @ 5:07 pm

It’s always a good time to send a thank you card, but this month we especially think of reasons to be grateful. How about a few card ideas for you?

For these cards I used the Fond of Autumn bundle and the Rustic Harvest Designer Paper. Whether in black and white, colored with Stampin’ Blends Markers, or layers in front of colored cardstock, this beautiful bundle of stamps and dies is sure to impress. See below for product links.

Again with the Rustic Harvest paper, I used an old technique called spotlighting in a couple ways. The top 2 cards use a traditional layer of cardstock to back the colored segment. For the last card I simply embedded the colored circle right into the paper. The sentiment is from Cottage Wreaths.

Another card using the Cottage Wreaths bundle and a favorite layout from my last Card Class (instructions and video in my private FB group for team members and customer).

This diamond fold card was an alternate idea from my last Card Class. More Cottage Wreaths cards in THIS POST and THIS POST.

The Rustic Harvest Designer Paper is the star of this quartet of cards using the Hello Harvest bundle.

And what do you think about a punch art turkey? I got this cute idea using the Ladybug punch from our Stampin’ Up! demonstrator group. To get access to ideas like this from over 40,000 crafters – JOIN MY TEAM for the discount and the fun.

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I’m grateful to you my readers for keeping me crafting and supporting my business! As you can see, I earned a few achievement awards (not typical) from Stampin’ Up this week after a year of both hard work and fun. I am so thankful to be part of this amazing company.

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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