A Little Bit of This and That for a Fun Thank You Card

I have a “matchy-matchy” mind I’m learning.  When I have product kits or coordinating suites, I tend to make projects that use all the stuff from that one collection.  So, that makes today’s share a bit more impressive for me since I pretty much used a little bit of this and that of things lying around my craft table to create this fun thank you card for a friend.

Greeting Card Kids Designer Brad thank you

 

I was playing with a few of my favorite new things (the Oh Hello stamp set and Tea for Two designer paper), but then I wanted to give the new Designer Brads a try.

I used my Pink Pirouette cardstock to make the small pink circle in the middle of the brad (you use the circle from the Itty Bitty Punch pack to easily punch this out).  Then I loosely formed a bow with the new Two Tone ribbon and then wrapped my designer brad around the center of the bow to pinch it together and make a cute accent.  The wrapping the brad tines around the bow did use up most of the metal from the brad tines, and so I ended up adhering my bow to my card with glue dots.

But all together, it was fun putting this card together and hopefully my friend liked it. Smile

And for those of you scrapbookers out there, stop by my blog tomorrow for another installment of Scrapbooking Sunday!  See you then!

 

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Greeting Card Kids Thank You Recipe:
Stamps:
Teeny Tiny Wishes, Oh Hello, Greeting Card Kids

Ink: River Rock, Basic Grey, Pink Pirouette marker
Paper: Whisper White cs, Pink Pirouette cs, River Rock cs, Tea For Two designer paper
Accessories: Two-Tone Ribbon (Basic Grey), Designer Brads, Itty Bitty Punch pack, Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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