Floral Thank You Card
SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- White note card & envelope
- Stamps: Thank You, Daisy Style
- Cardstock: green, yellow, white
- Paper trimmer
- Walnut inkpad
- Brown fine-point marker
- 1/8" glue dots
- Adhesive tabs
Note: When stamping multiple images, the use of a "mask" allows clustering, without overlapping ink lines.
- To make the "mask": On a piece of scrap cardstock, stamp the flower; cut around it, just outside the lines, and use it as a "mask" while stamping the row of flowers at the bottom of card.
- To make the card: Apply Walnut ink to the flower stamp and stamp the center flower, just a little above the bottom of the card. Position the mask directly over the flower and stamp the flowers on either side of the center flower. Again move the mask to cover the end flower and stamp the final flowers in the line. Cut the bottom of the card away, just beneath the flower petals.
- Ink the "Thank You" stamp and apply on yellow cardstock. Cut cardstock into a tag shape and ink the edges. Mount onto a piece of green cardstock and trim edges. Cut a 1' strip of green cardstock and mount it to the inside bottom edge of card.
- Stamp 3 more flowers on scrap white cardstock. Cut them out, just outside the line. Cut one of the flowers apart to serve as leaves for the top flower.
- Chalk the flowers and the centers as shown. Mount the tag and flowers to the front of the card using 1/8" glue dots to elevate them. Outline the edge of the card with a brown fine-point marker.