Sending Good Thoughts Your Way

goodthoughtsAs April came to an end last night, I realized that I needed to get busy stamping my thank you cards for the month. I needed a card that was quick to make and easy to duplicate in a large number. Before I knew it, I was cranking these out in no time. It was a fun evening! 🙂

The All Abloom DSP pack is what I used to create the little banners. As I have declared over and over, I LOVE  this paper. I literally have very few full sheets left and only scraps of most of the designs. Scraps was all I needed for this project so I was in luck. And by the way, All Abloom is on our Retired List. You need to scoop it up today before inventory is depleted.

IMG_4752I also used the Beautifully Baroque embossing folder which is also on our Retired List. I’m going to miss these two items so I’m using them as much as possible while supplies last!

TIP: When using embossing folders on the base of your cards, you will have better luck getting the embossing texture to reach the end of all four sides if your card opens from the bottom rather than from the side. With this opening, you can keep your card open (as pictured here) when you send it through the Big Shot making it easier to get the embossed image to all edges. My video will explain this better.

Check back with me tomorrow for a video tutorial on how to use our Envelope Framelits to line an envelope with coordinating DSP.

Have you checked our list of Retired Products? Some items are on super sale and you don’t want to miss Retired List Bannerout on great deals before they sell out. Click here to see what still remains.

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