Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Thank you card #4

Hello again,

One of the cards had to be for a male, so I decided to make this one more neutral.  Since we were giving it to someone as a thank you for partaking in our literacy night, I thought the scrabble tiles were super appropriate.  Let me know what you think!

 So this card was made from the Cruisin paper pack.  I was surprised at what a different look using this combination of the papers made.  It looks like a completely different paper pack.  The stamp that I used was one that I think had come with a Workshop on the Go, it is called Instant Memories.  I just loved the ink splotch!

 I used a couple of brads and black floss as embelishments.  I cut out the letters from the B & T paper to form the word Thanks and put the first one inside of the film frame stamped in Cranberry.

As usual, I like to "finish" the inside and on this card that was easily done with a strip of the same paper that I used on the front.  The bold colours on the gray, made this card feel masculine to me.  I hope the recipient enjoyed it!

That's all for now.  I have a special project that I made for the school's Art Auction that I will post later this week.  Stay tuned, I really enjoyed making it and did it on fairly short notice!

Happy scrapping!



  1. You're right! The ink splotch is perfect. Your card is an excellent use of the Cruisin paper.