Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Pretty In Pink Thank You!

Just a quick post today to share a quick thank you card! I ♡ LOVE ♡ the large "Thanking You" stamp set in the NEW Stampin' Up! catalog.  And that is what I used to make this large thank you card! 

Colors Pretty in Pink, Basic White, Gold
Inks: Pretty In Pink, VersaMark
Cardstock/Papers: Basic White
Stamps: Thanking You, Sentimental Park
Tools:  Cute Crochet Embossing Folder, Petal Park Builder Punch, Heat Tool, Water Painter
Accessories: Metallics Embossing Powder, Tinsel Gems Three-Pack, Baker's Twine Essentials Pack

So much fun, right?!  I embossed the large sentiment in gold, used a Blending Brush to blend on some Pretty in Pink ink, & then splattered some water onto the cardstock with a Water Painter.  Love the subtle splatter that gives! 😍  Then when it was dry, I stamped those flowers from the Sentimental Park Stamp Set in the background.  Love that little detail too! 💕

To add a little dimension to the flowers ... simply punch them, put them on something a bit squishy - like the Stampin' Pierce Mat, & rub a little circle into the center of the flower with the tip of a stylus.  Just another little way to add a little detail that makes things pop a bit. 💗

Then some quick flowers punched with the Petal Park Builder Punch and voila! The focal point is done.  Added some Tinsel Gems, an embossed layer with the Cute Crochet Embossing Folder, and some baker's twine.  Not hard to make, didn't take long at all, and you could easily make this any color you wanted! 

The gold embossing is so hard to get a picture of, but I promise it's really pretty and shiny in real life! Hee.  

Hope you enjoy!  Thank you so much for visiting!  Please let me know if you have any questions or need any help!  Would be happy to help you get any Stampin' Up! supplies or get you a new catalog if you need one! 


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