Sale-a-bration thank you notes …

Well … Stampin’ Up’s sale-a-bration is drawing to an end for another year … sniff…  just one more week to go … but I have so enjoyed using the beautiful stamp sets and designer series paper as they are just gorgeous and what’s more they are absolutely FREE!  What more could you ask for?! 

When I got together with my friend, Deborah, this week, we did a little crafting and made a set of little thank you notelets using the everyday enchantment designer series paper.  We added little linen bows, paper roses and rhinestones.  Inspired by a set of notecards on Pebbles blog, we used co-ordinating cardstock in riding hood red, and made little embellishments using various punches from Stampin’ Up…  

 The cards were to be attached to bags like gift tags – so I did some stamping on paper sandwich bags with the elementary elegance stamp set.  The frame was just right for writing each recipient’s name in  – perfect! 

All papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: stamps: elementary elegance, teeny tiny wishes; cardstock: riding hood red, whisper white, certainly celery, bashful blue, old olive; inks: early espresso, pool party, certainly celery, regal rose; punches: circles 1/2”, 3/4”, 1”, modern label, lace ribbon border, heart to heart, curly label, decorative label, boho blossoms, word window, itty bitty shapes accessories: linen thread, rhinestones, stampin dimensionals, white gel pen, tombow liquid glue.

Thanks for dropping by today

3 Comments to “Sale-a-bration thank you notes …”

  1. Absolutely fabulous, love them, just may have to case these Gill, if you don’t mind? Tfs x

  2. I think these are gorgeous Gill
    Margaret x

  3. These are amazing….they really stand out and the design of them is so creative!! 🙂

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