A few weeks back I needed to make about 30 thank you cards to give to some volunteers at church. I definitely didn't have time to do a super complicated or time consuming design but of course it still had to be cute! I figured the best thing to do was to let some DSP do the heavy lifting! I ended up using the retired Design a Daydream DSP that was a host reward back the last annual catalog.
I cut the long DSP strips to 5.25" x 1.25" in a lot of different patterns and then mixed and matched them on the Basic White thick card bases.
Then I cut out the label shape with the Sentimental Park dies and stamped the thank you from Good Feelings in Blackberry Bliss. I popped the label on dimensionals on the card front.
Next I stamped the flower outline from Petal Park 30 times in Blackberry Bliss then filled in 10 with each of my main colors; Petal Pink, Daffodil Delight and Pool Party. The Petal Park Builder punch made quick work out of the punching. Then I got to work mixing and matching the flowers and adhering them around the sentiment label.
All current products used to make this card can be purchased in my ONLINE STORE. For the DSP just swap in whatever current pack is your favorite!
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Stamps: Petal Park, Good Feelings
Ink: Blackberry Bliss, Petal Pink, Daffodil Delight, Pool Party
Paper: Basic White thick, Basic White, Design a Daydream DSP (retired)
Accessories: Sentimental Park dies, Petal Park Builder punch, dimensionals