I was GRATEFUL to need a huge stack of customer thank you cards recently, so I created pretty fall cards these to mail to my customers who placed orders with me at the beginning of September. (remember, if you select the option to have "no contact" from your demonstrator, I don't know who you are.. your info remains anonymous to me.. see THIS POST for info to change that option if you'd like to receive thank you cards, special offers and catalogs from me).
I couldn't decide if I liked it on the Vanilla card base or on Pumpkin Pie.. so I created both!
Which option do you like better?
I really love the subtle coloring of the branches. To achieve that, place your Vanilla cardstock cut to 4" x 5-1/4" into the Woodlands embossing folder, and run it through your Big Shot. Then add ink. I used a very lightly inked brayer and VERY lightly rolled over the raised branches with Crumb Cake ink. You can also use a sponge dauber or sponge to achieve this effect.
These cards use just a few Stampin' Up! Supplies…
- Woodland embossing folder / Among the Branches set Bundle #140872
- Seasonal Frame Thinlit Dies (grateful) #139658
- Corrugated paper #138317 punched with the Banner Triple punch #138292
- cardstock and ink (see supplies at the bottom of this post)
WATCH my video for Tips on adhering your grateful die cut with the new Fine-Tip Glue Pen
Download your FREE Project Sheet for Woodland Fall Card by Patty Bennett
Woodland Embossing Folder available HERE in my online store
SAVE 15% !! Woodland Embossing folder BUNDLE (with Among the Branches stamp set) available HERE in my online store
Try the Woodland Embossing folder with many different colors of cardstock.. it's a GREAT pattern for fall and winter cards, depending on which color cardstock you use!
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