Sharing some simple and easy to make thank you cards today.. I thought this was kinda brilliant to emboss the Thanks & Hello embossing folder on die cut labels!! Each label is mounted on a piece of Expressions in Ink designer paper and a Thick Basic White card base!
Below: Thanks & Hello embossing folder #155430
I spent the afternoon at my husband and son’s office last week (after taking birthday lunch pizza on Jason’s birthday) and loved having a huge corner office desk space to spread out and work on. I brought all of my die cut pieces and precut paper and cardstock ready to assemble my stack of customer Thank You cards! It was heavenly!
Each card has a stamped flower from the All Things Fabulous stamp set, and die cut with the Fabulous Floral dies, and a leaf die cut from the green side of the Expressions in Ink paper! All Stampin’ Up! products available in my online store – please click the product photos at the bottom of this post to shop in my store! Thank you for your online Stampin’ UP! orders!
Above: Marvelous Magenta ink, and below Pale Papaya ink. I stamped the Pale Papaya flower onto the Papaya printed side of the Expressions in Ink paper. If you saw my Instagram Reels last week, you got a sneak peek and you know what I mean!
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So very clever – love the idea. Will be copying!!!!!
Patty, could you please send me the link for the Simple Stamping Expressions in Ink Cards; I cannot access your Instgram reel and don’t uinderstand when you said that you stamped the Pale Papaya flower onto the Papaya printed side of the Expressions in Ink paper. If you saw my Instagram Reels last week, you got a sneak peek and you know what I mean!
Oh I should have linked it.. here you go.. it’s the newest 2 reels: https://www.instagram.com/pattystamps/reels/
Thanks for the reply.
Hi Patty, did you emboss and then die cut or die cut and then emboss? Thanks
Die cut first so that you don’t smash the raised area.