Welcome! Imagine receiving this cheerful Whale Of A Time Thank You Card in the mail. You will receive one of these just for shopping with me. Are you one of them? Say hi in the comments [smile]
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Nooooo! The Suite is retiring
Are you going to miss this suite? I sure am going to miss the Whale Of A Time patterned paper and those gorgeous sequins when they retire on May 3rd. What was your favourite product in the suite?Imagine receiving this cheerful Whale Of A Time Thank You Card in the mail. What was your favourite product in the suite? Click To Tweet
But if you check this post out I show you how to make your own beautiful underwater patterned paper, so all is not lost!
Yay! The stamp set and punch are staying put [smile]
This card is a springboard off this month’s exclusive subscriber card sketch and is perfect for the casual crafter or a beginner card maker looking to stretch their wings.
Thank You Card Recipe Preparation
- Start with a standard card base. I’ve gone with a side fold 10.5 cm x 14.8 cm thick Basic White card stock.
- Cut a 10 cm x 14.3 cm piece of Whale Of A Time patterned paper.
- Then cut a 10 cm x 14.3 cm piece of Bermuda Bay card stock, before cutting a curvy piece from the centre of it.
- Stamp the sentiment on the bottom left piece of the Bermuda Bay card stock.
- In Bermuda Bay ink stamp two turtles on Coastal Cabana card stock before using a small circle die to cut out the turtles.
Thank You Card Recipe Construction
- Apply multipurpose glue to the underside of the patterned paper. Centre it on your card base, keep the edges even and glue in place.
- Adhere Stampin’ Dimensionals to the underside of the Bermuda Bay pieces. Position the top right piece, matching the edges of the patterned paper. Repeat with the bottom left piece.
- Decide where your turtles will be positioned, then adhere a Stampin’ Dimensional to the underside where it will stick to the patterned paper.
- Apply multipurpose glue to the underside of each turtle where it sticks to the card stock.
- Adhere in place.
- Run a thin line of multipurpose glue along the curvy edge of the card stock.
- Sprinkle Whale Of A Time sequins along the thin line of glue.
You can grab the Whale of a Time patterned paper and sequins on sale right now!
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On Thursday I’m sharing with you a WOW card, which is another springboard idea from this month’s exclusive subscriber card sketch.
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Thank you for stopping by today. I am excited to explore ways you can save time and organise your card making supplies so that busy card makers like you can make more cards, more often. That’s what it means to be ‘eager to stamp’!
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