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Lovely Amazing You Thank You Card

Stampin Up Lovely Amazing You Thank You Card By Mary Fish StampinUp

This Lovely Amazing You thank you card is simple, feminine and flirty.

Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge PPA296

I used this week’s Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge (PPA296) by Susan Itell as my inspiration.  See what rest of the Pals Paper Arts Design Team has created with this fun sketch and play along here.

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • As you know, I go bananas over a pretty font.  This made me an instant fan of the Lovely Amazing You Photopolymer stamp set.
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  • Coordinating Blushing Bride card stock, ribbon and candy dots (Subtles Candy Dots) make paper crafting a snap.

Stampin Up Lovely Amazing You Thank You Card Idea By Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Go Wild with Coloring Possibilities!  I used a brayer to roll Blushing Bride ink on the pattern from Go Wild Designer Series Paper Stack.
  • Stampin Up Lovely Amazing You Thank You Card Brayer By Mary Fish StampinUpHover and Pin it!  This photo shows key products for today’s Lovely Amazing You thank you card that you can save or pin to Pinterest.  See ALL my labeled product photos in one spot on my How to Make Simple Cards board on Pinterest.

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24 thoughts on “Lovely Amazing You Thank You Card”

  1. I love this design, Mary. Thanks for posting it. I am wondering what the measurements were for the two main rectangle pieces and the black piece? Can you provide if possible?

    Thanks so much,
    Shirley

    • Thanks, Shirley. Unfortunately, I no longer have the card to check the measurements. The overall size is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″. The the larger black layer appears to be about 1/2 that width (possibly 2 1/8″ to 2 1/4″ wide). I think that should get you started with proportion . . . start a little large and “whittle” a little at a time until the balance is right.

  2. Loving that Blushing Bride Zebra Stripe, Mary! A girly card with a bit of edginess…I LOVE it!

  3. Fun and fresh! I adore this stamp set and it is showcased perfectly with that paper….kudos to you….inspiring us once again!!!

  4. The brayer just makes this paper more and more versatile! Amazing YOU!
    thanks, as always!

  5. Lovin’ how you show the completed card with comments arrowed to different parts of that card. Great job Marry. I LOVE your blog info.

  6. Ooooo, MsMary that is beautiful love how you used the brayer,
    Love it !!! ❤️ tfs
    Hugs Frenchie

  7. Thanks for sharing this wonderful card and technique. I was thinking “what paper has Mary used” – I must now get my brayer out and give this a go. Thanks for sharing your love of papercraft with us – you are truly inspirational. Love your work 🙂

  8. What a great card!! I need to get a brayer! Thanks again for the wonderful inspiration:-)

  9. I never tire of your samples/ideas. I am a Canadian demonstrator (hobbyist) for many years and have followed you for as long as I can remember. Thank you for all you share. If I did not live in Canada and was not a demonstrator you would be first on my list to order product. You are by far my number one favorite demonstrator.

  10. I LOVE this card. I’m going to get out my brayer (which I forget to use!) and the Go Wild DSP and try to get creative. I’ve always liked blushing bride. Thanks, Mary, for the great idea.

  11. Mary, I love all the elements of this card. Thanks so much for the tip on brayering the Go Wild DSP to completely change it to a very feminine card in pink. I love your take on Susan’s sketch. Have a great Thursday.

  12. Really love this card and the trick with the brayer. You have made the brayer a great tool. I remember a card you did once where you inked up an embossing folder. Thanks for the new creative was to use our stash.

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