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Simple Saturday Thank You Note Card Times Eleven

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp envelope

I recently celebrated an early 60th birthday with friends (they’re also turning 60 this year) and wanted to create a quick note card to thank those who brought gifts. 

Today’s card was easy to mass produce, especially with the help of the Stampin’ Up! Stamparatus, a stamp positioning tool.  Learn more about the benefits of the Stamparatus here.  

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp

TIP:  When mass producing cards, pre-cut the layers and organize for efficient assembly.


Start with Stampin’ Up! Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes.  The cards are cut to size (5 x 3 1/2) and scored.  Adhere a 4 1/2 x 3 piece of Petal Pink card stock to the note card base with Snail Adhesive.

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp bokeh

Using the Stamparatus, stamp the texture image from Pressed Flowers stamp set (earn Pressed Flowers free as a Stampin’ Rewards exclusive) in Petal Pink ink on a 4 1/8 x 2 5/8 piece of Very Vanilla card stock.  Do the same with the floral image from Pressed Flowers in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp Ideas

Wrap Basic Black Solid Baker’s Twine around Very Vanilla layer above and tie in a bow.  Adhere to a 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 piece of Basic Black card stock and to card base with Snail Adhesive.

Using the Stamparatus, stamp the “thank you” sentiment from Love What You Do stamp set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Very Vanilla card stock. 

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp stitched oval

Crop the sentiment using the second smallest oval in Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies, the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine and Magnetic Platform (to help keep the die in place over the sentiment).  Adhere sentiment as shown using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp Idea

Using the Stamparatus (see photo above), stamp second floral image from Pressed Flowers stamp set on the Very Vanilla note card envelopes.

Create a simple thank you card using Stampin Up Love What You Do and Stamparatus - Mary Fish StampinUp mass produce

Eleven cards – the finish line!

Enjoy my FREE PDF Step-By-Step Tutorial (and supply list) for the Thank You Note Card here.

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24 thoughts on “Simple Saturday Thank You Note Card Times Eleven”

  1. These are so simple and so chic, Mary! I love the soft border of Petal Pink! <3 Your pictures look like such fun!

  2. Great design, Mary. Love the envelope adornment, too. I mostly cover the flaps, but I love the image on the envelope front. Thanks for the inspiring reminder.

  3. Oops…I didn’t see that your birthday is not until November 29th, I have a few of those in my family also. One niece, granddaughter, and great-granddaughter share the month with you. The Before wish still remains.

  4. Happy Before Your Birthday Wishes, and to your friends! We September gals have to stick together. This is a wonderful “bonus” card, easy AND beautiful! I am sure your guest will LOVE receiving it. TFS.

  5. What a sweet card and I wish you a Happy Birthday, my dear! If anyone deserves sweetness on her brithday, it is you!

  6. Love the color combo and the texture added by the background stamp across the card. So pretty! Enjoy your day!

  7. Thanks for sharing these oh-so-pretty cards, Mary. They are so special and yet lend themselves beautifully to mass production with the Stamparatus. These could be made as an all-occasion set to use as very nice gifts, too….just change out the sentiment on the oval.
    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Gorgeous card Mary, simple and yet, so elegant!!
    Love the way you framed this delicate little flowers.
    Happy early Birthday to you my dear, looks like you had a fabulous time.
    Sending lots of hugs and love.

  9. Stunning looking card my friend…….And happy early birthday wishes to you. Thanks for sharing!


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