May Customer Thank You Cards Using Free As a Bird with Bird Ballard DSP
I am loving the birds on this paper and I knew right away I was going to make Thank You cards for my customers.
Every one who shops with me during the month gets a thank you card and a gift from me. It is my way of saying thank you to my customers and to spoil them. After all, they spoil me when they choose me as their demonstrator.
I used the brand new stamp set Free as a Bird and this is how I made my card.
I started with a half sheet of Thick Whisper White scored in half to make the card. I took a piece of 4-1/8″ by 4″ piece of DSP (I used the Bird Ballard designer series paper) and cut it at a diagonal, adhering it directly onto my cardstock.
Next I took a scrap of Blushing Bride and Pool Party and cut them both into 1/2″ strips. I adhered them at an angle right next to the DSP and then cut them with my scissors to length.
This bird is delightful! I stamped him onto Whisper White cardstock in Early Espresso. I used my Dark Crumb Cake and my Daffodil Delight combo pack – Stampin’ Blends and colored him in. Then I cut the bird out with the Stitched Shaped Framelits. I also stamped the sentiment in Early Espresso at the bird’s feet.
Last but not least (because I love it!) I stamped three of the larger flowers and colored them in with both Pool Party Stampin’ Blends. I fussy cut them out and used Glue Dots to adhere them. I gave each one a mini rhinestone in the center for flare.
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you love my card as much as I do! They are going to make the best Happy Mail!
See you soon!
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