Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Thank You Card

I enjoyed substituting for our Catholic elementary school in our rural town and want to send a
Thank You card for the teachers, principal and staff for calling me this year to substitute for their classes.  The smiles and teaching these little children just filled my heart with blessings.

I am loving the Sue Wilson dies and her embossing folders.  I cut out two Sue Wilson Thank You sentiments, one in white/gold glimmer cardstock and another one in silver mirror card stock.  I cut the Thank You out of the silver card stock and glued it on the outside frame of the white Thank You die cut.

I just bought on-line from Scrapy Land the stunning and very versatile die - Sue Wilson - Spanish Collection-Seville.  I used 3D foam tape for layering the frames, Seville die cut and behind the Thank You.  The card was framed with the Sue Wilson-Double Pierced Rectangle Set B.

The embossing folder is the gorgeous Sue Wilson-Rambling Rose.  The flowers are from the Wild Orchid Craft and the gorgeous leaves are Sue Wilson Petite Vinery and Sue Wilson Lace Edge Leaves.  I highly recommend the Sue Wilson dies Petite Vinery and Lace Edge Leaves to be added to your inventory of dies when you are adding flowers to your cards.  I love these two dies especially for vintage and Shabby Chic cards.

Other supplies are:  Crafter's Companion white/gold cardstock, 1 1/2" May Art Crushed White Ribbon with pearl and rhinestone ribbon slider buckel and 3mm flatbead pearls.

Scrapy Land has over 40 brands of dies.  You can see them all here.  

Thank you for joining us at Scrapy Land and keep visiting the Scrapy Land Face Book and Scrapy Land Blog to continue to see the wonderful projects and cards that the designers have for you.

So come join the fun and post your card.  Can't wait to see what you have created for our current challenge - Scrapy Land-Anything Goes.  Also, a big Thank You for all of you who have visited the designers blogs and left comments.  We really appreciate all of you!!!

I am entering this card in The Ribbon Girls-June Challenge Anything Goes

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