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Easy-thank-you-cardToday's makeover thank you card is an easy and pretty style borrowed from a Stampin' Up! video tutorial from the past.

The creation that was the inspiration for this thank you card is actually a Christmas card!  Just goes to show that you can take any idea and customize it to fit your need.  Just change the color scheme and stamps and you are ready to go.

The Daffodil Delight (yellow) card base has a little added technique that's easy to do.  I used the sunflower stamps from the Painted Harvest stamp set and used *tone on tone, second generation stamping to create a subtle background. 

*tone on tone- stamping with same color ink as your cardstock

*second generation stamping - Ink your stamp, stamp off (stamp on scratch paper first), then stamp on cardstock

Let's take a look at the video tutorial that inspired today's thank you card.

Click Here to see the quick and easy card idea on You Tube.

Here's the Stampin' Up! supply list for today's thank you card idea:

Product List

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There are many beautiful paper collections included in this sale but here are my personal favorites!

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Add the first three papers to your cart and get that 4th one FREE!  You'll want these Just Add Color Specialty Prints for when you purchase your Stampin' Blends, November 1, 2017!

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I love hearing from you!  Please leave a comment below with your favorite Stampin' Up! color and I'll conduct a random drawing next Sunday (October 29, 2017) for one of you to receive this quick and pretty thank you card from me!

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