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Make A Card To Send Your Thoughts

Stampin-up-thinking-of-you-card-very-versailleIt's always the right time to send a card to let someone know they are in your thoughts, right? 

We don't need a special reason to send a note of kindness.  I sent cards just like this one to both of my daughters this week.  Who can you send a card one day soon?

This card idea was made with a beautiful stamp set from the Stampin' Up! annual catalog. It's the  Very Versailles Cling Stamp Set [149275].

Just look at the beautiful images in this set!

And, this beautiful Pressed Petals Specialty Designer Series Paper [149500] is a must-have! It is amazing!

When I first started cardmaking, most of my cards were of this particular style and it's still one of my favorites.  Here's a quick video of the process.  


Here are the supplies used to make this card.  Just click on the links below to go to my online store! I appreciate your support and choosing to order from me!

Product List

Lisa's Inklings:

Now that you have seen just how pretty these supplies are, visit the online store so that you can send a card like this to let someone know that you've thought of them.


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Beautiful card Lisa! Love the paper and stamp set. Thanks for sharing.

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