Handmade Thank You Card with Amazing Silhouettes
March 13, 2022
Today's project is a handmade thank you card with the beautiful Amazing Silhouettes Bundle (English)  from the current Stampin' Up! Mini Catalog. Also featured is the just-released Waves Of The Ocean Designer Series Paper .
This new designer paper in blues, greens, corals, and pinks is part of the new Waves of the Ocean collection. While the stamp set and dies will carry over into the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog, this designer paper is only available while supplies last. You can see more about the "Waves" collection here.
This thank you card was one of the projects that I created in a recent YouTube Premiere. You can see the recording of the video below. This card demonstration begins at 5:19 and that's where the video below should begin. You can see the entire video HERE on YouTube.
- Pacific Point Cardstock  for the base is cut 4-1/4 x 11, you'll need a 3 x 6 piece to cut the scallops and about 2 x 4 to die-cut the thank you shadow.
- Basic White Cardstock  is cut 2-1/2 x 5-1/4, 4 x 5-1/4 for the inside of the card and about 2 x 4 for die-cutting thank you.
- Waves Of The Ocean Designer Series Paper  is cut 4 x 5-1/4 and 3/4 x 4 for the inside of the card.
Below is the listing of projects used for this card:
- Amazing Silhouettes Bundle (English) 
- Pacific Point 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock 
- Basic White 8 1/2" X 11" Cardstock 
- Waves Of The Ocean 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper 
- Pacific Point Classic Stampin' Pad 
- Granny Apple Green Stampin' Pad 
- Old Olive Classic Stampin' Pad 
- Garden Green Classic Stampin' Pad 
- Mini Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine 
- Stamparatus 
- Blending Brushes 
- Sponge Daubers 
- Rhinestone Waves Basic Jewels 
- Scalloped Contours Dies 
- Multipurpose Liquid Glue [11075
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