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April 22, 2012

Thank You card

Hello!  Its Kimberli from Kimberli's Creations,  I have a thank you card to show you today, that I made to send out to a friend to thank her for my birthday gift!


I based it on the sketch below from Scrapbook Steals - I'm really starting to love using sketches and can whip up a card in no time using them!!
I used no machine on this one!  I cut the banner piece with my own two hands, just by folding the end in half and clipping it off! ;)  I cut the chevon piece from the paper itself, just following along the pattern in the paper, which was from Recollections 'Bold Basics' stack.  I used the Seeing Spots embossing folder on the green cardstock, which is from my stash.  I stamped the sentiment, from The Stamps of Life 'mums2stamp', onto a piece of chipboard that came with the elements pack that coordinates with my CTMH Art Philosophy cart, then inked the edges.  Added a few buttons from my stash to pull in the yellow from the print paper and its done!

I finished off the inside with a piece of paper from the same stack as above, that matches the banner piece from the front and a piece of white cardstock to write my message on!

Thanks so much to Pam for having me today!  I hope you enjoyed my card, its been fun challenging myself to not use my machines and find out what I'm capable of using just my 2 hands!  :)

Have a great week!!

6 comments :

Heather said...

Fabulous job on the sketch card, love the color combo and the embossing great touch with the buttons

Pam said...

This is so cute. Love buttons and sketches are a great way to whip out cards. TFS

Michelle said...

Cute card.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Beautiful card, Kimberli! Love the colors and the buttons. Sometimes my sister makes fun of me when I whip up my scrissors instead of pressing the on button on my die cut machines.

JenL said...

Great card!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great card! TFS

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