Quick and easy Thank you Cards.

This time of year, Thank you cards are called for.  We send them to all the gift givers from over the holidays.  I threw together 6 of these quick and easy cards in about a half hour.  Stampin UP Www.AverysOwlery.com Notecards

First off, to make it quick, I used the precut Notecards and envelopes from Stampin up.  Very affordable at 20 in a pack for $6.00.  They come in Whisper white or Crumb Cake.

Stampin UP Www.AverysOwlery.com Notecards

Second, pick a pretty paper.  This paper, the reverse sides are used together, is from the Love Blossoms paper stack.  I like it because not every piece shouts Valentine.  There are lots included, like this one, that can be used for a non-Valentine card or project.

Third, simple sentiment and an easy crop.  I love, love, love this  Thank You sentiment from One Big Meaning.  It is my absolute favorite way to say thank you and using the Basic Black Archival ink gives a crisp clean image.  The image also fits perfectly in the 2 inch circle punch.  I used the next size up circle die to create the Rose Red Layer.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. What a great way to show how easy it can be to crank out a bunch of beautiful cards! This is a great layout and great showcase of this gorgeous paper!

    • Beautiful simple thank you cards (or any occasion cards) I am demonstrating a rip & flip card at my next class and always try to show them other ways to use the DSP. This is perfect. Thank you for sharing this!

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