Tag Archive | thank you cards

Tiny Tags wedding thank you

This is another of the thank you cards I’ve made for my friend’s wedding.

I made it a few times, in slightly different ways, so that everyone who receives a card will still receive a unique card.

And I also stamped the envelopes to coordinate with the cards.

I was inspired to use the Tiny Tags stamp set by a lovely vintage card Shelli made at Convention in Sydney, Australia.  Now, Shelli hasn’t blogged this card that I’ve seen, so I hope she doesn’t mind me sharing her card which is the inspiration for my thank you cards in this post.  I did take this photo at Convention.

For my cards, I used the Very Vanilla (textured), Very Vanilla, Brushed Gold and So Saffron cardstock with So Saffron, Chocolate Chip and Gold ink.  On the top card I’ve heat embossed the gold heart and crown.  I added a few pearls to each card, some non-SU ribbon (if only I could’ve ordered from the upcoming new catalogue – I wouldn’t have used non-SU ribbon!!) and SU gold thread (now retired).   And I used the Tiny Tags punch and Scallop Edge punch too.

More gift tags to come for the wedding, so visit again soon!

Thanks for looking 🙂

Together Forever wedding thank you

I’ve been busy making some special cards for a lovely lady I used to work with – she’s getting married very soon!!  I was asked to make a few wedding thank you cards for her family, so this is one of the cards I made:

I used the layout from another card I’ve made before here, and then I used colours that were closest to the bride’s bridesmaid colours to help coordinate with her wedding theme.  I used Very Vanilla (textured), Brushed Gold and So Saffron card stock and So Saffron and Versamark ink.  The stamp sets I used are Together Forever and Short & Sweet.  Sadly, Together Forever won’t be available after the end of this month – so now is your last chance to buy it if you love it!  I must admit, I’ve loved using it.  It’s so versatile!  Thank you cards, birthday cards, wedding cards etc. 

You can see in the close up that I’ve embossed the sentiment and frame with gold embossing powder, plus I paper pierced a border in the centre frame and I’ve added some elegant pearls.  Pearls are lovely on wedding cards, don’t you think?

I’ve more cards that are part of this wedding theme – so check back over the next few days to see what else I’ve created for my friend – the soon-to-be beautiful bride!

Thanks for looking 🙂