Thank You Card with die cut Thanks in Night of Navy, Very Vanilla and Daffodil Delight with Punched Butterflies, Quick and Easy!

And here is a really Quick and  Easy Card!  I love the bright colors, theDSP that lends itself to these bright colors and, when taken out of an envelope will bring smiles to anyone’s face.

The card base is Very Vanilla layered with Night of Navy. The front is created by layering Daffodil Delight Card  Stock on the Night of Navy Card stock  using Snail Adhesive.  Cut a piece of Affectionately Yours DSP 3/4″ less than the Daffodil Delight Card Stock.  Adhere to Daffodil Delight Card Stock using Snail Adhesive.   Then die cut  “thanks’ from Night of Navy and Daffodil Delight Card Stock using the “Hello You” Thinlets die.  Carefully adhere the two layers of Night of Navy and Daffodil Delight die cuts using the Fine Tip Glue Pen.  Then adhere to the front of the card at a ‘jaunty’ angle.

Using the Elegant Butterfly punch and Daffodil Delight punch two butterflies (one will be used inside the card-lay aside).  Then using the Affectionately Yours DSP and the Bitty Butterfly Punch, punch two butterflies. Using the  Fine Tip Glue Pen adhere the butterflies together.

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For the inside Adhere a layer of Night of Navy on the Very Vanilla and then a layer of Very Vanilla.  Using the Smudge Stamp from Work of Art Stamp Set and Night of Navy Ink Pad, stamp off one time and then stamp on the top left corner allowing room to adhere the butterfly (Elegant Butterfly Punch and Bitty Butterfly Punch layered).  Quick and easy-a card anyone one would proud to receive.

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Here are the Stampin’ Up! products used on this card:
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3 thoughts on “Thank You Card with die cut Thanks in Night of Navy, Very Vanilla and Daffodil Delight with Punched Butterflies, Quick and Easy!

  1. Thank you Mary and Amy. Of all the cards I have made, this is my very least favorite! But I did get to use a butterfly for the challenge! Hah!!

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