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Peacock Thank You Card

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Thank goodness the month of May is over!  I have been so busy that I haven’t had time to stamp.  That is no way to live. 🙂  One must always take time to create.  I plan to make June a month full of creativity.  So check back often. 

School officially ended this last Friday and I wanted to share with you a cute card that I made for my children’s teachers and cafeteria workers.  I used the peacock stamp from The Angel Company’s Bird Cage set and stamped it randomly on purple cardstock with Pearlescent Purple Brilliance Dew Drop ink.  I used the same ink and stamped the peacock on a piece of vanilla cardstock.  On the lower left hand corner of the vanilla cardstock I stamped “thank you” from The Angel Company’s set Feel Better in Noir (Black) Palette Ink.  I dragged the vanilla piece in the Pearlescent Purple ink and mounted on to a black piece of cardstock and then mounted both pieces to the purple card base.  The Brilliance Dew Drop inks are gorgeous on light and dark colored paper.  They really made this simple card design look elegant.

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For the final touch I added this sweet chocolate treat inside the card along with my hand written message.  It matched the paper perfectly. 

If you’d like to purchase the Brilliance Dew Drops or the set Bird Cageclick the links above to be directed to my secure TAC website!

Wedding Thank You Card


I’m attending a bridal shower this evening for my aerobics instructor.  She is a really sweet gal who really makes me work.  I wanted to make a little something she could use so I made a set of these lovely cards to give as part of my gift.  The inside says, “Thank you very much”.  This design is a combination of 2 earlier designs I made called  Spring Flowers and Elegant Bride and GroomI used The Angel Company’s cardstock collection Amberley Grace.  It is a beautiful, elegant cardstock collection and it coordinates perfectly with these dimensional stickers.  The satin ribbon ties it all together… literally and figuratively. 🙂