Chalk Talk and Island Indigo Thank You Card

Today just a little quick project from me. A quite simple yet effective Thank You Card. This is one of the cards my customers recieved this month as a thank you for choosing me as their demonstrator 🙂

thank you card 2

I’ve used Whisper White and Island Indigo cardstock. Base is 4×4 trimmed using one of Finishing Touches Edgelits. I’ve also used them on a strip of Whisper White to make a tiny kinda banner to add to the card. Top of a card is shorter for more elegant effect. Well, at least I think it really adds to the look. The label and the sentiment are from Chalk Talk stamp set. They’re stamped using of course Island Indigo on a piece of Whisper White. I’ve used coordinating Chalk Talk Framelits Dies for the label and 1 1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch for the sentiment. Sponged the edges and put the card together using Tombow glue. And because I love bling – a little rhinestone found it’s place on the card too.

thank you card 1

All the products I’ve used are Stampin’ Up! and can be found in my SHOP.

Hope you like my little thank you card. Please like, share and leave a comment below if you like it 🙂

Thank you for stopping by and happy crafting!

Ania xx

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