Welcome back to the stash busting challenge! Today I’m sharing this flower thank you card that busts through some of my scrapbook paper.
Earlier this month, my family and I went on a trip to Vancouver Island. We stayed with family for apart of the trip and I thought this card would be a great way to show our appreciation.
I love the way the flower thank you card turned out! It’s perfect for the recipients too. My uncle was a navigator before retirement and his wife loves gardening. Did you spot the airplanes on the yellow paper?
This is the first card that I have shared on the blog so I decided to play it safe and use a card kit that I found in the Silhouette Design Store. I then used my Silhouette CAMEO to cut the project. For my own special touch, I added a light brown ribbon and a “thank you” saying to the front of the card. I also used pop dots to add some dimension.
It took a matter of minutes to assemble the card.
I curled the ends of the flower with a pencil to add even more dimension.
Now it’s time to check out what the other bloggers have created this month.
Emily from A Pop of Red
Vanessa from Social Stampers
Heather from Shiftmama
Megan from Make Something Mondays
Carin from Eclectic Soapbox
Mary from Sew Much Love, Mary
Jemma from Thimble and Twig