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A Simple Thank You

Hi Everyone! Today I have a card to share where I've tried to embrace a little more white space and a little more ink. :)

This was made using pretty basic stamping techniques and is easy enough to make a set for personal use or gift giving. I mounted the three different leaf sizes from Beautiful Blooms II on an acrylic block and then stamped them randomly from corner to corner. The flowers were also stamped in three different sizes and cut out (PTI has die cuts by have been opting to still cut by hand). The card was finished with a row of polka dots and a simple sentiment.

Have a great day! I will be out enjoying the sunshine. Hope you will be too!

Materials:
Stamps: Papertrey Ink Beautiful Blooms II, Polka Dot Basics II, Up Up and Away
Paper: Papertrey Ink Simply Chartreuse
Ink: Papertrey Ink Rasberry Fizz, Spring Moss; ColorBox Chalk Ink; Memento Tuxedo Black

Comments

Barb said…
Beautiful, Ashley! Love the colors and your pretty flowers! :)
This turned out so great! Love how you used the white space! So pretty!
Kathy Martin said…
Just lovely! Great flower stamps! :)
Alice said…
beautiful stamping! love the scattered leaves!
Tiffany Ervin said…
Beautiful! Such an elegant design!
donna mikasa said…
Such a pretty card! Love the colors and the falling leaves! Perfect all occasion card!
Geny said…
Super pretty card, love how you layered the flowers over the dots!

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