Stampin’ Up! Some Thank You Cards

I have something other than a Valentine’s Day card.   I’ll return to those tomorrow, which will happen to be the Pretty Pals January Blog Hop.  Make sure to come back and check out some Spring Catalog favorites.

These cute little cards were made for a customer who placed an on-line order.  It is my way of saying, “Thank You” for placing an order with me.  The cards were quick & easy to make and they will certainly bring a little bit of sunshine to the people who receive them.

The Papillon Potpourri stamp set is absolutely stunning with magnificent details.  I used the Hearts A Flutter framelit on a little piece of Primrose Petal card stock leftover scrap to make the little tag behind the sentiment.  The rhinestone was added to add a bit of pop.

PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT:  I’m on a countdown before going overseas for six months and I’m beginning to have separation anxiety from my craft room.  What items do you suggest I take with me?

Thank you so much for stopping by.  I am so grateful that you have reached the bottom of the post.  I know 2013 is going to bring me a whole lot of blog visitors.

Stampin’ Up! Products Used:
Stamp Set: Papillon Potpourri (123759), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370),
Paper: Crumb Cake (120953), Primrose Petals (126841), Very Vanilla (101650)
Ink: Primrose Petals (126858)
Punches: Word Window (119857), Elegant Butterfly (127526)
Embossing Folder: Lacy Brocade (127819)
Framelits: Hearts A Flutter (130159) from Spring Catalog

Accessories: Rhinestone (119246), Medium Envelopes (107301)

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.


  1. Oh wow! Making your craft room portable–YIKES! In addition to the Big Shot and the TI folders. Then I’d say as many framelit sets as you have with their coordinating clear mount sets and acrylic blocks. If you don’t have room for all your inkpads and card stock, I would choose one of the In Color sets, a black and a brown, and maybe colors you might need for special occasions during the 6 months you’ll be gone. I’d also take either a twine or a neutral ribbon you can stamp or dye to suit the occasion. I feel for you! I don’t know how I’d choose what to leave behind!

  2. Very pretty and sweet Thank You cards…and like that you combined the older with the newer and great color combo! I have to agree, take your Big Shot, as many EFolders that you may have and the dies….so much can be done with these items! Good luck!

  3. I agree – big shot. Love the butterfly on the envelope. I never think to do that.

  4. Definitely Big Shot. I would have to rent a u-haul as it is too hard to decide what to take so I would have to take it all. =) Love the card. Clean and simple. Have a safe trip and lots of fun.

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