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CTMH Damask Thank You Cards

Category: My Crafty Projects  |  Permalink

Published: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

This weekend I managed to get some crafty time in and made these 2 thank you cards using a masking technique. My craft room was missing me like crazy so I made a quick visit. My little guy, Maverick is almost a year now and has been walking since 10 months so it makes it a little challenging to get crafty with him in the room with me. The days of him hanging out in a bouncer or playing with toys on a blanket while watching movies are over for a bit. Now he loves to dump out paper flowers, attempt to walk under my craft table and bonk his head... so needless to say unless it's late night it has become a bit difficult to get things done in there.

I made these 2 thank you cards for some of my Scentsy customers. My thank you card stash has been depleting lately so I'm refilling it with damask cards. My fav! =) To make these I just used a white card base, stamped Thanks and then used a scrap piece of paper to mask the Thanks area and then used the Damask Tiles stamp to create the background. I filled up my Close To My Heart spray pin with black re-inker, create-a-shade paint, and some water and spritzed the purple areas, masking the black side. I then cut a strip of purple, ran it through my cuttlebug using the Swiss Dots embossing folder and topped it off with a black handmade paper flower. To see my tutorial on how to make the paper flower check out my Quick Flick video tutorial below:


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