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Customer Thank You Cards using Stylish Stems Framelits and a Rainbow!

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Customer Thank You Cards using Stylish Stems Framelits and a Rainbow!

OK, so on a technicality, my rainbow themed cards was last week, but I wanted to share with you the Thank You Cards that I sent out last week for all the people who came shopping with me last month.

I made these in amongst packing and preparing to move house. And also, at one point, I was at a children’s birthday party with the smaller boys and put all the dimensionals on them!

I started out with 3 x 3″ squares of white cardstock. You can’t see it all that well in the photos, but I split my pile of 200 squares into 3 smaller piles then got out my watercolour pencils!

I scribbled 3 colours onto each one, in differing trios (bear with me, I’ll share that in a moment) then watercoloured them to blend together.

My trios were Rich Razzleberry, Melon Mambo and Real Red. This particular trio was the backdrop for the matching cardstock layers that I’d die cut. If you take a look at the larger picture, you’ll see it sort of there!

Then I went with Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight and Old Olive. The cardstock over these was the Pumpkin Pie, Tangerine Tango, Daffodil Delight and Old Oliver.

Finally, I only had 2 blues in Watercolour Pencil – Pacific Point and Bermuda Bay, but I went with it. Covering them with Tempting Turquoise, Pacific Point and Bermuda Bay cardstock cut outs.

So while there are only 3 ‘designs’ of watercolouring, when you change it up with different Brights Collection cardstock, they look so different!

I love the natural flow of the watercolour, some of them peep out of the sides, some don’t, but they’re all lovely!

And with that smidgen of stamping from Mixed Borders, I was almost finished. 5 packets of Enamel Shapes later…..

I love them and the rainbow they created!

S xx

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Comments

  1. Marthea from Western Australia says:

    Lovely as usual
    I hope you have lots of room in your new house
    Cheers

  2. Thanks so very much to you!! That watercoloring is going to drive me nuts!!!

  3. Thank you for sharing and for the lovely card.
    I’m amazed everytime at how wel organized you are to get all these things done while in the middle of a move.

    Did all go well with the move? I did burn a few candles for you that Friday. 😉
    How is the new house? Are the new neighbours nice? 🙂

  4. Nannie Annie says:

    Lovely cards Sam. This is a very good idea. Thank you.

  5. All together they look Amazing!!!
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

  6. Awesome thank you cards Sam, I can’t believe you did them while moving to a new home and while at a little kids party, awesome way to use your time so wisely.
    Hope all went well with the move, it can be hectic.
    Big Hugs,
    Maria.

  7. Sheryl Sgarbossa says:

    Beautiful! Much happiness to you and your family in your new home!
    Thanks for your inspiration.

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