November 2, 2020

Thank You Card by Martha Lucia

Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a Thank You Card. On this opportunity, I am featuring my favorite background stamp the Buffalo Background with the Thankful stamp, the Maple Leaf, the Skeleton Leaf Maple with Rinea Foiled Papers.

The process to make this card was very simple. Let me share the easy steps with you:
1. Create the card base using White Smooth Card Stock.
2. Stamp the Buffalo Background onto Crumb Cake Card Stock using the same color of ink.
3. Resize the second layer using the Mosaic Triangle Edge Rectangle Dies
4. Paste the above layer over the card base using 3D Foam Squares or Crafty Foam Tape.
4. Stamp with Kaleidacolor Ink Tomato Wine Ink Pat the Skeleton Leaf Maple and the Maple Leaf onto colored card stock. 
5. Fussy cut the leaves with scissors or with a cutting Machine.
6. Stamp the Thankful Sentiment onto White Smooth Card Stock using VersaFine Onix. At this time you can edit the stamp and use it as individual words, like I made, or as a complete image.
7. Layering the sentiment. 

Until here all the card process was a normal process but with Rinea Foiled Paper you can get an extraordinary look with only add a few touches or make an easy step:

8. Cut some leaves onto Rinea Foiled Paper. They have amazing colors and textures to select what you want. In my project, I used the Floral Foiled Paper Variety Pack that includes all the season colors. My colors were Marigold Starstruck and Violet Starstruck

9. Arrange all the stamped pieces and die cuts over the decorated card base pasting them with crafty foam tape or 3D Foam Squares.

10. Finalize the decoration with a few enamel dots in coordinated colors.

Easy and beautiful! Your card is done!

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