Thanksgiving day is a week from now. There are so many things we are thanking God for. He has done amazing and unexpected things in our lives in this year.
Today I am thankful to be able to make another thank you card to send out this week. I made this clean-and-simple card with simple heat embossing resist techniques.
I stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink, added clear embossing powder and heat set it with my craft heater. Using make sponges, I added the Distress inks on the bottom of the canson watercolor paper. And then I splattered with some water and wiped it of with paper towel after several seconds.
I die cut some of the weath leaves out of kraft cardstock and added them on the card with Liquid Glass glue. I formed them like a half wreath. Then I stamped the heart and fussy cut it, then added it at the center of the half wreath with 3D foam tape for some dimension. Then I added some sparkly glitter on the hearts and leaves using Spectrum Noir glitter brush.
I added some of the Fall Festive sequins and natural twine on the panel. Then I added the finished panel on the card base with 3D foam tape.
Here are supplies I used today:
- Give Thanks Bundle (Concord & 9th)
- Canson watercolor paper
- Heavy weight white cardstock
- Kraft Cardstock
- Distress Mini Ink Pads
- Versamark Ink
- Clear embossing powder (CTMH)
- Natural Twine (May Arts Ribbon)
- Fall Festive Sequin Mix (Neat & Tangled)
- WRMK Evolution Advanced diecutting machine
- Spectrum Noir Clear Glitter Brush
- Liquid Glass glue (CTMH)
- 3D foam tape
- Tombow permaned adhesive runner
- Craft Heater (CTMH)
Thank you so much for visting today! Have a fabulous blessed day!
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