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Thanks a Bunch Flap Card

This card is so easy and make and the best part? It uses free Sale-A-Bration products from Stampin’ Up!

At first glance, I didn’t absolutely LOVE the Thanks a Bunch stamp set. I thought… carrots? Why carrots? But after I played with it this weekend, I fell in love!

The two step stamping creates beautiful images and I love the sentiments in this set. It’s great for spring cards and crafts. And I really love that it’s free with a $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration!

For this card, I did a fun “flap” fold. It’s so easy to recreate and would be perfect for any stamp set or paper you have!

This card uses 2 free Sale-A-Bration items. The Thanks a Bunch stamp set and the Dandy Designs DSP.

For the carrots, I chose Pale Papaya as the “base” and Pumpkin Pie for the details. The leaves were stamped with different shades of Granny Apple Green.

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