Sending a heartfelt thank you card can brighten someone’s day and make them feel truly appreciated. Today, I’ll show you how to use the Pick of the Patch bundle from Stampin’ Up to create a cute, fall themed thank you card.
The Pick of the Patch bundle is wonderful for fall projects! It includes 22 photopolymer stamps and a coordinating paper punch that cuts out 2 pumpkins, a leaf and a stem.
I love this bundle because of the sentiments! Not only is it great for fall, but there’s also a happy Halloween sentiment as well.
This card uses two ink colors: Pumpkin Pie & Mossy Meadow which I used to stamp the pumpkins, stems and leaves. I also created my own Designer Series Paper of sorts. Check out the video below to see how!
The layout for this card is easy and could be used for any type of card! The measurements are:
- Pumpkin Pie base- 4¼” by 11″ scored at 5½”
- Basic White (2)- 5¼” by 4″
- Mossy Meadow- 2½” by 4″
- DSP- 2¼” by 3¾”
- Pumpkin Pie- 1½” by 1
- Basic White- 1¼” by ¾”
- Scraps of Basic White for punch cutting
For a visual guide on how to create this handmade thank you card, be sure to watch the step-by-step video tutorial. I’ll walk you through each stage of the process, making it easy for crafters of all skill levels to follow along and create a beautiful card. Click the button below to see the video tutorial!
Creating a handmade thank you card with the Pick of the Patch bundle from Stampin’ Up is a wonderful way to show your appreciation to others. Whether you’re an experienced crafter or new to cardmaking, this project is both fun and fulfilling. I hope you’ve enjoyed this card and are inspired to create your own. Happy Stamping!Product List
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