Hello, fellow stampers! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and I wanted to thank each and everyone of you for all of the sweet comments you have made on my blog. Thank you so very much! I appreciate each and everyone of your comments. : ).
Today I am sharing an "odd" sized Thanksgiving card and matching envelope that we made at a recent stamp club. I purposely made the card an odd shape so that we could make a matching envelope using the very cool Envelope Punch Board. That thing is so much fun! I am sure you have seen the many, many things you can make with this simple tool. Today's post shows a file folder look on the card as well as the matching envelope. We used basic White card stock to create the envelope and stamped the inside to match the card. NOTE: Using card stock instead of your DSP will save you money if you are making a lot of the same thing- which we were. The 2nd picture isn't the best to show the cool envelope....but you certainly get the concept. :) Without further delay here it is:
Everyone's card looked a little different as we used different pieces of the Sweater Weather DSP.
STAMPS: Wonderfall, Gorgeous Grunge and Banner Greetings
INK: Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Chip, Crushed Curry and Baked Brown Sugar
PAPER: Sweater Weather DSP, Chocolate Chip and Whisper White card stock
ACCESSORIES: Autumn Accents Die, Envelope Punch Board, 1 1/4" Burlap, Linen Thread and Chocolate Chip Brads.
Have a blessed Thanksgiving celebration with family and friends everyone! Safe travels too!
P.S: Don't forget to stop by on Saturday for the new Dynamic Duos challenge of the week! Till then, happy stamping!!!