I noticed my supply of 'thank you' cards was low so I designed a few while watching Halloween movies this week.
This first one came from the Art Deco cartridge; the letters were cut from the Suburbia alphabet. I had to make this card a 5 x 7 to have room for the 1 inch letters. This took longer to make because of all the small pieces and layers - but they look so good it's worth the effort.
This next one is all from the Cindy Loo cartridge. The design was cut at 3 inches, the 'Thanks' at 1 1/4 inches. It's a standard 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 card.
I really like this one. The rose is from the Quarter Note cartridge, cut at 2 inches (the width of the flower). I'm not crazy about the red and black color scheme the patterns use so I cut out an extra base in green, cut off the flower from the dard red cut and glued it on. Then I just added the lighter red layer. The word is from the Cindy Loo cartridge.
It was easy to made a couple at a time so I have a good supply now. I hope these give you some ideas; the last two were definitely quick and easy and look good.
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