Monday, February 8, 2021

Garden Wishes Customer Thank You Cards



Today I am showcasing the Garden Wishes stamps 

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I enjoy making Thank you cards for my customers 
I used the garden wishes dandelion stamps with Mossy meadow ink
The bumblebee cardstock with bumblebee ink for the sentiment
The cardstock base in mossy meadow cardstock and the dandy garden bundle DSP for highlight
The bumblebee is stamped in black and colored with daffodil delight and misty moonlight stampin blends 







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9 comments:

  1. Stunning card Suzie. Love how it's monochromatic except for the bumblebee and the strip of garden. Great effect! Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop this month.

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  2. Cute cards, great customer thank you’d.

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  3. Your design for this Thank You card is amazing! I love your creativity and use of this stamp set.

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  4. Lovely card Suzie. I love the Garden Wishes stamp set.

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