Have you ever tried card making? Years ago, when I loved to scrapbook, I had never made a card. I had a friend talk me into trying some, and I’ve never looked back. Now I still make cards pretty regularly, but I don’t scrapbook anymore, I just play with paper. 😉 I still love all kinds of paper crafts, but when it comes to scrapbooking, I use Instagram and Chatbooks for that. Anyway, that’s a story for another day. Today I want to share with you these fun & easy thank you cards that I put together to send to a few of my friends at Cricut after the Cricut Mountain Make-a-thon that they were so generous to send me to. They were so fun, that I thought I’d share them with you, just in case you wanted to make some too.
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Fun & Easy Thank You Cards Supplies:
I started by designing my card in Cricut Design Space. I created the tag shapes using the shapes and slice tools, and found a doily that I liked. I also created the Thank You tag, and used the Draw & Cut feature for them. Then I cut everything out on the Cricut Explore Air 2.
I cut a sheet of white cardstock in half, creating the card bases.
After I cut the pearl paper into the tag shape and doilies, I placed the tags into embossing folders.
Then I ran them through the Cuttlebug machine.
The embossing adds such fun dimension.
Once I had everything ready, I started assembling my cards. I placed the doily.
Then I placed the embossed tag.
After I tied ribbon through the thank you tag, I attached it using dimensional adhesive.
You can see the dimension here.
These cards were so quick and easy to put together!
I did a little different variation on them as well, because I think it’s fun to make them not all look exactly the same.
I really love the way the pearl paper looks cut into the doily too! I think I might cut some out of every color! The shimmer on that paper is so pretty, although you really can’t see it well in these pictures.
Do you enjoy making cards?
To see other cards like these Thank You Cards that I’ve created, you can find the gallery here!