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Thank You card..

Hi Bev Code here today at Just Imagine Crafts using amazing punches to make the Thank You Card.
Thought i'd share the whole process making this card today as I was playing with misting canvas flowers and also making your own leaves from cardstock.
Starting with the Canvas Floral Shapes I inked and multi sprayed for colour.


Now I hand stitched the centre pulling it together to give it some 
texture looking waves to look more natural.
Then glue them on top of each other.


Now I will share how to make your very own leaves and all you need is green cardstock.
Follow the instructions above to make as many as you need.


I started the card with a boughten base and heidi grace designs paper.
I used my Kreaxions Punches #303 with no insert to punch the upper border and #903 with insert to make the bottom  border and then matted them with cardstock to pop the punched images
I also added SRM sticker stitches to the borders.
Now following one of my very own sketches to make this card. (see below) I started
to form the centre – 2 squares with inked edges and a
 SRM floral sticker and then the main centre piece.
Here I used  burlap back piece, added more layers to
 my flower from above and added the homemade leaves.
To finish it off I made a multi layers sentiment that started with SRM Sticker.
Thanks for stopping by.. so glad to share 3 ideas …
how to create a fabulous flower from 
the great floral canvas pieces and also how to make your very own leaves…..
and how to get the most out of punches by popping the images with matting.
Be sure to try these yourself… and have fun creating.
Supply List:
Paper: heidi grace design – daydream
Card base and Cardstock: misc
Punches: Kreaxions #303, #903
Stickers: SRM Stickers
Burlap: Linnie Blooms
Canvas Floral: Linnie Blooms
Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger
Other: button

6 thoughts on “Thank You card..

  1. GinniG

    What a BEAUTIFUL card! Thanks for the tutorial! And I LOVE how the punched borders just set the whole thing off!

  2. Joan

    Love the cards and thanks for the tutorial!

  3. Karen aka Soccerboyzmom

    Love your card Bev, and great tutorial

  4. erin

    love this card, great flowers!!

  5. Lisa M.

    Beautiful punching on this gorgeous card!

  6. Charity Hotrum

    love the misting on these flowers!!!

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