Simple and Sweet Thank You Note!

How about a simple and sweet Thank You card for this Christmas season. Details on my blog here: #stampinup #Christmas #thankyou #perfectlyplaid

How about a simple and sweet Thank You card this Christmas?  What a great way to use up those paper scraps or left over pine tree punched pieces.

When I was creating this card I thought it would be perfect for teachers to give to their students for the gifts they received.  Super simple and I used the Notecards & Envelopes; so really quick and easy.  Just fold and decorate.

How about a simple and sweet Thank You card for this Christmas season. Details on my blog here: #stampinup #Christmas #thankyou #perfectlyplaid

The back row of trees were created using the Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper and the Pine Tree punch.  The front 2 trees were punched from Shaded Spruce card stock and made smaller and popped up in the front using dimensionals.

The Thank You Sentiment is from the Kindness and Compassion stamp set.  I love this script.

A little Gold Metallic Pearl atop each tree was the finishing touch.

Maybe notecards is not your thing?  Some people prefer full size cards.

How about a simple and sweet Thank You card for this Christmas season. Details on my blog here: #stampinup #Christmas #thankyou #perfectlyplaid

This is the same card I just added it to a piece of Shaded Spruce card stock and then onto a Whisper White card stock base.  There you have it a full size card.

How about a simple and sweet Thank You card for this Christmas season. Details on my blog here: #stampinup #Christmas #thankyou #perfectlyplaid

This side view gives you a better look at how the notecard is attached to the Shaded Spruce and Whisper White base.

Which is more your style simple and sweet notecard or full sized card?

If you missed my Tuesday Tips and Techniques where I showed how to create the tree smaller you can view it below:

Here is your shopping list for todays notecard:

Simply click on any of the products you would like to order and add them to your shopping bag or just click Add All to Cart and remove the products you don’t want.

Thanks so much for your orders; it is greatly appreciated!

To view the Retired, Discounted and Carry Over List please see this post HERE.

Also, the Clearance Rack has been updated with new stuff!  Check it out!

Customer Appreciation:

Holiday Rhinestone Jewels from Stampin' Up! Details on my blog:

As a Christmas Gift from me; place a minimum $25.00 order and use the hostess code: FXCBDTH3 and you will receive the Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels.  These will be mailed out in 2 different mailings December 20 and January 3rd.  To receive the Free Rhinestones your order needs to be submitted by December 31st.

I’m happy to say this month’s Customer Appreciation PDF file was done by me.  It is all about Gift Card Holders.   I’ve been hearing some rave reviews regarding my Gift Card Holders for this month.  Thanks to all who have make a purchase with me this month and received the PDF file.  Your orders and comments is what keeps me motivated and stamping for you!

Also, I had the PDF file and all the gift card holders completed and then the Brightly Gleaming Specialty Designer Series Paper was Sold Out.  You can still create all the gift card holders just change up the printed papers; you can also change them up to be for different occasions.

Stamp Sets Used:

  • Christmas Gleaming Bundle
  • Perfectly Plaid Bundle
  • So Many Stars Bundle

It's all about the Gift Card Holders. This grouping is all different fun fold Gift Card Holders for Christmas. Details on my blog here: #thestampcamp #stampinup #giftcardholders

The PDF File for this month’s Customer Appreciation PDF File is Free with a min. $40.00 (before shipping and tax) order and you must use this hostess code: FXCBDTH3

If your order is over $150.00 please DO NOT use the hostess code as you are your own hostess and will receive all the hostess benefits.

Happy Holidays and Happy Stamping!


2 thoughts on “Simple and Sweet Thank You Note!

  1. Mina says:

    Beautiful tree card. Love the idea of making a smaller tree with the punch, never thought of that. An idea for holding the punched tree is using a piece of post it note to hold it to place in the punch. This works well as I have used it several times, just not with the tree punch. Thanks for the great idea.

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