Happy Friday crafty friends.
What have you got planned for the weekend? Anything crafty? I have lots on my crafting agenda. But quite how much I'll get through remains to be seen. But hopefully I'll have lots of sneak peeks of projects to share with you over on my Facebook page over the weekend.
Today's crafty make is a clean and simple Thank You card I made for my recent party customers. It was inspired by this card I'd seen on Pinterest. I loved the simplicity of the embossing on Basic Black card. And by using the three tones of embossing powder I was able to achieve this ombre effect. For this effect I used Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride and White.
The Another Thank You stamp set features 6 different thank you sentiments as well as little heart embellishment details. It is such a lovely stamp set for creating thank you notes. The sentiment I used for this card is my absolute favourite. I love the size of the thank you. It is a real focal feature on any card.
As well as this colour combination I tried a whole pile of different combinations including silver and gold which were equally as effective against the black background. You are only limited by the number of embossing powder colours you own. You simply apply your powder one colour at a time to the Versamarked image.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope whatever your weekend has in store for you that it is a good one. I hope if you are planning on craftiness it is a productive one for you.
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