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Fancy Flower Thank You Card

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Nothing shows your appreciation like cute handmade thank you cards.  With this Fancy Flower Thank You Card by Lifestyle Crafts, you're sure to make an impression on the receiver.  Take the time to make your own greeting cards. 

Fancy Flower Thank You Card

Materials:

  • Letterpress Starter Kit
  • Grey Cardstock
  • A2 Letterpress Paper
  • Blossoms printing plate
  • Yellow and Gray Ink
  • Nesting Circle die

     

Instructions:

  1. Using the Blossoms printing plate and Yellow ink, apply the floral pattern onto an A2 piece of letterpress paper.
     
  2. Using the 'Thank You' piece that comes with the Letterpress Starter Kit, print the sentiment with Gray ink onto a white strip of letterpress paper. Cut the edges making a simple flag.
     
  3. Using the Nesting Circle die and cardstock, create the layered flower. Cut out various sizes of circles, then crumple each one up several times to loosen the fibers in the cardstock. After 4-5 times, the cardstock will start to separate. Peel the circle, separating the layers, until you now have two circles. The two insides that were once touching each other now look like "faux suede." Layer all the flowers on top of each other with all the "faux suede" sides facing up, and crinkle the edges as desired.
     
  4. Assemble all of the pieces using adhesive.

 

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Some great techniques shared here! Thanks for explaining how you made the flower!

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