A Simple Card IS Simple With A Sketch

Today is TUESDAY and you know what that means??  Well, of course it means its time for an ALL NEW LIST OF WEEKLY DEALS– I look forward to seeing what they are each week and they really help me stock up on supplies I need for classes and my personal projects!! LOVE THAT, so be sure to check them out today and take advantage of the savings!!  Remember if you get to that $50 mark you are eligible for Sale-A-Bration rewards too!!

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So aside from awesome savings you can get starting today TUESDAY also means that it’s time for an ALL new challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments… and this was a FUN one for me.  I used the sketch for the challenge to create a TON of 3×3 Thank You Notes… well at least I assume they are Thank You’s… lemme esplain..

Good As Gold Card Kit Scraps used to create http://www.HandStampedStyle.com Thank You Notes for customers

Using the left over pieces from the Good As Gold Card Kit.

These are several left over pieces that I had from the GOOD AS GOLD card kit AND the SWEET SORBET DESIGNER PAPER, available for FREE right now during SALE-A-BRATION!  I love the little sentiments… and I used all the ones I knew for a different project and these are the languages that were left… I hate to say that I don’t know what languages these are… LOL!!  I used the French, English, and most of the German versions but these were tricky for me.

Good As Gold Card Kit Scraps used to create http://www.HandStampedStyle.com Thank You Notes for customers

The gold foil envelope liners were perfect for embellishments!

Check out the sketch that we had to work with-

http://www.HandStampedStyle.com sketch challenge layout

I twisted this layout on a different angle and tweaked it a bit… but it was a great jumping off point.

I know that the “Danke” is German, but I am not sure what the “Fur dich” is… possibly dutch?  I don’t even know what to guess the “pour toi” is, you got a clue?  I admit that I LOVE the polka-dotted pattern paper used in this kit, the small pieces of gold accents are just awesome!

Good As Gold Card Kit Scraps used to create http://www.HandStampedStyle.com Thank You Notes for customers

Even though the language is unknown to me, I love the look!

Take a moment and play along with us at Hand Stamped Sentiments, use the sketch to create a fun project and share it with us all!! We select a winner for each challenge and who doesn’t love to be a winner?!  We would love to play along with you!!

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Comments

  1. Bree renwick says:

    ca-YOOT!!!! I totally wasn’t going to use the other language banners with this kit, but you’ve made me change my mind! What fun little cards…perfect to slip in with a customer order…make them think we are all fancy speaking another language :-)

  2. These are cute! Pour toi is “for you” in French, I’m pretty sure. Lol! I like those scallop circles on the sides!

  3. Joyce Schmidt says:

    Fur dich is German meaning ” for u”, as pot too is in French, danke means ” thank you ” as merci is in French hope this helps :)

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