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Thank You card | Simon Says Stamp

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to a new blog post. 

Today I’am showing you how I made this beautiful thank you card using some amazing Simon Says Stamp and Gina K products. 

I have all the products linked below, that way its easier for you to check them all out.

Enough said lets jump over to the step by step. 

First I started with my shiny background. Therefore I used the polka dots stencil from Simon Says Stamp and adhere it to my card panel (which is 5 1/2 by 4 1/4) using two pieces of purple tape. I used two different colors of Gina K Glitz Glitter Gel. I used a small spatula to add the gel onto my panel, just don’t forget to clean it it before you use the next gel color (we don’t want to contaminate it). I do clean my stencil just after using any kind of gel to be sure I get it completely clean (cause if you let it dry on the stencil it could leave a bit on it). 

Now I die cut the the Dahlia flower 4 times from white cardstock and adhere all the pieces together, that way you add some dimension to it. Now for the inner pieces I just ink blend over a piece of white cardstock with Pinkfresh Inks and die cut the flower again. I used some liquid glue from Gina K to adhere the dimensional flower onto that small white panel that I die cut using the stitched rectangle die, and then added the small inner pieces also using some liquid glue.

For the sentiment I used the Thank You from the Simon Says Stamp color sentiment strips and adhere it with some foam tape. 

To adhere the small white panel with the flower on it I also used some foam tape to also give it some dimension.

And that’s it my friends, its a very  simple and lovely  Thank You card. I hope you guys like it and I would love to hear what you think about it in the comment section below.

I wish you a wonderful day and stay safe and healthy. 


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