Stampin'Up! Independent Demonstrator since 2003


Christmas is just days away! Your Christmas shopping is done, the gifts are wrapped and under the tree, and your holiday meals are planned and prepped. Wondering what to do now? Here are some quick and easy thank you cards to make!

These 3-1/2″ x 5″ Whisper White Note Cards with Crumb Cake Note Card Envelopes are such a breeze to make—you could even make lots of them at one time! I had some sheets from the Season of Style Designer Series Paper Stack left over from a Christmas card class, so I used the Crumb Cake dots pattern and cut them to 1-1/4″ x 5″. Then I made liners for the Crumb Cake envelopes using the Big Shot and the note card-size Envelope Liners Framelits Die.They were a little short on the bottom, but they did give that added punch of fun on the inside of the envelope!

I took a Gold Foil Sheet and cut it into 1/2” x 3″ strips. Then I chose fresh winter pastel hues— Coastal CabanaCrisp Cantaloupe, and Strawberry Slush Cardstock—and cut them into 1/2″ x 4″ strips. I used my Paper Snips to cut banner tips at one end (or you can use the Hexagon or 1″ Square Punch).

Add your “Thank you” from the Four You Stamp Set (using In Color inks). And for a final touch, use Glue Dots to adhere the In Color Boutique Details buttons in the corresponding color.

The Watercolor Wonder Washi Tape on this card is an optional item. It will be available on January 3 in the occasions catalog. Be sure to add it to your wish list! It is so fun!

Now that I have my thank you cards done, I will go back to completing the list of things that I did NOT get done yet! Have a holly, jolly holiday!

Cindy Schuster
2013–2014 Artisan Design Team

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