Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Painted Petals - Not just for Floral Girly Cards

Yesterday I mentioned that when we use a stamp set at our Monthly Card Making Classes we like to see how versatile it is and I showed you a pretty, feminine floral thank you card using the Painted Petals Stamp Set.  Well today's card uses the same stamp set and is still a thank you card but that is where any similarity ends!

This bright nautical thank you card would be great for any occasion and makes me think of summer days, just what is needed to cheer up a dull February day!
Nautical Thank You Card which shows that Painted Petals from Stampin' Up! is not just for girly cards - see lots of ideas on this blog
The colours are Pacific Point, Real Red and Whisper White and we used some Linen Thread to tie the card together.
Nautical Thank You Card which shows that Painted Petals from Stampin' Up! is not just for girly cards - see lots of ideas on this blog
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