Watercolour Customer Thank You Cards
Hi and welcome to my blog. Today’s cards are really quick and easy to make. These are Customer Thank you Cards using some watercolour technique. Nice and easy.
I uses whisper white card base and stamping layer, which I layered on to basic black card stock.
My first style of card uses the “Thanks” sentiment.
The second card uses the “Hello Friend” sentiment.
I love how these cards have turned out.
For some reason I hadn’t realised that the stamp set I used is retired (I always miss one). However, I have recommended the Ornate Thanks Stamp Set as it’s replacement. It has lovely bold sentiments just like this one, and the font is lovely too.
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To make four cards you will need:
Two sheets of A4 Whisper White, cut in half on longest side, then score at 4-1/8″ on longest side, this gives you four card bases.
Four pieces of whisper white card stock measuring 3″ x 4″
Four pieces to matt the white on measuring 3-1/8″ x 4-1/8″
Add ink to inside of stamp pads, or transfer ink onto an acrylic block then work your way through the in-colours from lightest to darkest.
I used my Stamparatus to get a good deep black tone on my sentiments images.
Adhere all layers together and finish off using co-ordinating in-colour enamel dots.
Last minute, I decided to use some wink of stella on the sentiment letters for added sparkle.
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