Are you ready to create a few Thank You Cards using your ColorBox Spritzer Sprays along with the fabulous ColorBox Big Thanks Clear Stamp Set and Open Flower Wood Block Stamp!!!
This is a tutorial...so if you don't have any ColorBox products use some of your favorite inks, sprays, stamps, etc. to recreate.
Spray ColorBox Fanciful Creative Card with Color Box Grasshopper Spritzer Spray; dry.
Repeat with ColorBox Lemon Drop Spritzer Spray; dry.
Spray ColorBox Inline Creative with ColorBox Lemon Drop Spritzer Spray; dry.
Cut 2" from prepared Inline Creative Card; scallop punch border.
Stamp "Thanks" sentiment from ColorBox Big Thanks Stamp Set with ColorBox Charcoal Chalk Ink to white card stock.
Adhere prepared sentiment to prepared spritzer border. Adhere to card front.
Spray white card stock with ColorBox Grasshopper Spritzer Spray; dry.
Stamp ColorBox Open Flower Wood Block Stamp using ColorBox Charcoal Chalk Ink to prepared paper.
Fussy cut flowers from paper; adhere to front of card.
Spray ColorBox Fireberry Spritzer Spray to white card stock; dry.
Repeat with ColorBox Lemon Drop Spritzer Spray.
Stamp Color Box Open Flower Wood Block Stamp to prepared paper using ColorBox Charcoal Chalk Ink.
Fussy cut prepared flowers from spritzer paper; add to card front with pop dots.
Add black gemstones.
Adhere twine bow to card front.
Add black gemstone to scallop border.
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial.
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ColorBox Inline Creative Cards
ColorBox Fanciful Creative Cards
ColorBox Spritzers: Lemon Drop; Fireberry and Grasshopper
ColorBox Big Thanks Clear Stamp Set
Color Box Charcoal Chalk Ink
Color Box Open Flower Wood Stamp
Scallop Border Punch
White Card Stock
Very pretty Pam, thanks for sharing how to make itReplyDelete