Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Thank You Bunches


Here's a very simple card that I think turned out really beautifully.  

I used a full 6 by 6 inch square from the Basic Grey Kioshi collection's 6 by 6 inch pad.  I used some Lullaby Blush Foam Thickers to spell out "Thank" some flat yellow letter stickers to spell out "You" and some Daquiri White Foam Thickers to spell out 'Bunches."

The buttons are just from the $1 bin at Michaels.  I took some white letter stickers I had and cut a few tiny slivers out of them to thread the buttons with.  Then I finished off by tying some ribbon from Michael's into a bow.  I positioned the bow next to the bouquet to kind of be like the bow holding the bouquet together - although since it's facing the other direction I don't really think that "works" the way I had it in my head. *LOL*

Really easy one!!!!  That's all I did :)

12 comments:

Love That Bug said...

Amber,
Your card turned out great. I love the colors
Hugs,
Stacy

Linda Kaiser said...

Super fun card! I am a big fan of Basic Grey and I love your choice of colors. Too cute!!

Linda

Michele said...

Oh very pretty! Is that bouquet a part of the 6 x 6 paper already?? It was thinking you made it and put all those little pieces together! I would have had a headache. :-)
Love your card! and love that it is so easy!!
Michele

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Tina

Margie said...

Beautiful! Love the dimension the thick letters add to the card!

Marlene said...

those purple buttons are the perfect add on!

girlia said...

pretty

Audrey Frelx said...

Hi, sweetie! Another pretty card!

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abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

So pretty! Great colors and love the buttons!

Kim H said...

This is just so darn cute! I love how you did the chip letters all in different colors! I LOVE that look!
tfs

cherie said...

You say that it easy but it looks like you put a lot of thought into the card. Fun spring colors.