Would you like to receive a hand delivered thank you card?  Here you go!

By Su Mohr for cts271; Click read to go to my blog for details; Featuring: Hand Delivered Host Stamp Set, Stampin' Writes, Share What You Love Designer Paper; #thankyoucards #handdelivered #sharewhatyoulove #stampinwrites #coloring #diy #stampinup

Hand Delivered Thank You Card

 

I can’t get over how cute this girl is!  This Host Stamp Set, Hand Delivered, prepares the girl to make deliveries for all occasions. She has balloons, a cake, a stack of books, and a sign that could say just about anything. Today, the sign she is holding (lifted on dimensionals) says “thank you.”

 

You can see from the picture, she is wearing the striped skirt. It needed to be placed just right, inside the stamped image with her legs, so my Stamparatus came in handy.

 

It isn’t easy to explain, if you aren’t familiar with the Stamparatus, so here is the Stampin’ Up video explaining it.

 

Once I had my black and white stamped images, it was time to color. I just received the package of Stampin’ Writes in the new colors, and I was anxious to put them to paper. You’re going to love Petal Pink, because it’s a great skin color. That’s what I used on her hands and legs. I used Granny Apple Green and Mint Macaron on her skirt and shoes, and Coastal Cabana on her sign.

 

These colors coordinate beautifully with two prints from the Share What You Love Designer Series Paper. I cut rectangles of the DSP to fit this week’s CAS(E) this sketch, along with solid cardstock that would serve as 1/16″ layering borders. The girl is layered on Mint Macaron, the flowers on Sweet Sugarplum,  and the dots on Wild Wasabi.

 

The Bermuda Bay ribbon is from the Sale-A-Bration Shimmer Ribbon Pack.

 

Why not add one more print to decorate the envelope? This is Mint Macaron Designer Series Paper, from the same collection as the background I used for photographing. I don’t know what I’d do without this 12 X12″ Designer Series Paper!

 

Thanks for coming by, so I could give you a hand delivered “thank you.”