Thanks A Bunch Card

Here is a tutorial project I made for Pretty Little Studio. I made this pretty thank you card using items from the Hopscotch Collection by Pretty Little Studio.

Here’s how I made these pretty flowers. They are so quick and easy to make.

Gather all the supplies you’ll need to make these flowers.

Attach the flowers to your card and add some glitter glue around the edges of the center circles for that final touch. I love how pretty and sparkly they look!

Supplies I used to make my “Thanks A Bunch” Card:

Chamomile Tea 8 x 8 Pattern Paper, Hare and the Turtle 8 x 8 Pattern Paper, Mopsey 8 x 8 Pattern Paper, Peter Rabbit 8 x 8 Pattern Paper, Thumper 8 x 8 Pattern Paper, 2″ Little People in the Fall Vintage Tags, Antique Bracket Ledger Journaling Cards – Bright, and Hopscotch Cutout Tags by Pretty Little Studio
Others:  white cardstock, Lime Twist Fly a Kite “Everyday” Twine by My Mind’s Eye, Diamond Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger Industries, Herma Tabs, Dear Lizzy Neopolitan Jar Clear Acrylic Stamp and Circle Foam Tabs by American Crafts, Mini and Memory Book Glue Dots, Circle Clever Lever Craft Punch by Marvy Uchida, 1″ Starburst Punch by Martha Stewart Crafts, Confetti Vellum (from my local Hobby Lobby store), black stamp ink, scissors, white thread, and sewing machine.

4 Comments on “Thanks A Bunch Card”

  1. Great card Renee!! Love the vintage look and design. The flowers came out great! Have a wonderful weekend!!! ~Sophia

  2. yvonnek11 says:

    Cute card! Love the flowers and colors!

  3. emmy says:

    you have great tutorials! what a cool idea! those flowers on that background are so adorable! (and i LOVE the violet background!)


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