Vintage Thank You Card Craft

Vintage Thank You Card Craft

Vintage Thank You Card Craft
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Show someone just how much you appreciate them with a Vintage Thank You Card Craft. Learn how to make a greeting card that are simple enough for anyone to make, but leaves a lasting impact. Creating the vintage look may seem daunting to some, it's just a matter of grabbing the right supplies. Luckily, these crafting supplies are easy to find and even easier to use. Choose a subtle color palette to get you started off right. Sure, you buy can buy a generic thank you note at your local supermarket, but what fun is that? Stay home, make a card and show off your crafty skills. After all, there's nothing better than a personalized sentiment.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueStamping

Project or Page SizeCard

Type of Paper UsedCardstock

Materials List

  • Little B Tags Die Set
  • Little B Kraft/White Chipboard Pack
  • Little B Kraft Corrugate Tape
  • Little B Mum Decorative Tags
  • Little B Pull Flowers
  • Wrights Baby Rick Rack
  • Inkadinkado Stamps
  • 10 Second Bow Maker
  • Stampin' Up! Inks
  • Stampin' Up! Accessories


  1. Die cut large tag in Kraft card stock, Very Vanilla and Pink Pirouette. Trim down the pink and vanilla tags to nest together. Then trim off 1" from bottom of Vanilla tag.

  2. On Very Vanilla background pieces, stamp flower image in Pink Pirouette ink all over. Sponge edges with Crumb Cake ink, then distress edges with scissors. Attach front piece to your Kraft card base. Attach inside piece to a piece of Pink Pirouette first (to help bring in more of the pink color) and then to the inside of your card.

  3. To create the rest of your tag, stamp your flowers in Pink Pirouette ink, then stamp sentiment in Crumb Cake ink. Layer onto pink tag. Use sponge daubers to add ink to Little B Mum tabs, then adhere to bottom of the pink tag, removing excess tab pieces. Cut strip of Kraft Corrugate Tape down to 3/4" wide. Attach rick rack trim behind Kraft Corrugate Tape and then secure this to your tag. Layer pink tag onto Kraft tag. Then secure entire tag layer onto your card front. Finish lower right hand corner of tag with three small pearls.

  4. Mix Pink Pirouette refill ink with rubbing alcohol into a mister. Spritz all over your Pull Flowers to die them from white to pink. Pull on your strings to create your flower. Attach a Faceted Button to the center of your flower.

  5. Use the 10 Second Bow Maker with Linen Thread to tie a double loop bow, then attach to the middle of your Faceted Button.

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