Thank you cards are always great to have on hand, and I like keep them simple so that I can use them for many different types of people. At the same time, it’s fun to make them seasonal too, so today I’m sharing a sunny autumn thank you card with just a touch of elegance thanks to beautifully-textured Royal Sundance Cardstock.
Start by trimming a piece of Royal Sundance Natural Felt Cardstock to 10″ x 7″ and score it at 5″ to form a top-folding 5″ x 7″ card. Next, trim pieces of Burgundy and Eclipse Black Linen Cardstock to 4.75″ x 6.75″ and 4.875″ x 6.875″, respectively (this leaves a one-sixteenth border around the edge when layered).
Using the scrap die-cuts from the last step, cut burgundy and black “thank you” layers with a pretty sentiment die. Use Tombow Mono Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue to adhere the layers together slightly offset, forming a subtle shadow.
Stamp layered sunflower images onto Neenah Classic Crest Natural White Cardstock with a variety of yellow, orange, and brown inks. I tested a couple of different inks for these images and chose the brighter result, but the muted version would work well too if that appeals to you more!
Die-cut all of the sunflower images with a coordinating die or fussy-cut them out by hand. Even though I knew which flowers I was going to use for this card, I decided to save the leftovers for another project.
Assemble the card base by adhering the black layer directly to the Ivory Felt Cardbase with tape runner. Tie a natural jute bow around the corners of the burgundy frame and adhere the piece on top using foam squares for a little dimension. I also stamped a tiny layered bee on the front to add a little interest.
I hope you enjoyed this quick and simple autumn thank you card made with tons of beautifully-textured cardstock from the CutCardStock store. Royal Sundance Cardstock is on sale this month, so be sure to grab some for an elegant addition to those handmade cards!