Bold Floral Thank You

Hey everybody! A big Happy Monday to you all! Are you a fan of bright bold colors?! I sure am… the brighter, the better! Leslie here, sharing a pretty thank you card featuring a tone-on-tone background with die cut peonies! The Basis line is one of my favorites, and I used Basis Red, Basis Gold, Basis Teal and Basis Dark Purple for the peonies. Basis Natural 110# cardstock made a great card base, and the die cut background was cut from Neenah Classic Crest Baronial Ivory.

Cut Card Base and Elements

I cut a standard A2 top-folding card base from Basis Natural 110# cardstock along with a die cut background for the front and an inside layering panel from Neenah Classic Crest Baronial Ivory. I die cut peonies from Basis Red, Basis Gold, Basis Teal and Basis Dark Purple. Next, I cut embellishing strips for the inside from dark purple and teal.

Adhere Layers

I adhered the peony die cuts to the die cut background, trimming the edges as needed. I adhered the dark purple and teal embellishing strips as well as a leftover piece of a die cut peony to the inside ivory panel and layered it on the teal panel.

Add Sentiments

I added a fussy-cut stamped sentiment to the card front, and stamped a sentiment on the inside panel.

Complete Card

The front and inside panels were adhered to the card base. I added several gemstones colored with an ivory alcohol marker, which completed the card.

Other products used:
Stamps: Kat Scrappiness Friendship Greetings stamp set
Ink: Arteza alcohol marker- BR84 (to color clear gemstones); Memento Elderberry ink
Dies/Punches: Simon Says Stamp Etched Peony Blossom die, Dare 2B Artzy Leaf Background die set
Accessories: Tonic Studios 12″ Guillotine Paper Trimmer, Bearly Art precision craft glue, MISTI stamp tool, Big Shot, Eyelet Outlet 3mm clear Jewel Bling Strip

I hope you’ve enjoyed this card! Be sure to visit the CutCardStock Facebook Page for more DT inspiration!

Scrappy hugs,

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