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This card is inspired after Gina K designs 🙂

Picture of my thank you card taken by me.

15356612_1299840416741212_2703553115264699980_nJAYANA’S JOLLY CARDS
Supplies needed:
Dye Inkpads
Paper trimmer
Double sided tape adhesive
Acrylic stamp block
White and black think cardstock
Flower stamps

Products I have used:
Dye inkpads- Ranger Inkpads in the shade: Archival Jet black, Lemon Twist, Cheese Puff, Pink Gumball, Electric Lime, Lily Pad.
Scissors- One I had in my stash
Paper Trimmer: Fiskars
Double sided Tape Adhesive.
Acrylic stamp block for mounting stamps.
White and Black thick cardstocks : Hobby Ideas
Flower stamps: Hema clear stamps. And Hero Arts Thank You stamp

STEP1 Cut two pieces of white cardstock of the sizes 5 ½ “by 4 ¼” and another of 4 ¾” inches by 3 ¾” inches. Cut one piece of black cardstock of the size 55 ¼ “by 4”. To cut out, kindly use paper trimmer for precision.
STEP2 Mount the Flower stamp on your acrylic Block.
STEP3 First take 4 ¾” by 3 ¾” white cardstock. Ink your stamp well in your choice of colour. (I have use Cheese Puff, Lemon Twist and Pink Gumball). Stamp in the left bottom corner with some space between each flower.
Step4 Similarly you have to repeat the process suing the leaves this time. (I have used Electric Lime and Lily Pad)
STEP5 Now Mount a Thank you sentiment Stamp on the block and ink it well with the Jet black Archival Ink.
STEP6 Stamp it well on the right side of the flower leaves bunch.
STEP7 Use The double sided tape adhesive to stick down the stamped panel card onto the black cardstock leaving equal boarders around.
STEP8 Now again using the double sided Tape Adhesive, stick down the entire panel onto the 5 ½” by 4 ¼” white cardstock leaving again equal border around.



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