February 17, 2018

Ombre Thank You - Color Me Happy

Good morning, friends, and happy Saturday!  I hope you have a wonderful (and warm!) February weekend planned!  It's a long weekend here in Calgary, Alberta, so I've got a few days of family fun on deck!  

Today's card is an easy one - so easy that you can crank out a few before breakfast this morning!  

With a short and sweet list of supplies - DSP, ribbon, one stamp, and a bit of cardstock - you've got this gorgeous thank you card ready to pop in the mail!

The secret to the "wow" factor?  Stampin' Blends!  These fantastic alcohol markers help you layer and blend colour to create this gorgeous ombre effect - isn't it fun?  I did that with two colours - how awesome is that?!

If you haven't got your hands on Stampin' Blends yet, why not?!  They're a breeze to use and really up the impact of your handmade cards!  

What else is going on over here?  Available now, you'll find this month's  CrushOnColour Project Pack, featuring the Fortunate To Know You stamp set - and it's a cutie!  Check it out...

You won't want to miss this adorable set of cards, free with your supplies purchase (click for details) and designed exclusively for my Project Pack subscribers.  This bundle is bright and fun, with touches of gold and a variety of sentiments for everyone.  You'll love it!

See you again soon - have a fabulous day!
Shopping in my Online Canadian Stampin' Up! Store?  Please use the February host code for regular orders under $200 and you'll receive a bonus pack of embellishments as my thanks to you!  Valid only in Canada, until February 28, on orders of $50 before shipping and tax.  Purchasing a Project Pack?  Please ensure you use the coordinating host code for the pack you would like to receive! 

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