Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Happy November!!!
It is so hard to believe it is already November…I hope this will be a month full of thanksgiving, reflecting on things to be thankful or even being a blessing to others so they will be thankful for you.
I am sharing my “So Much To Be Thankful For…” Card and hoping to inspire you to create a few thank you cards this November.

 

I began my card by first cutting pattern paper from Graphic 45 Season Collection and distressing the edges with a distress tool.
Lay one of your favorite stencil on top and randomly apply white paste to the top with a palette knife; dry.

Die cut doily and border from Sizzix Hello Doily Set; run through Xyron Creative Station Mini using 5″ Permanent Adhesive.

Remove doilies from prepared adhesive sheet and place on corners of card front.

Add distress Epherema Card and border to top of card.
Run chipboard frame through the Xyron Creative Station.
Remove from adhesive sheet; add to front of card.
Fussy cut images from second Epherema Card.

Add to fussy cut images to front of card with pop dots.

Add bow to front of card with stick pins.

Decorated inside of card with pocket and Epherema Journal Card.
Thank you fro stopping by today and know that each of you are a blessing! Pam
Supplies:
Graphic 45 Seasons Collection Pad
Xyron Creative Station Mini with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Mega Runner
MayArts Ribbon
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Elizabeth Frame
Sizzix Hello Doily Die
Art Anthology Locus Stencil
Deco Art Media White Paste
Distress Tool 
Tiny Attacher
6″ x  8″ Kraft Card Base

2 thoughts on “So Much To Be Thankful For….

  1. Vicki says:

    Beautiful Thanksgiving card, Pam! Love the colors and details you have added. Great \”easy peasy\” step by step too!

    Like

  2. Pat Dunajski says:

    Thank you for sharing this gorgeous card. Great use of the fall colors in this collection.

    Like

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