Use those stamp sets that have been gathering dust on your shelf for any occasion during Mystery Card Monday.
Last night was the first time for me doing a video for Mystery Monday and I must say that there are a few tweaks that I need to make before the next video. Bear with me.
Here is the card I featured last night during my first Mystery Card Monday. It is the perfect way to create using stamp sets you haven’t used or sets that you just cannot get enough of. This event is perfect for all levels of stampers.
Last night’s card was inspired and cased from a card I received from Tricia of Smitten Stamper.
DIY Thank you card
If you are like me, you need thank you cards all the time. Need something other than a thank you card? All you have to do is change out the sentiment. Follow last night’s video and you too can create this adorable card. Watch the replay below and pause as many times as you need.
Creating tonight’s “thank you” card is perfect for saying thank you to everyone who joined me last night. As I said, it did not go as smoothly as I had wanted and as each week goes by things will get a bit better. I added the carrots to the inside of the card also.
Here was the 1st posted clue for mystery card monday
Clue # 1 ~ Your card layout will be portrait.
- Colored Cardstock ~ 8 ½ x 5 ½ scored at 4 ¼
- Same as the base or coordinating Cardstock 5 3/8 x 4 1/8
- Basic White 5 ¼ x 4 emboss with you favorite embossing folder
- DSP 5 ¼ x 1 ¾
- Rectangle or Die Cut rectangle measuring approx. 4 1/8 x 2 7/8
- Colored Cardstock to fit the above rectangle
- Basic White 1/8” smaller then the rectangle in step 6
- Stamp to fit the above basic white
Scrap basic white for sentiment, die or punch to fit sentiment.
- Coordinating stamp pads, blends to color if needed
- Adhesives ~ including dimensionals and liquid glue.
- Basic White 5 3/8 x 4 1/8, and another 5 ¼ x 4
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