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Quick Thank You Card


Quick Thank You Card

 


 
I am still a believer in snail mail.  I know that there are fun graphics/songs you can send over the internet, but nothing compares to a homemade thank you .  This is a card you can quickly pull together and I think it would look fabulous even without the wonderful faux bois stamp from Hero Arts.  The adhesives from our friends at Glue Arts made sticking it all together a cinch…no sewing or messy glue guns to deal with!


Supplies:

 

  • SM09 burlap string
  • RG10 balck stripes
  • Close to My Heart Ink "Honey"

 

Instructions:







 

Now, hop on over to Glue Arts & see what inspiration they have in store for you! 

Before you go post your comments to enter to win

 

Blog Posted By: Samantha Sibbet
 
 

  1. Jean Benson

    The pleated ribbon is so neat – and you made it seem so simple – great products – great ideas – keep them coming!!!

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  2. Beverly

    Loved the pleated ribbon on the card! It seems so much easier the way you did it with Glue arts extreme tac squares!!

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  3. conniemelancon

    love the card and ribbon! thanks for the tutorial.

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  4. Kelly massman

    The ribbon really makes this card special!

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  5. Kimberly Jones

    Such a cute card and a great tutorial! Love the ribbon ruffle!

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  6. Su C.

    I love that ribbon! Great card, thanks for the instructions!

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  7. Lynn

    The button is very cute!! I really like it on the ribbon!!!

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  8. Ola Jaggers

    Thanks for the tuorial…. wonderful for cute little thank yous!

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

    ~Ola
    okj83 at live dot com

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  9. Rebecca Minor

    I love the bunched up ribbon. This adhesive makes it look so easy

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  10. Rebecca Minor

    Cute..I love the bunched up ribbon. This adhesive makes it look so easy…Would .love ot win the Glue Arts adhesive…and May Arts ribbon.

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  11. Michelle H.

    Very beautiful card!!
    Love the ribbon!!
    Thanks for the tutorial!!

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  12. Donna

    Love the Ribbon ruffle, have not made that yet, will now have to try!! Love all your ribbons, they are just SO Beautiufl!!

    Great Thank You card too!!

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  13. Candy

    This is a great card for a guy! Thanks for the giveaway and the inspiration!

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  14. DeniseB

    I love how you pleated the ribbon. The products from Glue Arts make a great pair with May Arts ribbons. I’m anxious to try out their Ribbon Adhesive.
    DeniseB

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  15. Courtney Lee

    I love that ribbon!!!

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  16. Tanya Phenis

    Oh my I love it! Thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win 🙂

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  17. Mandie W

    This card is so pretty! Love it!

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  18. Beth W

    Wow-I have some of that ribbon. Now I have something to make with it-thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. Margaret K.

    Thanks May Arts for the giveaway!

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  20. Pam Spradlin

    Cute card…thank you for showing us the steps to make it.

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  21. Clare Dempsey

    Can’t make a card or a page without ribbon and so love May Arts ribbon! Thanks for the week of chances! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

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  22. Deb Long

    The card is wonderful, and I had no idea I could use Glue Arts Extreme to make ribbon bunches – AWESOME!!!!!

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  23. Cari Locken

    Oooh, I just love that wide ribbon and great pleating too!

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  24. Wendy Crowe

    Very cute card! I love the bunched up ribbon. This adhesive makes it look so easy! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. Janet Sisk

    Love the card! You make it look so easy. I will have to give it a try. 😀

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  26. Kelly Sas

    OOOOOOh I am in love with that black striped ribbon! Great card.

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  27. Patty B

    Thanks for the easy to follow instructions…love learning something new.

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  28. Tona

    Love this card! Thanks for all the great tips.

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  29. Rosemary D

    great card! will have to go look for the ribbon adhesive…

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  30. jen shears

    This is great! And I’m with you- I LOVE getting pretty snail mail- and LOOOOOVE sending it too!

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  31. Mandi

    Very cute card!!! TFS!

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  32. Janine

    I love snail mail too! I love to get mail and make cards to send to others. I think it is more personal and shows some thought of the person you are sending a card to. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  33. Ujjwal

    Thanks for the instructions!! Quick easy card!!

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  34. Froggietalks (Karen G)

    Thank you for the instructions on how to make ribbon ruffles!!! I have been wanting to do that on some cards, and I couldn’t figure out how to…. and I do send snail mail cards… I love getting mail, so do a lot of people I know, and it’s taken the time to do something, not just pop off a 30 second email

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  35. terriavidreader

    Great looking Thank You Card! Instructions clear, should be simple to duplicate! And a snail mailed card is best!

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  36. Pam Loris

    There’s that ribbon adhesive again! Have to get me some of that! Thanks for the great projects!

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  37. Jennifer H.

    This really looks easy to make! I have to try doing my ribbon like that. It always looks so intimadating but your directions make it look easy. THanks!

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  38. Charlene

    Cute…love that Glue Arts adhesive…and May Arts ribbon!!

    Reply
  39. HollyK1226

    Cute card and easy to make. TFS!!

    Reply

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