Sunday, February 24, 2013

Monogram Thank You Cards

We just celebrated my daughter's 10th birthday with family yesterday.  We had the grandparents over and all the girl cousins!  We missed the one boy cousin, but since his birthday is only 3 days after hers, he was celebrating with his friends.  Amid the chaos of 6 girls ranging from 6 to 12 years old, we did manage to sing Happy Birthday. 

This means it's Thank You card time!  I admit, I am not good about thank you cards.  I really wish I was better about it.  I want my girl to know it's the right way to do things.  I made a concerted effort this time to make Thank You cards for her to be able to write and send out.  Kept them simple.


Made the monogram using Broadsheet Alphabet and Daydream Medallions in Rich Razzleberry.  The patterned paper is Floral District.  These are the note cards that Stampin' Up! sells pre-scored in the middle with the envelopes included.  I used the Adorning Accents Framelit die to cut the edge and then embossed using the Adorning Accents folder. 

Ready to go after only 10 minutes time with a set of Thank Yous!  Now to sit down, write them out and send them off!

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