Each month I create and mail out between 20 to 30 thank you cards to send to the generous folks who have donated to our crazy church planting endeavor. But this month my little paper creations just did not seem like enough. If you want to read my thoughts on that subject, visit my blog post on our family blog: We R Livin' Crazy.
If you want to see one of the cards I mailed this month, continue on. :)
Stamps: For All Things
Paper: Very Vanilla, Baked Brown Sugar
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar, Hello Honey, Cajun Craze
Accessories: Banner Framelits, Woodgrain EF, Burlap Ribbon, and Early Espresso Stitched Grosgrain (retired). The leaf was cut by hand.
I love the fall look of this set. So pretty. And very easy to use with the solid images.
True confession. I did not send out 30 of this exact card. I had made and mailed this card to some of my stamping customers and had a few leftovers. The other cards I made were a simpler version of this. And I try and use up as much retired products on my monthly thank you's as possible. Whereas with my stamping customers I always try and use the latest and greatest Stampin' Up! products possible!!
I've been working on getting all of my November $25 Club Festival of Trees card kits ready and mailed. So stay tuned to find out what is included in the kits.
Also, Stampin' Up! announced that they will be having an amazing sale starting THIS Monday!! So come back here for details on how you can save BIG on some of your favorite stamping products.
And I'm planning my December $25 Club. So be sure to check in on Dec. 1st to find out what set I will be featuring.