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Wed 22

Glittery Thanks
by Trina Pham


Hello there.  I was recently surprised with happy mail that made my day!  I wanted to return the favor and show my appreciation by sending her a thank you card made with a few goodies from the latest Spring collection.  Unfortunately, she would not have received it before this post. 😔 

So isn’t the Delicate Pastel Glitter paper just gorgeous!?  I couldn’t resist and had to use as many of the colours in the pack as I possibly can and do some color blocking with them. 😂   Each strip is one inch thick and was adhered to an A2 sized Bristol panel.  The Splendid Poppy Stems was die cut three times from Bristol paper as well and stacked for dimension.


Seaside Thanks was die cut next from black cardstock and adhered to a scrap of Bristol paper, then fussy cut out.  With all that glittery goodness, a white heat embossed sentiment from Big and Little Words on a black cardstock strip finished off the card.


I hope my crafty friend will be as pleasantly surprised as I was when she receives this!  Thank you for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day.  Stay home and craft on!






Love these pastel glitter papers and the arrangement of them! Great job on the sentiment and those die cut poppies are so pretty and detailed!

I was! I was! And I did get it yesterday so your blog posts did not ruin the surprise. Trina, really, this is stunning! So stunning that my NBUS mountain is about to get even bigger!! And you're very welcome; glad it was a surprise for you. Take care and keep safe! Hugs, Darnell

love those pastel colours Trina, and your sentiment really pops in black :)

Love those pretty pastel colours - even better that they are glittery! A beautiful card that I'm sure your friend will like.

All glittery and so very pretty Trina x.

This is so pretty, Trina! I love these pastel glitter panels! The black die-cut sentiment pops.
Hideko xx

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