It’s been almost a year since I last did a set of thank you cards. And let me tell you, I have a lot of them that I need to send out. So I made another round and went with a colorful Fall theme this time. I hope they inspire you to make your own DIY Thank you Cards.
Yes you should absolutelu make some DIY Thank You cards.
Why? Because I have yet to hear anyone say, oh man, what a terrible thing I received. Someone took the time to send me their thanks. In a time where DM’s prevail, old school mail and kraft cards? Nice thing to do.
This weekend in Canada, Monday to be specific, is our Thanksgiving. I didn’t want to be too late posting these just in case anyone wanted to get a little inspiration and make their own. For our neighbors to the South, if you see Christmas crafts here next month when you’re posting turkey recipes and centerpieces, that’s why.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE:
- Wood Veneer strips
- Stamp set
- Kraft paper card stock
- IKEA’s LAPPLJUNG RANDIG fabric.
I surprisingly rekindled my relationship with my glue gun that I thought had failed me.
Apparently I also decided to cook us Thanksgiving dinner this weekend. That should go swell.
Maybe you’ll see a Christmas card series on here much earlier. Possibly Monday when Sunday I dial up Swiss Chalet.