Thank You Dragonflies Card

My project today is a really quick and simple Thank You card.

If you follow my blog you may have noticed how much I love Berry Burst, I’ve been using it a lot lately.  As I’m sat here writing this post the UK has had the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia and it’s a miserable day outside but the bursts of colour in my craftroom are always so uplifting.

I have used Thick Whisper White cardstock for the card base and added a strip of Color Theory DSP.  This DSP wasn’t high up on my wish list when I saw it in the annual catalogue but now I love it.  The designs resemble different types of paint effects and the paint swatches you see in home improvement stores.

The pretty dragonflies are from the Detailed Dragonflies Thinlits dies and die-cut from Berry Burst cardstock.  This is an amazing set of dies and I really don’t use them enough.



I stamped the floral image in the Label Me Pretty stamp set first with … yes you guessed it Berry Burst ink and punched it with the coordinating Pretty Label punch (the stamp set and punch are available to buy as a bundle and you save 10%).

The Thank You So Much sentiment is from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set and was also stamped with Berry Burst ink.  This is a Photopolymer stamp set which makes it easier for correct placement and lining it up.

I hope you like todays card, it really was very quick to put together.

Have yourself some crafting fun.

Dee x



Card base: Whisper White Thick Cardstock 5-3/4″ x 8-1/4″.  Score the long side at 4-1/8″
DSP: 5-3/4″ x 1-3/4″ strip of the Berry Burst Color Theory DSP

The products used to make todays card are listed below. If you would like to know more about any of the products click on the image.

Product List


Label Me Pretty 


*When designing a project or when I CASE a project I always use my cheap cardstock to make a prototype before making it with my Stampin’ Up! cardstock.   I do check the measurements I add to my blog posts but when typing lots of measurements mistakes can be made.  When making any project I recommend making it first with cheap cardstock before using your best cardstock.

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