“Thanks” cards – using Stampin’ Write Markers & Rub-Ons

For the month of November the Stampin’ Write Markers are available to be purchased singly rather than in a pack of 12. The price per Marker is $4.95. All the colours are available, including Basic Black & Sahara Sand.

Also this month, the Rub-Ons are 20% off, after you spend $20 on regular products. All the Rub-Ons from the Ideas Book & Catalogue and also the Spring MIni are part of this wonderful offer.

Below you will see 5 cards (which were sent out to special friends yesterday) using the Stampin’ Write Markers & Rub-Ons. Also used, was one of the new stamp sets from the upcoming Summer Mini – we received this Stamp Set at Regionals on Saturday. It’s called Live Your Dream. Love it, just love it!

The techniques used for the cards were easy. I used the Markers by drawing directly onto the stamp set & then stamping it onto either Whisper White or Gloss White cardstock. Another technique was stamping first with Versamark & then using the Markers – I forgot to use the embossing powder & heat gun – but the card turned out fine.

The Rub-Ons were used on each card too – I used the Eastern Elegance rub-ons from the Spring Mini.

thanks-cards

I’m hoping the 5 Recipients of these cards LOVE them, as much as I LOVED making them.

Have a lovely day!

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2 Responses

  1. Most Definitely! I LOVE mine. In fact, I took a photo of it to share on my blog!!

    It’s Wonderful to receive a handmade card in the mail. 🙂

  2. I loved mine – thank you Margaret!! It is such a great feeling to receive a card in the mail from a lovely friend.

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