Thank You Card

Happy Sunday! I can’t believe that today is the last day of January. It has been a tough month for me, but I have been taking each day at a time. Little by little, happy memories are helping me to go through the sadness I still feel.  My mom had a soft voice, and when I was a child, I remember that she was the one in charge of waking me up every morning. Well, instead of a loud “wake up!”, she used to wet her hand, and then she would splatter the water over my face 🙂 I know, it sounds like a mean method, but it wasn’t. You could barely feel the tiny drops, but they were just enough to make my eyes open, and see her face with a big smile next to me. My mom was very sweet.

Anyway, here is a Thank You card that I created using some of the new products from the 2016 Hero Arts Catalog:


To create the background I used a pad-dab inking technique that I showed last year and you can see by clicking >>>HERE<<< I used Kelly’s Outdoor Inks for this. Then, I simply stamped the  sentiment (Handwritten Thank You woodblock stamp) with Black Dye Ink, and I put Glossy Accents over the letters.


I adhered the panel over a card base, and I stitched the edge. Then, I die cut  the Delicate Butterfly using black card stock, and I adhered it with glue dots.  Finally, I embellished the butterfly with three gemstones. Quite easy, fast and fun to create.


Remember, all the new HA products will be available at the Hero Arts store on February 8th.

Well, that’s all from me for today, I will be back soon to share another project.

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Thanks for stopping by 🙂 Have a wonderful crafty weekend!


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4 thoughts on “Thank You Card

  1. Wonderful, colorful and a treat to see. Thank you Mariana especially for reminding us about this unique technique. Memories are pictures from our hearts.

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