Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Quick and Easy Thank You Card

Hi there!  I'm glad you stopped in!  Today I wanted to share with you a very quick, simple and cute card that I created to send an amazing lady!  I know that there are some of you out there that prefer an easy quick card/project and so this should be just up your alley!

I simply used the supplies shown in the photo above with two digital kits from Rhonna Designs to create that card.  I simply installed two brush files into PSE, chose my color and "stamped" them into the file, printed then cut them down to use in my project.   If you need a how to on how quick and easy that is let me know and I will do a very short video. 
I then cut out the designs and applied them to some Bazzill card stock and glued them on to a standard card that I had on hand.  I like to keep blank cards on hand that I buy at either Hobby Lobby or Michael's for quick cards such as this.

(Click on photo to see in a larger size)

As you can see above, it is simple yet cute and I think it will get the job done. What I love about hybrid projects is that there are many times that I don't have pattern cardstock on hand that fits the occasion.  This is when using digital files via Photoshop Elements comes in handy!  I can create my own pattern paper when I use the brush files.  I can then make my own embellishments also, I can create them in any color or size I choose as I did with the chevron pattern from the insta Pattern kit and the insta Thanks kit.  Just imagine the adorable set you could create with this kit and it would be a great gift!

 I have listed the Insta Kits I used below.  Be sure to stop over at Rhonna's Blog found HERE for more inspiration and news!  She is celebrating her 1st year of business at Rhonna Designs.  I have been so lucky to have been a part of her first year! Thanks for stopping in and I hope you have a great day and week!

Digital Kits used on card

Digital Kits used to add some pizazz to my photo above

**Wouldn't that "Just a Little thank you" on photo make an adorable card! I think I will have to use that next!**


Sheila Kay said...

Love this Nancy, such clean and simple lines. Great color combo. Gotta love those instas from Rhonna,

Lindzie said...

As always, just fabulous! :)

Emily said...

Next time you and Jamie are both in town, would you please come over and show me how to do all this? I think I need an in-person tutorial. Oh, and a color printer.

jamie said...

Fabulous simplicity. I love it. Great happy mail you are making for someone.
And tell Em..."love to!".
Love ya girl.

Arlene said...

Love it! I think I will make a bunch!

Barbara said...

Nancy - love how simple and clean this card looks - I can see making a stack and giving them as a gift.

Audrey Yeager said...

Hi Nancy!!! I saw your name on the new Rhonna Farrer Designs team list and just wanted to drop in a congrats! Hope you are doing well!!!

Maisa Hayee said...

The quick way to design a "Thank You" card. Most men and women love to assemble the "Thank You" card. In recent days I have created a lovely "Thank You" card for my friend. She's a Professional CIPD Assignment Writer in UAE and writes some golden words of her kindness.