Quick! Quick! Here It Is!

We’re working on some computer upgrades.  Oh boy, is that fun!

But we took some time out to make you this card.  Can you believe that it started out when we found a blank piece of 4″ x 2-1/2″ Whisper White?

At least I think that was the size.

Thinking of You Card

And all it took to color it was ink pads in these colors and some Blender Pens:

  • Sweet Sugarplum
  • Mint Macaron
  • Delightful Dejon
  • Soft Suede (for the greeting)

I think it’s pin worthy, don’t you?

Thinking of You Card

Card Making Tips

Here are a few tips to help you recreate it:

  • Emboss the Whisper White with the Floral Affection Mini Embossing Folder.  Turn it over and color.
  • Squeeze the top of your pad into the ink pad and pick up the ink with the Blender Pen.
  • Use Corner Rounder on opposite corners.
  • Emboss a piece of Sweet Sugarplum and then trim close to the embossed image.
  • Attach along the edge of the focal point with Liquid Glue.
  • The Whisper White is attached with the new Foam Adhesive Strips.

Much easier than you think!

It might even look better if we had used Shimmery White cardstock!  You could use any greeting but we chose the Weather Together stamp set.

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I like my cards quick – just like a Jack Russell Terrier

We read & appreciate your comments! They make great bedtime stories for Ann to read to me!


  1. Absolutely LOVE this card. How do you use the floral affection folder to prevent the card stock from wrinkling????

    • If you’re talking about wrinkling around the outside edge of the folder, just don’t roll the whole folder through. Or cut your cardstock the same size as the folder.

      If you’re talking out the image itself, try not to put the folder through with so many tabs on the old platform or try the new platform. There can be some cracking to the cardstock because it’s trying to mold it, but if those don’t work, consider trying Stampin’ Up! cardstock. It’s the best!

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