Have you finished all the left-over turkey yet? Eaten all the chocolates? Found the cat/dog/baby beneath all the discarded wrapping paper? After the Yuletide excesses of eating, drinking and gifting comes the task of saying “Thank you”! I was brought up to hand-write letters to thank for my Christmas treats although my children prefer to e-mail (which can be rapidly edited to tailor it for the next recipient) or simply phone. However, I still like to send (and receive) thank you notes. With this in mind I wanted to add interest this year by making some super-quick cards with my scrapping supplies.
This card is really easy to do - just die-cut some card letters and add to a piece of folded card for a faux dry-embossed look. [Inspired via Pinterest - here]
Or how about some tags from scraps with stickers or stamps to express your gratitude? [Inspired via Pinterest - here] It’s also a great way to use up scraps of Christmassy patterned papers:
If you need to mass-produce some cards and have a colour printer there are plenty of resources available, including these lovely cheerful designs by Creativemama:
Or create something yourself with an on-line tool like Tagxedo:
Pop over to my blog if you want to know how I produced my word-art!
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