Red, White & Blue – Thank You Cards

Today we celebrate the birthday of our nation, the United States of America. I couldn’t let the day pass without creating something in red, white and blue. I had a ton of ideas, started a couple but quickly realized I was not organized to be able to pull them off in a timely fashion 🤦🏻‍♀️

The Stitched Stars paired with red, white and blue make a great patriotic themed thank you card.

So I set those projects aside for another day and reached for the pack of Basic White Note Cards and Envelopes, a piece of Night of Navy and Real Red Cardstock hoping for inspiration! See, I have been pulling all the retired items while trying to organize my small crafting space and I still have a disaster! I remembered I had just seen the Stitched Stars Dies this morning, YES!!! I had another idea 🥰

We always need thank you cards so pairing the note cards, America’s colors and stars was just the ticket to get my creative juices flowing.

Aren’t these Stitched Stars Dies fabulous?

To make this card set

4 – Basic White Note Cards and Envelopes 4 – Real Red cardstock 3 1/4” x 4 3/4” 4 – Night of Navy cardstock 3” x 4 1/2” Scrap white cardstock for stamping & die cuts. Stitched Stars Dies Tasteful Textiles 3D Embossing Folder Real Red Ink Expressions In Ink Stamp Set for sentiment Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive

Assembly

Emboss the 4 Night of Navy panels, die cut 4 of the swirls and stars die out of Basic White cardstock. Stamp the sentiment using Real Red Ink onto Basic White cardstock and fussy cut around the lettering. Adhere the layers to the card fronts, then the swirls and stars die cut. Next adhere the sentiment to the right lower corner and add white stars as shown in the photos.

Happy Birthday USA! 🇺🇸. I hope you all have a safe and healthy holiday!

All supplies used can be found in my online store: https://www.stampinup.com?demoid=2189212

Happy crafting!

Tammy ❤️🇺🇸💙

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