Isn’t it easy when you have a quick and simple thank you card to make for a dear friend.  And what’s better is that this one can be free!

Ann was chatting with her friend Pam the other night.  (Pam’s also been a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator almost as long as Ann has been.)

Pam commented about how much she used Stampin’ Up!’s Designer Series Papers on her cards.  She said that it really made things much easier.

So when Ann was making a card for her dear friend, her first thought was the Perfectly Artistic Designer Series Paper that you can get free with a $50 order right now.  It’s only available for 6 weeks so you MUST jump on it now!

Quick & Simple Thank You Card

Did you see how she used the Basic Rhinestones as well as the Iced Rhinestones?  Just a little touch can make a big difference.  They’re grrreat to have on hand.

Aren’t they cool?  Those of you who used our posted hostess code when you shopped with us last month got some of these in your thank you card this week.

She even used the Perfectly Artistic DSP on the inside of her card in a different way – as a border.

Quick & Simple Thank You Card

Of course, we can’t show you what she said.  Come on!  I can only bark so much!

Have you done your thank you cards for your Christmas presents?  If you’re looking for another unique reason to send a card this week, here are a few ideas:

  • Today is Peculiar People Day (we should look in our mail box!)
  • Tomorrow is Clean Your Desk Day
  • Tuesday is Pharmacist Day
    • (Ann should definitely make Janet a card.)
  • Wednesday is Rubber Duckie Day
  • Thursday is (gasp!) Dress Up Your Pet Day
  • Next Sunday is Kid Inventors’ Day & Cable Car Day

And we hope this makes YOUR day!

Here’s what we used to make today’s card.  I’m sure that you can find enough to get this cool exclusive Designer Series Paper free.  Just click on any picture to get the details or rev up your shopping cart.


Card Making Supplies

You can see about 250 Thank You Card ideas here.

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