There are just two more days in February and that means two more days in Sale-a-Bration. But there’s always time for a no stamp thank you card.

We used some of the same things that we used in yesterday’s card – mainly the Texture Chic Memories and More pack.

Not all cards photograph well. You’ll have a better look at the fancy greeting in the close up so keep reading.

No Stamp Thank You Card
No Stamp Thank You Card

This card has so much gold on it that whomever gets it will be holding it in their hand and drooling over it for a while. They’ll easily see the Thank You in the greeting.

We did use something that you won’t be able to get until March. It’s the Polka Dot 3-D Embossing Folder. It’s part of a 3 pack collection called Basic 3-D Embossing Folders #161598. We’ve used one of them here in last Tuesday’s live stream and today’s we’re featuring this second one.

Just be aware that these Basic 3-D Embossing Folders will only be available in our online store. And not until March 1st.

No Stamp Thank You Card
No Stamp Thank You Card

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You probably have some of our supplies already. But I must warn you that the Distressed Gold Specialty Paper is currently on the Low Inventory List. It’s pretty popular.

But I’ll bet that you’d like to know what we used for supplies.

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