Friday, March 23, 2012

Handyman Thank You Card

Recently my father-in-law helped my husband fix a few things around our house.  I knew that not any thank you card would do.  This called for a handmade handyman thank you card.  Several weeks back I purchased the perfect paper for the project from my favorite scrapbooking store, Sooner Scrapbooks.  The paper is by Karen Foster Design (#60626 Measure Twice and #64448 Tool Time).  This paper could also be used to create a fun Father's Day card.  Hopefully this will inspire you to create a handyman thank you card for the Mr. Fix-it in your life.

Supplies used:  Recollections black folded card 4.5" x 6.25", Karen Foster Design patterned paper, Bazzill Basics black dotted swiss cardstock, Hero Arts rubber stamp (D5510 Tall Thank You), Colorbox chalk ink in Blackbird and Charcoal from Cat's Eye stack, and hammer sticker from Jolee's dimensional stickers (Tool Box SPJJ067).

Handyman Thank You Card Directions:
  1. Trim tool time paper, ink edges and adhere to card.
  2. Trim cardstock strip; adhere.  Trim measure twice paper, ink edges, and adhere.
  3. Stamp sentiment, ink edges, layer, and adhere.
  4. Attach sticker.

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