If I think about the number of cards I make each year, Christmas cards would be #1, followed by birthday cards, and then thank you cards. Even when I'm creating cards for a challenge, I have a recipient in mind, so I never really have a backlog of cards to draw from. The few I have never seem to match the person I'm sending the card to and end up in the file for way too long. So here are a few thank you cards that have gone out, but never gotten shared on the blog.
The first two use the same die fro Papertrey Ink. Add it to some patterned paper, and you've got a quick and easy thank you note.
Can't be much easier than that. Although this one might have been even easier:
I found a cute set of tags at a shop in St. Petersburg last year, and saved them for times when I need a card pronto. I added it to a piece of striped vellum cut with a stitched rectangle die and adhered them both to a bright yellow card.
And one last that required only one die cut. I started with one of the papers from a Papertrey Ink card set (no longer available) and added a Wet Paint sentiment cut from metallic gold paper.
This gives a better idea of the flashy metallic of the card:
After nearly a week of spring-like weather, winter has returned. I'll miss the daily walks outside, but the weekend is a busy one with lots of creating that needs to happen as well, so the weather shouldn't be much of a factor. Hope your weekend is a good one!