Hello You Thinlits

My husband asked me to make some cards for a friend of his so he could send them to his new girlfriend.  His friend wanted them generic and blank inside.  So I sat down and looked at my supplies and thought “I can make all kinds of cards with the wonderful supplies from Stampin’ Up!”  The cards I will share over the next several days were given to my hubby’s friend.   Here is the first one…

Hello You Thinlit dies
Hello You Thinlit dies

I used the “hello” from Hello You Thinlits in Tip Top Taupe and then I used a strip of Calypso Coral and a banner in Calypso Coral and Mossy Meadow with the retired Hearts a Flutter Framelits.   What do you think of the “hello”,  I personally really love the font.  I used our Tombow Multi Liquid Glue in little tiny dots to adhere it to the front of the card.  You could also use the new Fine Tip Glue Pen in the Holiday Catalog, or the Two Way Glue in the Annual Catalog.


Then I added a little embellishment of cork from the retired Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack.  I really love these colors together and I wish I’d used these cork pieces earlier.  On the sheet they just didn’t look like much but this little piece makes the card, don’t you think?   So, the lesson here is don’t hoard your supplies!  Use them!  🙂  I will confess I tried to use retired products because I won’t be teaching classes on these exact cards, maybe the layout but I won’t need these exact supplies.

Here’s another look…


I hope I inspired you today to use your stash and create something sweet for somebody!

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Stamps  None   Ink  None  Cardstock  Tip Top Taupe, Calypso Coral, Mossy Meadow, Very Vanilla  Tools Hello You Thinlit Dies.




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