Grungy Craft Individuals Thank You Card

Happy Friday crafty friends! I’m over on the Topflight Stamps blog with a quick thank you card I made using the Crafty Individuals Baroque Script stamp and Craft Consortium paper. I love this pretty stamp with the script.

I selected a piece of brick paper and cut it down to 5 1/4″ x 4″. I then stamped the Baroque Script with Versafine Clair Pine Cone ink and clear heat embossed it. I love the grungy look both of the pattern paper along with the stamp. 

I used some Lavinia Element Dye Ink in Merlot and blended it around the edge of the card.

I finished my card by adding a foiled sentiment I had in my stash along with the Hunkydory Precious Pearls in Vintage Browns. Thank you for stoping by and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Supplies

*Listed below are the products I used and contain affiliate links when possible at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! All products were personally purchased by me or provided by companies I design for.

Crafty Individuals - 430 Baroque Script
Crafty Individuals – 430 Baroque Script
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TP
WOW! Embossing - Clear
WOW! Embossing – Clear
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EH | WOW US | Blk
WOW! Embossing - Embossing Pen
WOW! Embossing – Embossing Pen
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EH | WOW US | Blk | TP
Double Sided Tape
Double Sided Tape
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TP | Misc
Lavinia - Elements Dye Ink - Merlot
Lavinia – Elements Dye Ink – Merlot
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TP
Tsukineko - VersaFine Clair - Pine Cone
Tsukineko – VersaFine Clair – Pine Cone
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TP
Craft Consortium - Brick Textures
Craft Consortium – Brick Textures
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TP
Hammermill Paper, Color Copy Digital, 32lb
Hammermill Paper, Color Copy Digital, 32lb
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AZ
Hero Arts - Wagner - HT400 Precision Heat Tool
Hero Arts – Wagner – HT400 Precision Heat Tool
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EH | SC | AZ

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