Happy Halloween! It's nearly the end of another week. This one was an exciting one for our family as my Mom's final day of work was yesterday. She is now officially retired! I am so excited to be able to spend more time with her now that she no longer has to punch a 9-5 clock!
The card I'm sharing today is another one from the series of four water color thank you cards I made a bit ago. This card uses a Stampin' Up! stamp, and I colored it using watercolor paints. The patterned papers are Melissa Frances, American Crafts, and Studio Calico. The cursive writing on the left side of the card is writing that I cut from the an old French postcard. The mother of pearl buttons are antique with beautiful patina. I used photoshop to make the "Thank you" word strip which I printed onto cardstock. Then, I mounted the cardstock onto chipboard before gluing it onto the card front. This gives a little bit of dimension to the finished card.
If you have any specific questions about the card, feel free to let me know!