Use fabric to make Thank You cards

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I love making my own cards for others. I think adding a touch of something you make is sometimes like a gift in itself. Sometimes I browse through my stash for scraps to glue onto blank cards, and save them for a later date. I bought a charm pack of Tulane and I knew the design of these urban, gritty, and bold fabrics would make a nice design for a thank you card for my dad. 

I chose the focal fabric Maison De’filer in Rasberry (#4768), trimmed the edges with pinking scissors and—voilà! I just happened to have bright blue envelope to match! Right now Connecting Threads has a ton of Father’s Day gift ideas that would look good made up with Tulane as well; check them out here

Why not make your own thank you card this year to go along with your handmade gift? 

- Jenna


3 responses to “Use fabric to make Thank You cards”

  1. Jenni Says:
    06/05/2012 1:49 pm

    Cute Jenna!

  2. kathy Says:
    06/06/2012 2:13 pm

    Another great way to use up my scraps! thanks Jenna

  3. Thank you card Says:
    08/28/2012 4:25 am

    Fabric thank you cards are the best gift to present to your love ones as it gives the feeling of your love and affection.


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