Pink Sapphire Sparkle Thank You Card

Pink Sapphire Sparkle Thank You Card

Hi crafty friends! Ivy here from @ivypinkmade. I have an easy floral thank you card to share with you today, it looks complicated but I promise it is easy peasy!


  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
    • Pink Sapphire MirriSparkle
    • Pink Lemonade
    • Bubblegum
    • Pure White
  • Scissors
  • Cricut Maker
  • Wink of Stella
  • Thanks die cut 
  • Embossing folder
  • Die Cutting Machine
  • Crafty Foam Tape
  • Corner Punch

Pink Sparkle Cards Supplies

Cut each floral layer on a cutting machine. One flower is 3 inches the other 2 inches.

I used foam tape in between each layer to add dimension, but if you don't want a thick flower you can just use regular adhesive. 

Use Wink of Stella to add shimmer to Pink Lemonade layer.

Pink Sparkle Cards Flower Assembly

Use thanks die and cut on Pink Sapphire cardstock. 

Pink Sapphire Sparkle Paper Thanks Die Cut

Cut Bubble gum layer 8.5 x 6.5 and score down the center to make your base card.

Cut Pink Lemonade 4.75 x 6.25 as your second layer.

Cut Pure White cardstock to 4.5 x 5.75 and emboss.


Embossing Pure White Paper

Round the corners for each layer to give it a softer look.

Rounding Corners and Attaching Panel

Adhere embossed cardstock piece on top of Pink Lemonade and adhere the larger flower on the bottom left corner and the other on top right corner.

Apply adhesive with a thin tip on the thanks and adhere on the center of the card.

Attaching flower to pink glitter thank you card

This beautiful card is finished! I told you it was super easy! 

Isn't that Pink Sapphire Mirrisparkle just gorgeous?

Pink Sapphire Sparkle Thank You Floral Card

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Have a crafty day!


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I really like the embossing and your flowers are beautiful.


So pretty Ivy!

Cindy Christoffel

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