Princess Party Thank You Card

A Princess Party Thank You Card

Princess Party Thank You Card

Princess Party Thank You Card

I created this simple yet elegant thank you card for the princess (see previous posts for more information about who the princess is). I wanted the princess party to have a unified feel from the invitation all the way down to the thank you card the princess guests would receive after the party.

Here I was inspired to use a new technique (new to me, that is) that I recenlty saw at a rubber stamping and scrapbooking show. I used a stenciling brush to color the edges of the card. Nothing fancy, but it sure gives the card some pizzaz.


  • Dress ruber stamp from My Sentiments Exactly! W362
  • Stampin’ Up Tag set (which might be retired – I don’t know the name of the set)
  • 1 piece white cardstock
  • 1/8″ wide white ribbon (I used Offray)
  • Blazing Red StazOn Inkpad
  • Stenciling Brush (I used 3/4 LHSB)
  • Whole Punch & Scissors
  • Puffy Tape


  1. Cut the white cardstock to 5.5 x 8.5 and fold to 5.5 x 4.25 with the fold on the left side.
  2. Stamp the dress stamp in the center of the card using the Blazing Red StazOn inkpad.
  3. Dab the stenciling brush into the Blazing Red StazOn inkpad and brush color from the edge toward the center of the card. Making sure to start off the page then brush toward the center. (You’ll want a piece of scratch paper under your card).
  4. Punch two holes at the waistline of the dress. Wrap white ribbon through and trim to desired length.
  5. Stamp the tag stamp on white cardstock using Blazing Red StazOn inkpad. Then stamp the thank you inside the tag using Blazing Red StazOn inkpad.
  6. Trim the tag with your scissors. Put puffy tap on back and adhere to card so that part of the tag is on the dress and part of it is off the dress.

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