Easy Thanksgiving Card Using Minimal Supplies

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Hey everyone!

I’m popping in on Thanksgiving Eve (that’s a thing, right? No? Okay…lol!) to share a quick and easy card you can pull together if you’re a slacker like me who waits until the night before the big day to make your cards. Nothing like a little proCRAFTination, am I right?


As some of you know, I am the Cheer Director for a youth cheerleading league and I actually created this card for my cheerleading coaches. I gave them out at the end of season banquet for all of the cheerleaders. Hopefully they all loved them!

This card is easy to mass produce, if you’d like – especially if you have a MISTI or other stamp positioner. Yay!


Okay, so I started off with a stitched rectangle die from Lawn Fawn. Then, I snagged the Honey Bee Stamps’ ‘Thanks and Giving‘ stamp set. I stamped my sentiment using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then pulled out the ‘Beautiful Leaves‘ set from Newton’s Nook. I stamped the leaf image once on scrap paper and then directly on my project to get a lighter shade of grey. I used Copic markers (E15 and YR27) to color in the leaf and the matted the card front of black and then orange card stock before adhering it to the card base. To finish off the card, I used some Dollar Tree (I know!) sequins in orange. Yay for sparklies!


See, I told you it was super fast! Try making one yourself and be sure to share it with me if you do!

If you’d like to see how this card came together, check out the video below (or HERE on YouTube).

Big hugs to everyone and happy Thanksgiving (if you’re in the US!)


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