Keep It CASual #2: Fall Thank You Card

Happy Monday everyone! Welcome back to another Keep it CASual –  a video series featuring Clean and Simple Card Making.

In today’s video I’m going to show you how I made this Fall Thank You Card which features a stamped glitter technique.


For today’s card I once again turned to my stash of Papertrey Ink products.  Now I promise you that Papertrey Ink products are not the Only products I own, and not ALL the Keep it CASual cards will use Papertrey Ink products.

There are actually a TON of different manufactures whose products I absolutely love. It just so happens that I am in severe shortage of new current products to use, and I am having a huge difficulty trying to decide what to buy. Decision, decisions…..LOL

I am getting ready to place an order at Simon Says Stamp – my go-to place for buying my paper crafting supplies – so you should be seeing some new stuff soon.

Keep It CASual 2: Fall Thank You Card

Here’s the video on how I created this card.

Here’s a list of the supplies I used:

  • Stamps: Autumn Acorns (Papertrey Ink)
  • Ink:  Adirondack Earthtones Espresso (Ranger)
  • Paper: Stamper’s Select White Cardstock (Papertrey Ink, Classic Calico Collection Vol 2 (Studio Calico)
  • Accessories: Autumn Acorns Die (Papertrey Ink); Big Shot (Sizzix); Essential Glue Pad (Tsukineko); Dark Chocolate Vintage Buttons (Papertrey Ink);  Dark Gold, Copper, Sand and Bronze Opaque Microfine Glitters (Glitter Ritz); Linen thread, Stampin’ Dimensionals (Stampin’ Up!)

Stamps, paper and ink can be purchased from Papertrey Ink – click on the links above to get to each page.  Other products used are linked below and can be purchased from  Simon Says Stamp.

I hope you enjoyed today’s video tutorial and I’ll see you at the next Keep it CASual!

7 replies on “Keep It CASual #2: Fall Thank You Card”

  1. Hi Andrea, I love all your creations and ideas. I pore over your journals and cards of those of your guests. I created a card this morning that just lacked something to “finish it off.” I thought maybe you would want to start a feature where some members of your blog could post their cards for “critique” ( thin skinned need not apply) once a month you.’d perhaps critique three cards or so which illustrate common errors, a lack of polishing touches, or perhaps a design or color principle that was violated. You seem to be open to really teaching, and this might be another tool.

  2. Love your fall creative card and it gives me ideas for using glitter that I have and have not used! Can you tell me where I can purchase Designs by Ryn stamps and stencils? Thank you for sharing!

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