Flashback Friday – Thanksgiving Card Projects

Rubbernecker Blog Flashback-Friday

We know that some of us you wait until the last minute to put together your Thanksgiving card projects. We thought we would share three of our most popular posts from which you can take some inspiration. Make them as they are or “steal” some of the twists, ideas or techniques and grab a little creativity boost!

First up is this post where in her video, our designer shows you all her tips and tricks for making these beautiful invitation and place card sets. Make both, make one, make a single menu for the table – this is a fun way to show off your talents right at the table!

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Thanksgiving Invitation and DIY Place Cards – VIDEO!

Today on Stamp Along With Rubbernecker, we are sharing a fantastic video from Preeti on how to make a beautiful Thanksgiving invitation and coordinating DIY Thanksgiving place cards. They are truly stunning and her video is LOADED with PRO TIPS. Our PRO TIP? Listen to Preeti share her family’s deeply heartwarming Thanksgiving tradition! Just when you think you can’t love someone any more!!! We know 2020 has been one heckuvayear but even with all the issues we faced and are

Next is this super quick and easy card that has tons of beautiful details thanks to the use of the pretty patterned paper – PRO TIP, LOTS of patterns look good with this design! – and the die cut layer. It just adds so much texture and depth!

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Easy and Quick Thanksgiving Card

Make one, make a stack – this easy and quick Thanksgiving card is gorgeous! When you have an idea for a card that you can put together super fast and doesn’t look it, it’s like money in the bank. This easy and quick Thanksgiving card has loads of pretty details thanks to the clever use of some patterned paper, a decorative sentiment stamp and some fast die cutting. Let’s take a look at how Jamie put this together for us

And last, this oh-so-pretty and you can’t really mess it up design for a watercolored Thanksgiving card that is giving all the vintage vibes.

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Watercolored Autumn Thank You Cards

You can make a stack of these autumn thank you cards and have them on hand all season! This month we are featuring projects that express gratitude and these autumn thank you cards are so perfect for the fall season. Annie says “I love to create Thanksgiving cards that are simple and warm.  The sketched look of the Fall Pumpkins Stamp Set was perfect for some faux no-line watercoloring using markers”.  Let’s get Annie’s tips on how to make this

Now, some tips if you are super short on time. Let die cuts do the work for you. Let patterns in our new Paper Pads do more of the work. Keep your design simple. Consider making mini slimline cards which are super popular this holiday season and let one of our cover or insert dies set up your card so you can use individual elements to decorate. Just pop one in each spot and you can be done!

And above all, remember, just because you have a specific vision and what you make isn’t an exact match to that vision, what you do make will be beautiful and full of your heart. Use these Thanksgiving card projects as jumping off points and just have fun creating!

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