Sweet as a Peach Thank You cards



Welcome back to the most awesome blog hop!!  Here is my March customer appreciation card.  Place a Stampin' Up!® order with me using the current host code and get this card from me!!

March Customer Appreciation Card


Speaking of "Sweet as a Peach," did you hear I became a "Memaw"?  Look at this little "peach"! That is why I was a little late in adding my blog to the hop.  


I could hold her forever.... but we need to make a card!!

Here are some easy-to-follow directions to make your own.

Items needed:

Sweet as a Peach stampset
Layering Circle dies
Hive 3D embossing folder
Heart and Home DSP
Cardstock: Night of Navy, Cajun Craze, Basic White
Inks: Memento Black, Pale Papaya, Old Olive

  • Cut Night of Navy to 8½" x 5½", score at 4¼" for cardbase.
  • Cut Night of Navy to 4" x 5¼" then run thought the embossing machine with the Hive 3D folder.
  • Adhere the embossed panel to the cardbase.
  • Cut 3 DSP pieces to 2" x 3", then adhere to the cardfront. 
  • Using the Layering Circle dies, cut a small circle (2⅛") from Basic White.
  •  On the white circle, stamp the peach in Pale Papaya, the stem/leaf in Old Olive. Stamp the sentiment in Memento Black.
  • Cut the scalloped circle (2½") from the Cajun Craze cardstock.
  • Adhere the stamped Basic White circle to the Cajun Craze circle, then adhere it to the cardfront using dimensionals.
  •  Apply the bee with a glue dot.

Please hop along to the next blog! Go on!!!  I got a baby to hold!!!!



  1. Congratulations on your gorgeous daughter! And I love your card too! Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop this month.

  2. Congratulations! I love your card too! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Greta card. Congratulations on your lovely little one

  4. Adorable baby and cut card Jennifer x

  5. Beautiful baby! Love the use of the dsp on the card.

  6. Congrats on the the new adorable baby!! And lovely card!😊

  7. Congratulations on your new addition to your family.
    Lovely cards too. 😍


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