Cecelia Louie's passion for paper crafts began with the discovery of origami at age 6. A graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design, she's a graphic designer by day and an avid paper crafter ...
Cecelia Louie's passion for paper crafts began with the discovery of origami at age 6. A graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design, she's a graphic designer by day and an avid paper crafter by night. She's the author of Pretty Quilled Cards, a contributor to All Things Paper and the winner of Craftsy's 2014 Paper Crafts Pattern Design Award for her modern quilled snowflake design.View all patterns by designer (19) »
Give a note of appreciation with a yellow and grey thank you card.
This printable 6x4" card can be used as many times as you like for weddings, bridal showers, parties, or any occasion. I sculpted the banner, quilling paper streamers, and flowers by hand, bringing a touch of realism to vintage banners. The shaped paper and soft shadows are captured on camera, allowing you to print and mail this visually tactile message easily.
Since each printer handles color differently, I've created a test file for you to freely download and confirm the color and quality before buying: http://db.tt/y6y3VYPe
A matching envelope is an obvious must! This one is fillable, so you can simply type in the person's name and the font will match the one used in the card, completing your set.
1) Open the PDF file in Adobe Reader (free download at http://get.adobe.com/reader/).
2) Print the card on 8.5x11" thick 80lb card stock (ensure Page Scaling or Resizing is set to None).
3) Score and cut along the guidelines for a 6x4" card.
4) Type the recipient's name on the matching envelope file (fillable PDF).
5) Print the envelope on 8.5x11" paper.
6) Score and cut along the guidelines. Glue the tabs to make your envelope.
Please contact me if you have any questions. Sorry, no refunds due to the nature of this electronic product. Please do not share, sell, or modify and resell my digital files.
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