DIY Burlap Thanksgiving Cards

DIY Burlap Thanksgiving Cards


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I enjoy sending seasonal cards to friends and family members.  For Thanksgiving this year I thought it would be fun to craft my own cards using supplies that I had on hand.  These cards were easy to make and I hope that the recipients will enjoy receiving them.

Supplies Needed:

Cards with Envelopes
Burlap
Pencil
Turkey Cookie Cutter or Turkey Printout
Spray Adhesive
Fall Stamps and Stamp Pad
Glitter Glue Pens
Thanksgiving Card Supplies


Procedure:

1.  Using turkey cookie cutter, trace turkey on burlap and cut out.
Thanksgiving Card Trace on Burlap

Or pin turkey printout to burlap and cut out.
Thanksgiving Card Printed Turkey Cut-Out

2.  Spray the back of the burlap turkey with spray adhesive and apply to the front of the card.  Be sure to do this in a well ventilated area.

3.  After the spray adhesive dries, outline the turkey with a coordinating glitter glue pen.

4.  Stamp the inside of the card with a Thanksgiving message and the back of the envelope with a Thanksgiving stamp.

5.  Send to your favorite friends and family members.

For fun I took pictures of my cards using fall flowers as a backdrop.  My Asters have been brillian this fall.
Burlap Turkey Thanksgiving Card


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Burlap Turkey Card in Asters


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The inside of the card was stamped with a simple message and a cornucopia in a coordinating color.
Thanksgiving Card Inside

This card was created using the same turkey cookie cutter but reversed when glued to the card.  Pretty Oak folliage makes a pretty backdrop.
Burlap Turkey Thanksgiving Card in Leaves


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I like these cards so much that I just might have to craft a few more!
Thansgiving Cards in Leaves


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Do you send seasonal cards?  I’m always happy when I receive a card in the mail.

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Comments

  1. What a fun idea!!! They are adorable, Paula. :)

  2. PAULA! You are MY kind of crafter. These are just darling, and you do things in a way that makes sense to me. Thank you so much for sharing your good ideas!

  3. Very cute cards! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet note…have a great weekend!

  4. Wow! I really love this idea, very clever.
    Thanks for sharing, found you via the link up.
    Your newest follower :)

  5. Very nice! I love burlap and hope it never goes out of vogue!

  6. I love these Paula! So cute. : )

  7. So sweet! And I love that you used a cookie cutter for your template. I love using things I already have in different ways!

  8. This is so fun and such a great new way to use burlap.

  9. Super cute! I love cards that have a 3d effect.

  10. cute card! I love incorporating other textures into cards!

  11. Super cute Paula!

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