Customer Thank you cards using Glamper Greetings


I’ve made another card design to go into the challenge for the Global Design Project this week. The batch of Thank You cards I made to send out to my customers who order with me has all been posted out. With just over a week to go until the end of November, I’m quite a few short. What a wonderful problem to have! If you’ve ordered with me this month, THANK YOU!

The theme for the GDP is Adventure and I adore this caravan stamp from the Glamper Greetings stamp set (Photopolymer). There’s a greeting in the set which says ‘May the Adventures Continue.’ I thought this was lovely to use on a customer thank you card, but I’ve added a Stampin’ Up! stamp in the sentence, making it read. ‘May the Stampin’ Up! Adventures Continue’.

The Glamper Greetings is actually on offer at the moment in the Online Extravaganza this week. There’s 10% off this great set! It’s going to be retired on the 3rd January, to make way for the new catalogue, the Spring-Summer Catalogue which is out on the 4th January 2017. If you’d like to request a free copy of this you can do so here —> Free Stampin’ Up! Catalogues. Here’s my second entry into the challenge this week. (You can view my first entry here)


When driving on the motorways Caravaning is something you’re never far away from in the UK and this caravan is really sweet. It’s crying out for some colouring in, and it’s very easy to do that with water colouring using an Aqua Painter. The outline of the caravan is stamped in Basic Black Archival Ink, which is the type of ink that will not run or bleed when water is added to it. I’ve kept the colour palette quite muted and simple here. Mint Macaron, Cucumber Crush, Early Espresso and a touch of Clear Wink of Stella on the windows.


I even made an insert for the card which I stamped the tree trunk, and coloured it in using Early Espresso and then the leaves in Cucumber Crush. Can you see the little © Stampin’ Up! logo? That is a great little stamp and it can be found in the I Stamped This stamp set (Clear-Mount).


I’m sure my customers will really love to receive one of these in the post, you’ve still got time to get your hands on one of these. This will be the Thank You card design until the end of November now. So if you’d like one, then all you need to do to get one is order in my Stampin’ Up! online shop.


I hope you’ve enjoyed the card today, don’t forget to take a look at the Online Extravaganza, all the details are below. 🙂

Online Extravaganza until 28th November!

Sarah Berry
Sarah Berry

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  1. 23rd November 2016 / 10:44 pm

    Oh Sarah, this card is adorable and so clever too! Thanks for playing along (twice) at Global Design Project…I just love your cards! Hugs XOXO

  2. 28th November 2016 / 4:46 am

    Oh these are just gorgeous Sarah! I love the little addition of the Stampin’ Up!®. hahahaha clever. Thank you for playing along with the Global Design Project this week! We love you playing along with us.

  3. 28th November 2016 / 8:39 pm

    So clever, I love that you have added the “stamping up” in your sentiment. Gorgeous cards!

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