Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Thank You Cards

When I first started out as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I wanted to do something for my customers. So I started the tradition of giving each and everyone who places an order (through me or online) a hand made Thank You card. These cards are only 3x3 inches, but they pack a whallop! My customers are always commenting on the personalized touch, and I love making them. I usually grab some designer paper, have a basic idea in my head and whip out 10 or 15 of them at a time. I use 12x12 cardstock and cut the bases 3x6 inches. So out of each sheet of cardstock I get 8 cards. I use up a lot of leftover pieces of cardstock and designer paper making the card fronts. Here are some pictures of the latest ones I made.

On these ones I used up some Felt Fusions and some left over Brocade Backgrounds DSP. The main card is Barely Banana textured (as in this picture) or Certainly Celery textured (not shown).



For these ones I used Groovy Guava DSP and Night of Navy textured cardstock.


These are quick and easy cards, but my customers love them.

Along with this tradition, each November is my Customer Appreciation Month. For the entire month I have a Give Away Draw. Customers earn entries based on various criteria. At the end of the month I draw for the prizes. This month I had 35 of them. These items are things I collect all year long (SAB stuff, Hostess Gifts, etc. ). All of it is new and never used. There is ribbon, stamp sets, mini note kits, designer paper, cardstock, ink, etc. I took a lot of pictures, but will not post most of them here as they have faces of my customers and I promised them I would never post their pictures online. But here is one of the pictures I can share....... ahhhh the most important part of the day, the food!
Thanks for looking, I hope to be doing some more creating real soon. Check back tomorrow for a picture of the Glittered Christmas Tree Ornaments I did.
............................................. Glenda Mollet



2 comments:

Candy said...

The food was as delicious as it looked!!
The time you take to do things for your customers means so much to each of us. Your wonderful thank you cards are all saved by me for ideas, as well as because they are always so very pretty.
Thank you for everything!
Hugs, Candy

cindy said...

Fabulous Blog you have here.

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