Hello crafty friends! Popping in to share a card which is my second entry for CAS-ual Fridays #109: Polka Dots. I really love this week’s theme over there. So I couldn’t resist myself making another card using polka dots in it. 🙂


I created a clean and simple card using a combination of dry and heat embossing. I started by dry embossing my card base with a swiss dot embossing folder. Then I tried cutting out a hexagon frame using Cover Plate: Hexagon Die from Papertrey Ink. But for some reason, the die-cut frame didn’t turn out well. I failed cutting every hexagon out from the paper. However, I used it instead of trying to get better one. Because I thought it would be cool to cover the part of polka dots with hexagon blocks. What do you think?

After that, I die cut a message frame from PTI Fillable Frames #4 Die. Then I heat embossed the frame image and sentiment using Ranger Embossing Powder. FYI, the sentiment is from PTI Inside & Out:Thank You. To finish off my card, I adhered the embossed frame with dimensional adhesive. By the way, I didn’t add any extra image in my card; since it’s already busy with hexagon pattern and polka dots even though they are all white. FYI, I intended to take a little dark photo of my card because this way shows the polka dots better.

Hope you enjoyed my card and got some inspiration. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a good night!

May Park


4 thoughts on “Polka Dot Thank You Card

  1. Beautiful and elegant! like the partially covered hexagons combined with the “open” ones with the polka dot background 🙂
    Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!
    Sylvia xx

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