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CASology #135: Mini Thank You Card using Pencil Eraser

by May Park-

Hello, crafty friends! Hope you had a great start to your new week. As some of you may know, last week I went on a craft retreat for 4 days and had a blast crafting with my sweet friends. If you’d like to see the photos that I took on the retreat, please check out my Instagram.

Week 135 - Mini

Okay, it’s Tuesday and that means time for a brand new challenge over at CASology. We have a new cue card, MINI, and I’d love for you to play along with us. As always, you can interpret the word literally or think outside the box. Here is my take on MINI:


I created a very simple mini card using a pencil eraser. But I’m afraid that my card design is too general, and someone might already made a very similar card like mine.


By the way, do you know what does my sentiment mean? It’s thank you in Korean. The Hangul for the phrase is 고맙습니다(gomapseumnida) which is a formal thanks used mostly for familiar people who have a higher rank or status than you have.


After I made 5 thank you cards in different colors, I wrapped them with tracing paper and tied it with natural twine. It would be a perfect gift for anyone who loves handmade greeting cards.

Guest Designer: Ksenija
Now it’s your turn to play along. There is a wonderful prize up for grabs from Uniko Studio and the winner will have a chance to guest design on the next challenge – more details are on the CASology blog. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!


  1. Monika Reeck

    As always I try to visiting all DT member card and give some love to them
    hope you like to popping at my blog too 🙂
    I love your design
    it is simple it is creative and it is adorable the color combo
    and how sweet you are to make it in a set
    love your design May
    hugs, Monika

    02 . Mar . 2015
  2. Melissa

    What a creative design, May! I REALLY love this mini card! So simple, but such an eye catching design!!! 🙂

    01 . Mar . 2015
  3. Maria f.

    What a wonderful set, May. Your colors are so modern. I recently used a pencil eraser to make some dots with paint! I received a lovely package in the mail today – thank you for the precious stamp set (and other goodies). You did a wonderful job designing it. And your card is just gorgeous. I’m thrilled to have a May Park original!

    28 . Feb . 2015
  4. hazelhodgkins

    So creative May! This will make an awesome gift set for someone!

    28 . Feb . 2015
  5. Niinu

    Awesome card! Love your choice of colors!

    27 . Feb . 2015
  6. KreativeKymona

    Hey May!! As usual your card is awesome. I love how you added color down the side of your card. Nicely done!

    26 . Feb . 2015
  7. wienerhoneymooners

    You are so clever May, so wonderfully clever!!!!!

    26 . Feb . 2015
  8. Tracey McNeely

    May you are so creative, way to rock out your pencil! 🙂

    26 . Feb . 2015
  9. Jen W.

    Your little dots are so perfect, May! What a great idea to use a pencil eraser!

    25 . Feb . 2015
  10. tsurutadesigns

    super pretty May!

    25 . Feb . 2015
  11. Judy1223

    May, you make any technique seem new and fresh and fun! You have a gift, my friend! LOVE this weet card…and I learned something new today, too. Thanks!

    24 . Feb . 2015
  12. Barb

    And just how CLEV-AH is that??? I tell ya, it amazes me when someone thinks up something smart like this. Too cool!

    24 . Feb . 2015
  13. Joyce M.

    Wonderful mini card. And, how could anyone have done something like this? In Korean? Stamping with a pencil eraser? Really, May, you are one in a million.

    24 . Feb . 2015
  14. Nina-Marie Trapani

    I think your card is lovely May! And I wouldn’t worry about others having made something similar before. The cards you make are so beautiful and unique, with your own personal spin to it, making yours different from someone else’s who may have a similar design. I think you did an AMAZING job with the card. And I loved learning the definition of the Korean Hangul sentiment! Thanks so much for always sharing your creativity with all of us!
    Nina-Marie 🙂

    24 . Feb . 2015

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