When asked to make 16 thank-you notes for our grandson to use, I had to come up with something simple. This wasn't as easy as it looks, but I've got a dozen made. The last four will be a little different, I think. What made this so time consuming was pasting the little pieces in the a, y and o of the letters that were die cut.
One thing that helped was Press and Seal wrap from my kitchen drawer. Before running the blue panels through the Big Shot, I lined up all the letters on top of the wrap, added the "you" die and pressed the letters onto each blue panel to cut the word and letters all at once. The letters stayed in place for all 14 cards. (A BIG thank you to Jennifer McGuire's husband who invented Press and Seal!)
The card is done in school colors, of course, with the panel mounted on the gold card base so that he would be able to easily write on the inside.