Thank you cards

One of the lovely things about having card making classes is when you receive a hand-made thank you card in return. I thought I would share a couple I got in the mail in the last few weeks.

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Thank you

The one on the left uses a ‘thumping’ technique  I had in a class back in 2014, it is lovely to see it used Stampin’ Up! products.  It also shows that my lovely customers use the products they buy from me – which makes me happy as they are meant to be used and not simply ‘collected’!!!

The card on the left uses the Deco Labels Framelits,  the larger one cut from Designer Series Paper (DSP) and the smaller from Whisper White card.  A simple, but heartfelt message and a dainty little flower centered with a Candy Dot completed the design.

Sweet thank-yous to the senders.

 Happy Stamping 🙂
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3 thoughts on “Thank you cards

  1. Quetta Morton says:

    Hi Cindy. Thx for all your help today. Did I leave my plastic bag on your table with my cards and little box from you? Thx so much. Quetta

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. Debby Butts says:

    Thank you so much for the blog and great card making ideas. I’m wondering what your class schedule is for April. And where you are located. I recently moved to this area and live between Prosper and Celina in Light Farms.

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