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It’s my turn to host the Free 4 All Friday Challenge this week.
The Challenge is “Simple Thanks”
Christmas cards should be done (or at least close) by now so I thought it would be a good idea to have some Thank You cards ready.
My challenge is to make a simple thank you card. By simple I mean one that could be easily reproduced to have several handy. No limit on supplies, just use your judgement on what you think you'd be ok with making multiples of.
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__________________ Jeanne S - Inky Paws
I was inspired by Julie's Christmas Cupcakes - dug out my Sizzix Big Bold Cupcake die set, and added some buttons with dimensional dots. My variation on the theme was a faux bow. Hand wrote the thanks sentiment with a fine point green sharpie. Here's Cupcake Thanks
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