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Monday, January 04, 2010

First Craft Project of 2010 - Thank you cards


On a recent rainy afternoon (there have been a lot of them) I puttered away at my worktable on these cards, stitching bits of felt and buttons to paper. Easy and satisfying - now to write the thank you notes!
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16 comments:

  1. What a lovely picture of prettiness. Love the heart. Am I allowed to mention valentine's day yet?

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  2. Gosh, these are lovely cards, any chance you'll be making some for your etsy shop?
    Maggie

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  3. Good Morning Lorrie...those are beautiful cards--a GIFT in addition to a Thank You! As always, your handiwork is exquisite!

    Have a great week.

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  4. these are SOOOO cute...
    you are getting me motivated..
    ...a GOOD THING...
    deby

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  5. Lovely cards.
    My nieces were thrilled with their journals, by the way.

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  6. Lovely cards Lorrie..

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  7. I love these Lorrie!! Sooo cute, such a great idea.
    Warmly,
    Tracey

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  8. Those are toooo cute! I just love seeing your creative pursuits. They always make me feel happy!

    Happy Evening!

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  9. I could have used a few of those cards today...much nicer than the ones I settled for!

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  10. So sweet and they look perfect for Christmas gift thank yous.

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  11. These thank you notes are gorgeous! Today I posted a very simple recycled thank you note craft using up odds and ends of paper scraps that you might be interested in reading.
    http://www.beruly.com/?p=547

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  12. How pretty. The people who get these cards will feel so appreciated!

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  13. what adorable cards; now that is something I could do too, that doesn't need seriously close work, does it?

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  14. Those are just so cute!

    Manuela

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  15. Friko,

    No, definitely no close work needed. What you see is what's there. And glue could be used if you don't want to stitch anything.

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