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Thanks A Bunch!

This week's Papertake Weekly Challenge is:
"... to make a Thank You card or notelet.."

so here's my contributions. The first one is using a PB stamp coloured with Brushables, Pink Petticoat papers, Dovecraft ribbon and Papermania sticky gems. The sentiment is a free font printed straight to the paper.





The second card is a Sugar Nellie stamp, again coloured with Brushables, Pink Petticoat papers, Dovecraft ribbon, Papermania sticky gems, and a Pink Petticoat sentiment.


Thanks for looking!

Comments

Marlou said…
Hi jo, these cards are so beautiful, you make really lovely cards, i love dropping by to see them :)
Jilli said…
Two really gorgeous cards!
leann said…
aaaaww - these are soooo cute!
Stempelchaotin said…
Wow they are so really nice. Lovely Cards.
Andrea, said…
Great cards, the liitle pig is so cute
steph said…
Great cards! Love the way you've coloured the little piggie - it's so sweet! x
Frances said…
Love the cards, especially that shade of pink on your piggy card.
** Isa ** said…
Jo your cards are sooooooooooo super cute!!! Gorgeous Yummy papers!!!

Hugs xxx
All Pink girl said…
Fab cards ,gorgeous colours ,love your piggi stamp,Dawnx
est26 said…
Gorgeous cards
Kim said…
Awww these are too cute......
Deb said…
Beautiful cards Jo, I love the papers behind the Sugar Nellie so bright and fresh!
Tarasdesigns said…
love your cards jo and I'm going to have to print off some of that blue paper from my Pink {Petticoat CDs
Jackie said…
I love coming to see your cards! They are both lovely.

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