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First post of 2012


HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

I thought I'd start 2012 off with a simple quick THANK YOU card!  After weeks of gifting, parties and events it's sometimes nice to send out "Just a Note" of thanks.  These cards are fast and easy to make.  I simply stamped a music note background stamp then distressed with Walnut distress ink. 


I borrowed this wee stamp then punched it out with SU word window punch. 

In all I made 20 cards in under 2 hours.  On the inside I used a Scrappy Moms Stamps "Thank You" stamp.

Looking forward to a new year of crafting.  I have lots of idea's and projects planned:)

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  1. Those are lovely... would be great to receive one like that.. Must file it away for later use.. Very well done.. Love them.. Take Care and all the best in 2012

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  2. Nicole
    Happy New Year to you and yours.
    Looks like us Albertans had the same idea lol
    My thank you cards were very similar.Glad I did them awhile back or else you might have thought I was copying your style. lol
    Yours are gorgeous.
    Myrna

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  3. These came out perfect! Happy New Year!
    hugs,jen

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  4. cute thank you card! wishing you and your family a happy and healthy new year!!

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  5. Very cool card, Nicole!!! :) I am still trying to get my thank you's done! ;)

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  6. Love your site and all of your creativity. Can't wait to see what you have in store for 2012. Happy New Year. Cathie
    www.creativecutterroom.com

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  7. Your musical notes look ready to play a very sweet tune! :) Love the rich brown color.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. This is so pretty! I love the colors!

    Lisa
    http://prettypaperprettyribbons.blogspot.com

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