Thursday, December 16, 2010

Quick Thank You Cards

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I participated in a cricut swap and I decided to use some of the die cuts I received from other people to make some quick Thank You cards for our neighbors who brought gifts to our cookie swap. The "Thanks" I made using the George cartridge. They were easy to put together and a good way to use the die cuts I'd received from others. In all, these probably took about 20 minutes to make. The train was cut with the Martha Stewart punch that I used for the elf sign in the previous post.








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I hadn't finished my daughter's stocking when I started to decorate the house, so my hubby suggested making this. I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge to make the elf and a great Martha Stewart train border punch I found at Marshalls for $3. Can't beat that. I downloaded the fonts for free. I need to work on my paper doll decorating, but I thought the clothes at least turned out pretty nice.


Her finished stocking is blue and white, just like the Hanukkah stocking I made a couple of years ago for my hubby. His has a beaded Star of David on the front. I'm working on beading snowflakes for the outside of hers.

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