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Summertime Thank-You Cards

 Hello again!  Happy June!!!  It's Kimberly from Kimplete Kreativity stopping in today with a few thank you cards created with the Sunny Studios stamp set 'Fresh & Fruity'!   I am a sucker for anything with fruit on it - you name it...clothes, pens, mugs, and of course - stamp sets!   So I couldn't wait to start stamping with this set!!
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These cards were a snap to put together.   I stamped the fruit on the top two-thirds of my panel and colored them in with markers while watching television (Back to the Future, anyone?!?!).   I made sure to leave a little highlight on the cherries and I love how they look!   

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Next I added coordinating gingham paper to the bottom third of the panel.   The final step was the sentiment strip - I heat embossed the sentiment off to the right and then ran the strip through my Vagabond with the cross stitch border from the Lawn Fawn borders set to jazz it up a bit!

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I am totally going to do a few more cards like this to add to my stash - they're so simple to put together, and the coloring is relaxing to do whenever you have the time.   I can't wait to use the strawberry!   And the lemon.....and the pear!   Oh my!   See what I mean?!   Take care and I'll see you next week, my friends!


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  1. These are over the top CUTE!!!!! I love all fruit inspired projects and these are just stinkin' fabulous.

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