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Thank You So Much!

Hello!  Merry Christmas!!  I hope this finds you happy, healthy and with those you love this lovely day!  Yes, I know that is a lot of exclamations but I feel Christmas is deserving of them.  With Christmas in mind or any Holiday you celebrate this season, I feel that a thank you card often goes forgotten.  I myself am guilty of it.  So for today's card I a made a Thank you card.  Let me tell you how I made this super easy card.  Minutes, I tell ya.

First you I stamped my images from the Frosty Littles stamp set by Hello Blue bird with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I then colored them with my copics and gave detail with my white Signo Uniball pen.  Using the coordinating Frosty Littles dies, I cut the images out.  I then trimmed a small piece from the Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow Christmas 6x6 paper pad and adhered it to the card base.  I then trimmed down a piece of the Lawn Fawn Pixie Dust sparkle cardstock and adhered it to the card.
I stamped the sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Simply Sentiments onto the card.  I  adhered those cute snowmen with foam adhesive.  To finish it off I adhered Sparkling Clear jewels from Pretty Pink Posh with some Glossy Accents and done!  So easy!!

Truly, such a fun and easy card to put together.  I hope you are able to squeeze in a simple thank you note or two this season.  They are always such a thoughtful way to show your gratitude. 

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday Season! 


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