Clean & Simple Autumn Thank You – TTTC#130

  Today I’m sharing a clean and simple autumn thank you card.  I’m also playing along with the Tic Tac Toe Challenge… I chose the second row across:  Die-Cuts, Leaves, CAS This card came together rather quickly.  After adhering a Cajun Craze mat to the Very Vanilla thick card base, I cut a large stitched rectangle from Very Vanilla card stock.  I then stamped the sentiment, from SU’s Ornate Thanks stamp set in Cajun Craze…

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Thanks a Bushel – Paper Players Theme Challenge PP557

Lawn Fawn Thanks a Bunch Thank You Card - Rosanne Mulhern

I’m playing along with the Paper Players theme challenge today.   It was a lot of fun coming up with a card featuring numbers…thanks, Leanne! Again, I dug into my long neglected stamp stash for today’s card and came up with a sweet little set…Lawn Fawn’s Thanks a Bushel. Here’s what I came up with… My numbers came from a piece of patterned paper from my stash.  I’m pretty sure it came from a 6…

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“Classy” Teacher Thank You Card – TTTC127

Newton's Nook Classy Teachers Thank You Card - Rosanne Mulhern

Hello…I hope you’re having a good week.  I went back to school today so this week’s Tic Tac Toe Challenge was timed perfectly for me to create another school themed thank you card.  Here’s the challenge board… I chose to follow the bottom row across:  Apple, Teacher, Books I’m currently having a good time digging into my seldom used stamps. For today’s card, I used the Classy Teachers stamp set from Newton’s Nook.  This set…

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Back to School Thank You Notes

Mama Elephant Book Work Thank You Notes - Rosanne Mulhern

  I’m playing along with the Tic Tac Toe challenge today.  My cards satisfy the first and second rows across as well as the third column down. I’m currently working on sweet little thank you notes to give to students when we get back to school on 8/30.  Last school year was unprecedented in almost every way.  But despite the challenges, it turned out to be one of the most rewarding years for me.  I…

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