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We once again had a fun and successful card swap. I hosted this month and decided to not set an actual theme for the cards so we got a wonderful variety of cards. Because I kind of love tacos I made dinner for us all and we had so much fun visiting. Almost everyone was able to come so it was a great night.
My *card* for the month. I’ll be sharing tomorrow where I got everything.
Alisha made this adorable For You card. I love the scallop edge to her card and the cute flower.
Kristin made this adorable birthday card. She said it was a birthday, I think it could be used for many different things. Love it!
Kelly wasn’t able to come last month so this is her card from last month. I think it’s so cute.
Marianne broke out her washi tape again this month and created this darling card. She cut out the scallop frame and then the present and balloon and put the washi tape behind it. Beyond adorable.
Kelly made a Mother’s day card for this month. I love the mix of the pinks and orange (one of my favorite combos this year). I think she’s loving her silhouette don’t you?
Nikki made this set of Thank Whoo cards. I am in love with that little owl. These all have matching tiny envelopes and she used cork board to mount the owls. Love the prints and texture.
Amanda made this beautiful grateful card. I am sad that I could only take one because she had the same card made with a variety of papers and they were all so pretty.
Lisa created this gorgeous card. It’s hard to tell in my picture but the polkadot paper is backed with another paper and then she folded the circles in half so they pop up a little bit. She always uses texture and print flawlessly.
Angela made this darling little apple thanks card. She made it so we can use it for Teacher Appreciation. I love the polkadot paper and the stripes as the stem.
Paula used this darling tag from My Computer is My Canvas. It reads “Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst, Snack in between”. She used twine to close up the bag so it can be given with a little snack inside. I think it turned out so cute.
Gena made this adorable door hanger. I am thinking this will be SO awesome to use for visiting teaching or even just a little pick me up for a friend (or child). She also used washi tape and I’m loving the mustaches.
Michelle decorated these gift bags with castles that she glittered up. She did a boy version and a girl version and the sweet over achiever that she is included coordinating tissue paper for all of us. I am looking forward to using it for my soon to be 5 year old’s birthday.
Hope you love them all as much as I do. I sure enjoy the fun we have getting together each month and seeing everyone’s creativity.
I am also SO happy it’s Friday! My mom will be here in just a few days for an extended stay and next week is BON JOVI!!!! Can’t wait.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
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