Hi guys, I am sorry for my sudden absence. Health emergency with my mom made me pack my bags and head out to India for a visit after 6.5 years! And (not really surprising) I got Covid on day 2 of my being back. I had never had it before, but I have taken 3 doses of the vaccine. Covid also decided to bring in some of his friends like the ear infection and all the cooties partied in my body for almost a week. It was terrible. But fear not, some fantastic antibiotics, with lots of hot water and chai and I am back to normal. Yes, fatigue and some body pain remains, but nothing I can't handle. So, here I am with some cute Thank You cards - yes, I had created these way back when, but getting around to posting only now. I guess, it fits the thanks-giving-season theme, so I thought why not? :)
Here are the cards. All of these use Spellbinders August LDOM - Strawberry Patch dies. I also combined these with several other supplies from Spellbinders:
August DOM - Outlined Sentiments,
Be Bold uppercase alphabets,
Sweet Birdie, and
Yana's Special Sentiments glimmer set.
I also pulled an older Simon Says Stamp Fruit From The Heart stamp set for all my stamped sentiments today.
With the same die set, I created 3 distinctly different looks for these strawberries:
1. regular strawberries
2. Half cut / eaten strawberry
3. Chocolate covered strawberry - with frosting squiggles on top :D
For the how-to, I better show than tell :)
I hope you like these ideas and give them a try.
I hope you know that I most sincerely appreciate your support. When life puts me in a rough patch, I make deliberate attempts to find reasons for being grateful and always, always, always you guys come at the top of my list! So, thank you so very much!!
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