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Card Kit Club April


I have the loveliest group of friends who wanted to do a card kit club, and Merry was first to send some goodies:


Here are the cards I've made, and I didn't even use everything up!:






Love the built-in scallops on this one, and that paper can just stand alone!
 

For this one I cheated and stamped my own sentiment and flowers, but isn't that paper beautiful?

Come see what my friends have done!

Jen


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  1. What an awesome idea! Sounds like a lot of fun and the cards you made are beautiful! Hmm, wonder if I can get my niece who is a CTMH Consultant along with some of her friends to do this with me. I'm off to check out the other girls' creations!

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  2. Wow!! You put a lot together! They are all fabulous but my favorites are the bottom two!! Very pretty!

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  3. What pretty cards, Cheryl! I love how you used the supplies!
    Is that scalloped rectangle on the first one a die? I love how it frames the sentiment with the flowers!
    And the stamped poppies on the last card are lovely!

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  4. They're gorgeous!!
    I die over that paper...
    what kind...
    I think I may need some.
    Not really but...
    I want it and that's the same right?
    I love them all...
    simply perfect! :)

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  5. well look at you making so much with these supplies. and they rock, each one is so pretty. this was fun!

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  6. I can't tell which one I like best - they're all so well done! Great use of the kit.

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  7. Your first card is lovely...the flowers framing the sentiment are perfect!

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  8. So pretty! I love how you cut the flowered papers into a scalloped rectangle, and those poppies are a perfect and gorgeous match to the kit!

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  9. Oh my goodness!! Each and every one of your creations are gorgeous!! Love how you combined the scalloped rectangle with the florals! The poppies are absolutely stunning!! You totally rocked the kit!!!

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