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Forever Thankful...

Hi People,

My second post of the year and I'm pretty happy and glad to have used my first stamp in the card I made this time. yayy... I bought a stamp set and have user 'forever' sentiments along with the hand-written word Thankful to express gratitude to all my Crafty friends who have helped me in everyway through this crafty journey of mine.. :)

So this Card is for all of you.. expressing my love and thanks :)

Another angle of the card.



I have used a new stamp here and which probably makes me eligible for the CASology challenge of something new :)
and the sentiment 'thankful' is handwritten :) I'm loving my own calligraphy ...

Entering for the following challenges.

1) http://casology.blogspot.in/2013/01/week-25-new.html
2) http://cas-ualfridays.blogspot.de/2013/01/cfc84.html
3) http://ablognamedhero.blogspot.in/2013/01/challenge-17-new-year-new-you.html


PS: If these posts inspire you to bring out the creative best in you, that would be the bestest thing that will happened to you, and I'll be flattered. But, kindly do respect the hard work and thoughts that goes into these works and please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks!!!


Love !!!
Manu

Comments

  1. Manu your handwriting is so good...you dont need stamps!!

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  2. Clever - I love your calligraphy! Think of the freedom you have to write whatever you want! Very pretty card in these rich colours. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week, Manu!

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  3. Gorgeous handwriting no I love that rosette! Thanks for playing along with CAsology this week!

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  4. Your script is so pretty, lovely card. Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at CASology!

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  5. Beautiful, absolutely beautiful! Thanks for playing along at CASology!

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  6. Manu, you have nice handwriting! lovely rosette too.

    xo, Kristina
    Visiting from ABNH Challenge
    Hope you'll visit me too <3
    www.pearlgateway.com

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  7. Beautiful rosette and handwriting! So glad you could play along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  8. I love the forever in front of the thankful. Beautiful. Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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