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December 28, 2011 Thank You Cards;0)

Good afternoon my bloggy friends!

We (my family) went to Archiver's yesterday after we dropped my mom off at the airport.:( I needed some "inspiration"....I usually find something to work with there.:0) My son found the Sew Ribbon by WR Memory Keepers.....and that was it; we found our inspiration. I saw this set demonstrated on the shopping network a few months back (QVC, I think) and it looked pretty cool. I think it is easy to use and adds such pretty detail.;0) I added pictures of what I (we/my son helped) used to create the card.
 The Sew Ribbon "does not" come with ribbon. The ribbon has to be purchased seperately. I am pretty sure on the shopping network there was some type of bundle where you received different ribbon styles and ribbon.


Thanks for stopping by and have a great night;0)

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Have a great day!;0)

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I found some super cute stamps at http://www.allthatscraps.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&zenid=2ad66e87992de7cb5fce999385712ca4&keyword=lucy
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