Cards I've Made in May

Alec needed a bunch of cards for ALL of his friends' birthdays (seems like everyone he knows was born between the very end of April and mid-May.  I also needed mother's day cards, teacher appreciation cards, an anniversary card, and a card for my card chain challenge exchange which means May found me hard at work making all sorts of cards.








I made 20 identical cards; the inside says "wishing you the sweetest day" and we gave a card and a mini package of Jelly Belly jelly beans to each of Alec's teachers





Linking up with:   Spread the Kindness, 




Comments

  1. They are all so good! I love the vibrant blue, "Kindness.." card and the ones you made twenty of. Such creativity!

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  2. Love all of the colors you used!

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  3. Aww! What lovely cards, you have been busy! I really like the mouse one, how cute!

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  4. Gosh, you really know how to make such fabulous cards. Have you ever said if you sell them??
    OXOX
    Jodie

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    1. I have never tried selling my cards; but I have thought about it before.

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  5. What gorgeous cards, Joanne! You should open an Etsy shop!

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  6. So very beautiful! Especially the cats!

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    1. Thank you! I bought that set just for the cats; they are so cute.

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  7. Such beautiful cards, Joanne, and I love the color palettes you used! I am very impressed that you made 20 identical cards. I agree with the comments that you could sell these, but I also understand that turning a hobby into a business is definitely not for everyone - it isn't for me! Your recipients were very lucky to get such wonderful hand-crafted cards.

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  8. These are incredibly beautiful. I love the color combinations and the composition of every one of them. Could not pick a favourite. The recipients are going to love them!

    -Soma

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  9. Joanne, your cards are eye-catching and charming. You do such lovely work.
    Visiting you today from Encouraging Hearts & Home #53&54.

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  10. These cards are absolutely amazing!

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  11. So beautiful and absolutely stunning. Years ago I used to embroider cards, but due to limited time, I have not made any recently, but think I need to take up that hobby again as I loved and still love the final products.
    I visited you via Friendship Friday Blog Hop 540
    If interested feel free to visit my entries for this week: #78+79 as I would love to invite you to come and share your posts and you will have an opportunity to get featured.
    You will find the linkup information (1) In the Top bar under Blogging: Weekly Senior Salon Pit Stop OR 2nd image In the sidebar
    We hope to meet you there virtually.

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    1. Thank you! I am intrigued with the idea of embroidered cards; I don't think I have ever seen those before.

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  12. How pretty! Have you ever thought about selling cards? By the way, I found your post at a party and wanted to let you know that I host parties too. Won't you drop by and linkup with me?

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    1. Aw, thank you! I do try to keep an eye out for your parties Dee and join when I have new content that somewhat matches your themes (I'm much to lazy to cull through old posts! LOL).

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    2. Old posts are fine if you want to promote them. I do have themed parties but the Unlimited party is for anything, no theme at all :)

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