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Thank you cards

In the past days I have made lot of Thank you cards. I began thinking about new design elements for my blog and for my future Etsy shop. I love my cute button and my header as well as the fonts I use and I don't want a big change, but a little rewamp would make it more friendly. After my previous printables {see my blog planners here} I have received so lovely comments, so I wondered it would be great to share these new graphic designs. 

Please feel free to print and use them! They can be a nice suprise for someone around you or it can be a card for your costumer. {This time I haven't made a pdf file, so you can download them just with clicking to the picture.}

I picked on some samples in pastel colors. 


Currently I am in love with blue, especially with its light shades. I think blue and pink together are just the perfect  match. These followings are six variations on the blue/pink theme.






I think with a simple text or decoration also red can be modest.




I hope you liked my cards!






Comments

  1. I love these cards and I have set a goal to send out a thank you card every week to someone who means a lot to me so this is perfect timing. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.

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  2. These are great! Thanks for sharing them!!

    I've got to pin the second one!!

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  3. These are wonderful! I am new to your site and I love it. I wish there was a way to follow via email. Please contact me if you ever offer it!

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  4. I am inviting you to my blog hop:
    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/06/show-your-stuff-30-redid-no-fail.html

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  5. Your cards are beautiful, Hanni.
    It's so kind of you to share :)
    Have a lovely Sunday!

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  6. Just wanted to stop by and say hello. I may not comment but I enjoy your posts. Stay Cool!

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  9. Love these =) Thanks for sharing! Pinning too!

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  10. Love the cards, especially the last one! It suits my personality the best. I have pinned it on one of my Pinterest boards, too.

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  11. Love the simplicity of them. Would you mind if I used some of them as e-cards? My e-cards are free to everyone to use... Have a good day!

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  12. All gorgeous designs! I love the turquoise and pale pale pink ones - they are so sweet and pretty.

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  13. Thank you for participating in Show Your Stuff Blog Hop, You are invited to come back:
    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/07/show-your-stuff-31.html

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