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Friday Finds: DIY Thank You Notes

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While I do the majority of my writing online, there is something both magical and thoughtful to writing a note via a card. After the holiday season and birthdays, I am ready to put some pen to paper but I haven't found the perfect card in store that really shows my appreciation. This week I discovered some amazing DIY finds to help me create some truly unique and meaningful cards.

1. The card from A Fabulous Fete is some beautiful in its simplicity. I really love how she used a large manilla tag, stamps, calligraphy and leftover pieces of tulle to create this gorgeous card.

2. I loved the kids inspiration from the thank you cards that are showcased on Tislstyle. Using pink paper, stamps and some cut out pieces, I love how both cute and modern this card is.

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3. Living Well and Spending Less (love that name) showcases some incredible watercolor thank you cards. I love how this one really gets the kids involved as they can create their own pictures and write a special note that the receiver will treasure.

4. Hopes and Dreams featured a fun way to make girly thank you cards. I love the simplicity of the circular thank you with the sweet pop of pink that will make them memorable after any occasion.

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