Totally swoon-worthy! Love them!
LOVE these Joan!! :)
love, love, love!!!! What a brilliant take on the inspiration!!!!
OMG, Joan, these are so pretty. I love the big bright fruits.
Adorable! Love these! And I love your translation because I do not like those plates at all.
Carrie is me! (Michele aka Derbylea) my daughter had not signed out her account.
Joan these are fabulous! I love how graphic and bright these are!
These are fabulous. How cool to be inspired by those plates. I love your cards, and now want the plates, too. P.S. I just made some envelopes inspired by your previous post. Am typing up your shout out and wanted to say thanks for the inspiration, too.
These are so graphic and fab! I'm exactly the same - nothing scares me more than a blank page in front of me. I love where you've taken these fruits and vegetables! The 'off the edge' feel makes them modern and fun!
I love them, but don't know how you made them. Clipart? Freehand drawing? Stamps? I want some! I guess I will order the plates while waiting for an answer. :)
I'm sorry, I thought I was clear. I used the Silhouette/Cameo to cut out the images. You can find more info on the machine here. http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/
Thank you. I see a new toy in my future.
These are FANTASTIC!!
Love them. So bright and cheery. What a great idea. I'll have to see if my old Cricut has any large fruit.
Joan, they look wonderful!
Bold and graphic perfection! I totally understand that you want to give this pretty gift to yourself, ha!
OMG!!! These are so delightful. It's very refreshing to see note cards that are bright and cheerful. Have you thought about making lots of these gifts and selling them???Mary
HOW CUTE ARE THESE?!! Cute, cute, cute (and I don't use the word cute usually!!)
I do like the images falling off the edges. These are so cute, Joan! Very bright and cheerful. Perfect for any number of occasions. You're inspired/I'm inspired!
So cool! I love this look, Joan!
Love where the inspiration took you, so fresh and fun.
I love the look of bold graphics falling off the page, but I never, ever think to do it. I'm very tied to centered symmetry, and I really need to break out of that rut!
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