The distance is too far to be with all of my family on Thanksgiving Day so every year I make Thanksgiving cards to send to my parents and to my brother and sister-in-law. Our tradition has been to spend Thanksgiving with my husband’s side of the family since most of them are located close by. This is the card I made to share this year. I also featured this card at Fall Flair, an event that my downline and their customers also have the option of participating in. This card received rave reviews and I am grateful to Crystal Brown for inspiring me with one of the leader’s swaps that I received back in early September. Thank you, Crystal.

Thanksgiving Card with Stampin Up! Cookie Cutter Halloween by Kay Kalthoff Stamping to Share

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