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Thank you, Michele, for reminding me about the "thumping" technique! I have to tell you that your Gratitude cards, are some of the prettiest Fall cards I've seen! Beauti~FALL!!! ;)

I have CASEd your first card as a birthday card for my brother. Thanks for the technique! It looks great.

What GREAT cards! TFS.

I love your cards they are just gorgeous. I use the thumping technique alittle different (I put rice in a ballon tye the end}then hit the ink pad and then the CS and keep alternating and changing colors. It is alot of fun and a great project for kids. I will have to do a tutorial showing how to do that. Thanks for sharing.

Wow! You've made the thumping technique look effortless! Love it!

Thanks for the technique tip! I will give "thumping" a go sometime! Gorgeous cards, thanks for playing at Just Add Ink! xx Amanda

Beautiful cards!

Great idea for "thumping" on the EF! Looks so cool!

What pretty cards! I love each and every one. Thanks so much for playing along with us at PPA!

Beautiful cards, I will have to give them a try...

Hugs Rhonda

Beautiful cards! Thanks for the information about "thumping". I will have to give it a try! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

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