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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 28/100 - you're awesome [cerealsly]

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 28/100 - you're awesome [cerealsly]
if there's one thing that i love nearly as much as crafting, it's cereal. my faves are cinnamon toast crunch and reese's peanut butter puffs, but i won't pass up some honey nut cheerios. with or without milk - so easy and delicious. this may seem a little random, but i promise it's related to today's handmade card. 

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 27/100 - hey [bananas]

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 27/100 - hey [bananas]
day 27 is a one of a kind card and i decided to do a couple things differently. i'm using a panel that was originally from one of my project life kits as the background. i just adore the banana pattern! i stacked some die-cuts and used fun foam - a technique i don't do nearly often enough!

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 24/100 - happy happy birthday

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 24/100 - happy happy birthday

i don't know about you, but i'm a lover of succulents! they're just so freaking adorable and the different styles and varieties available? amazing. 

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 22/100 - you're amazing

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 22/100 - you're amazing
this handmade card could be sent or given for any number of reasons and that's why i love it. i'm all about encouraging cards and day-makers as i like to call them. what's your favorite reason to send cards? i'd love to know!

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 18/100 - you're the sweetest

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#the100dayproject : 2022 : 18/100 - you're the sweetest
i added the smiling, happy pineapple to the bottom right corner of the panel, using pop dots to raise him up a little for added dimension. i used black ink to stamp the sentiment "you're the sweetest" near the top left of the panel. then, the entire panel was adhered to a red-orange card base, coordinating with the color of the pineapple's maracas. 

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