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March 20, 2007



how cute is this card?? I love it!

Lauren Salzberg

I love your work, and particularly your use of color! I don't know how you find the time to be such a prolific blogger, but I want to be like you when I grow up! Thanks for the inspiration!


Great card! May I see your circle template? I'm curious and honestly...would like to do a card like that! :0)

Michelle Roberts

Your cards are so beautiful and such inspiration. After yesterdays card I tried to make row of circles but how do you ever get them straight? Is there a trick? Would love to teach my stampers this trick because it works so well with so many of our stamp sets. I thought you mentioned a link to tips yesterday but could not locate them. Thanks for any help you can give. Your blog is awesome!!!


Nicole Seitler

I love what you are doing with the Doodle Alphabet. Each greeting looks like a real stamp of it's own. I've never seen such great alphabet stamping. :)


Chris, that is sooo cute!

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