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01 March 2011


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Beth Rigden

What pretty little cards! Thanks for the video too. I bought some smooch spritz but have been afraid to use it! I saw the box thing you were supposed to buy to protect the area, etc and it kind of scared me off! I will be brave now, I do remember your first post about the smooch spritz, so I know not to spray it at myself!

Ann Schach

Fabulous! You are inspiring me to try my hand at 3 x 3 cards!


Oh Jaydee, you enabler you! I've looked at those rosettes so many times and kept talking myself out of them--I saw enough satin rosettes at my wedding, too 1980's and such. But now, thank you so very much they will be on my next order along with the dotted scallop ribbon punch. You're almost as bad as my "dealer"!
Hope you are staying warm and cozy. You're right Rach, spring has got to be coming soon (I hope)
Warm thoughts and prayers to all those in need. And Happy Hump Day to One & All.


This is a sweet card. :o) I purchased the rosettes and loved them, but had no earthly idea how in the world I was going to color them. And, wouldn't you know it, you provided me with the answer. :o) Thank you SO much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to help us out!

I hope everyone is well and that spring is on its way to wherever you may be.



That is so pretty. I don't have that stamps set (yet) you are making me want it, but I have so many. Imagine that ... Thanks for sharing with us and the video really helps understand. Have a great day.

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