Gina- I was in Milwaukee visiting family over the 4th of July week and popped into your Village Paper store. How amazingly beautiful a store you have. It was my first opportunity to see the card samples I have watched you create on StampTV. The videos don't do the projects justice - they were all so lovely! I purchased the Sentimental Summer Boxed set with paper & dies. Your luxury paper is so smooth and I like how heavenly it feels too. I hope to begin to add your stamp pads too. Your products are wonderful and you have gained not only a forever fan but a loyal customer! Cheers and thanks for your inspiration.
I want to get a foil machine and you mentioned the Royal Sovereign. Do you have a model # for that? I found several online and CS923 seemed to be the most advertised. Please let me know the model you are using. Thanks in advance for your answer.
Gina, thank you so very much for your fun site. I came here and watched videos to learn new techniques before I joined. I've been a member for a long time and love all the fun ideas, stamps and people. Thank you for all the effort you put in. This is a great place and is much appreciated. The Yearly Challenge was difficult, but fun. Thank you for another opportunity to win some of your amazing product. There aren't too many places that offer prizes for participating in challenges, so this is extra special. Thanks for sharing your love of playing with paper with us!
Hi Gina , I live in Queens so glad your daughter is in a great school in Manhattan. If she wants so great places to eat tell to head off to Astoria Queens. I am right over the bridge. My daughter is in Boston she went back too empty nest .
Even though I'm 500 miles south of you, we too have snow here. The day started with ice fog, and was followed by snow. The streets and driveways stayed clear, and what snow there is will be gone in two or three days.
I do remember the heavy lake-effect snows in Fox Lake, Illinois (just a few miles south of the Wisconsin state line.) As a kid, I could walk up the build-up and reach the roof of the house. The only vehicle that could get through was the milk delivery truck with those big tires. He would deliver milk and eggs to each house while also transporting any school kids to the bus stop at the highway. Ah, ancient memories!