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Johanna Rundell
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Johanna Rundell Dec 15, 2016. 7 Replies

Okay everyone - I need help. I am unable to comment on a lot of the designers blog hops today and have no idea why or what to do. It is driving me mad because I'm not that great with the technology…Continue


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At 8:24pm on June 10, 2018, Verna Angerhofer said…

Thanks for the comment on my Fathers Day card. The iPad takes longer for me though to upload. But I guess in a pinch I could do it.

At 3:24pm on June 9, 2018, Rebecca said…

Evening Johanna, would like to say a big thank you for your very kind comments on both cards I have submitted, have had fun in making them both, well the fussy cutting, poor hubby was coming back and forth making sure I had not cut off a finger or two lol, I am not the most safest of people when it comes to cutting etc.  Really nice to be back and have the support of all my crafty friends, have missed you all :)

At 10:34am on June 8, 2018, Verna Angerhofer said…

Thanks for the lovely comment on my card using gray. That was fun. You have a good weekend now too.

At 9:28pm on June 6, 2018, Judy Inukai said…

Thanks my friend for your lovely comment on my challenge card. I had fun making it. I was really pleased with the way it turned out. I'm glad you liked it.

At 6:45pm on June 6, 2018, Gayle Chrvala said…

I really enjoyed making the nail polish backgrounds.  I did learn to do it outside though because it is a pretty strong odor for the indoors.  I have two high school graduate friends but once I got started kept on making them...I'll give the other to my grandchildren for completing kindergarten and 1st grade...they will love it...Hugs to you.  

At 9:16pm on June 5, 2018, Gayle Chrvala said…

Johanna, I didn't get into the gallery today but it must be true that great minds think alike...Lol..Pink and Gray is a wonderful combination.  thanks for your comments and off to check out your cards.  Hugs to you!!

At 1:49pm on May 31, 2018, Judy Inukai said…

Thank you my friend for your delightful comment on my tie-dye card. It was a lot off work because I did it at least four times before I was happy with it. Part of the problem my small finger tip sponges are getting really ratty and didn't give a nice coverage. Since I wanted narrow bands, I was afraid the Tim Holtz blending tool would be too wide.

At 8:30am on May 30, 2018, Sylvia Rivera said…

Johanna, thanks for commenting on my rainbow card. I'm trying very hard to keep up with my card making since that keeps me going. There are still days when I have a terrible time getting to sit and create. As I write this I'm looking at the slideshow of your cards, you have posted some beauties. Hugs & Blessings.

At 5:26pm on May 26, 2018, Jan Brazier said…

Hi Johanna! I really appreciate your comments on my cards - been so busy lately, haven't had a chance to thank you. I got your email and will reply very soon. Hope everything went well ?? Hugs to you, my sweet friend!

At 5:04pm on May 26, 2018, Gayle Chrvala said…

Johanna, I know what you mean about crossed eyes with my optical illusion rainbow card.  I tried so many times to create that background.  I did like the dimensional look and thanks for confirming that a simple stamped image was the way to go.  Making the background was such an ordeal I almost forgot about adding a GKD image...Lol....have a great weekend.  


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