"Oh, Melanie, thank you for showing us all the different colors in one video. One of my very best favorite is Blue Raspberry. It sure is difficult to pick a favorite, though. Love your books and ALL your videos. I've got you on…"
"I can watch the videos but only on Gina's site am I unable to open the video to full screen. That just magically began a few months ago but I just chose to watch through youtube then. It is an option in the video window."
"Wow, if a person is wearing socks, this card would knock their socks off! I now have a lot of Spectrum Noir pens and love how you use them. I've got to purchase this stamp set. Thank you so much for teaching us Melanie.
Hi, Joyce :) How sweet to learn more about you. Which Hawai'ian island did your children's grandma live on and own a store? So interesting! I love talking with older ones for that reason - their lives are deep, rich, and have done endless things we can learn from. I am on Big Island of Hawai'i - one with volcano (far away, but not far enough). With aloha, Rosy
Hi, I stopped by your page in hopes to see your gallery but I see you don't have one. I would love to see your work as I know from experience what a great talent you have in the card making craft. Hope you can get a gallery going soon. I miss seeing your artwork. And, hope you are having a great rest of summer and that the fall season will be a good one for you too. Hugs, Verna
Joyce, I am sure the cards you make will be awesome and so appreciated. I have a few done too, but am waiting until I get some more cash so I can pay the postage to send a batch off. Meanwhile, I keep adding to the stash of cards. Have a fun, fun day and don't work too hard.
Hi Joyce. Thanks for the lovely comment. As for glue, I don't use any but instead use Scor Tape to keep my layers together. When I was a designer for a company that was the recommended adhesive to use for long term stability. I am assuming it would be the best for the OPWH cards too then. I have to get busy and make some more sets myself. Too many other things going on of late. Take care now..hugs, Verna