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At 1:08pm on September 18, 2017, Gerry Morse said…

Aww Judy, thank you for your sweet comment on my Swirly Scribbles card. You're right, the swirls could be used for barbed wire. I never would have thought of that.

At 5:43pm on September 17, 2017, Gayle Chrvala said…

Hey Judy, thanks so much for commenting on my Baby Girl Twine challenge card.  You are so sweet to leave such nice comments of support.  I appreciate it.  

At 1:36pm on September 16, 2017, Gerry Morse said…

Hi Judy, thank you for your comment on my Twine and Sunflowers card. I too love sunflowers. Have a great weekend.

At 12:07pm on September 16, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

Hi Judy: Thanks for the lovely and kind comments on my Owls and on my wintery  card too. I had fun doing the owls and got that idea from a card I saw a couple of years ago where a very fat bird was sinking on the wire between two trees. It gave me a chuckle and I thought why not try something similar. The wintery scene was fun to try too. Harder to do without markers but I got a decent result nonetheless. I deliberately followed along the video tutorial because I needed to see how it was done, now I can play with other stamps and see what happens.

At 12:01pm on September 15, 2017, Johanna Rundell said…

Thanks so much Judy - It was a time consuming one to make and honestly for someone who has no patience probably not the smartest one I could have chosen to do. Nice results though.

At 9:45pm on September 13, 2017, Gerry Morse said…

Thank you Judy. I thought about adding some fun flock to the slippers but I didn't have any yellow

At 6:02pm on September 13, 2017, Jan Brazier said…

Judy, I am so happy that I could inspire you to use your buttons :-) I think it is the first time I have used the Pretty Patterns 2 set and I have had it for over 2 years now LOL. Thank you for the tips on the no line colouring - I may give it another try soon. Hugs!

At 5:07pm on September 13, 2017, lovinpaper said…

Thanks for the lovely comments!  I have enjoyed using stamps that are either new or new to me recently.  I have had the Thoughtful Trees set for a year and didn't use it till recently.  I used it once, but there is so much waiting to be created with that set.  The Oh so Succulent was gifted to me and I am barely scratching the surface with it.  Sometimes it is fun to pull out new items and just play.  Have a wonderful evening!

At 6:10pm on September 10, 2017, Gayle Chrvala said…

Hi Judy, thanks so much for the the words of support on my Masculine Elements challenge card.  It is an older stamp set; I just wish I would have dated all of my purchases.  Thanks again for your kindness.

At 1:43pm on September 10, 2017, Gerry Morse said…

Hi Judy, so glad you like my Green Jacks card. Have a good week


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