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Marcia Chew
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At 3:12pm on July 28, 2013, Donna Phelan said…

You have a wonderful Gallery filled with beautiful cards!  PRETTY!

At 8:13am on September 22, 2012, tammie lien said…

Marcia,Thanks for the nice comment and yes she loved it..

At 12:56pm on September 17, 2012, Rosy Newlun said…

Hi, Marcia - your cards are FABULOUS!!! They ROCK! and thank you for your kind comments on my cards. I appreciate it very much <3 rosy

At 5:25pm on September 16, 2012, Lindsay Ettlinger said…

Marcia thanks so much for your nice comments on my Cheaters Bow card.

At 11:19am on September 16, 2012, Judy Covey said…

Thanks Marcia for taking the time to comment on my winter scene card, I appreciate it.

At 6:10pm on August 16, 2012, Doris W. said…

Thanks Marcia for your kind words on my cards.  The Asian wedding guest book sounds like it will be really nice.

At 8:12pm on July 11, 2012, Pattie Jones said…

Wow! Marcia, when looking here at you gallery, I missed many before, you certainly lave some gorgeous cards. Love those diamond shape cards, Love your distressed dragonfly too.   keep up the good work,

At 8:08pm on July 11, 2012, Pattie Jones said…

thank you Marcia, for your lovely comments on my cards, spring, Dakoda, and Going Green

I really appreciate that.

At 6:41am on July 11, 2012, Donna Phelan said…

Well Marcia 1 down 49 more to go, better get cracking!  And I must say (again) how much I love the heart tuxedos, I will probably (or rather hopefully) CASE that at some point!  They are really stunning!  Happy Stamping!

At 3:35pm on May 24, 2012, Susan Sieracki said…

Oh, sorry, forgot to mention the giraffe. The background is actually crumpled wax paper, ironed onto card stock and then inked with direct to paper. Gina did a revamp video a couple of weeks ago with their new Wild set and it was fabulous. Here is the link: Wild About Wax Paper


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