Thanks Cynthia for all the wonderful comments you left on my 3-D cards. And, I have no idea why I decided to make a purple mower. LOL I guess I just liked the color. And, I know I had made another card earlier which matched some purple in the pattern paper, so maybe that was why I just continued with working with purple. Oh, well! I guess they can be whatever color you want when you put them on paper. Someone suggested I should have put racing stripes on it too! LOL
Hi Cynthia~ Glad you liked my Christmas in July creation. I must admit I wasn't too keen on thinking about Christmas in the middle of summer, but truth be told I did enjoy making the card. Thanks for your nice comments, I really appreciate it.
Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my cards and for leaving me a sweet comment. I had a look through your cards and not only are they all beautiful but it looks like we pretty much have the same taste in stamps. :)
Thanks Cynthia for taking the time to stop by and leave the nice comment on my “Joy” card. I don’t have ANY Christmas stamps yet and it’s hard to make Christmas cards without them. lol…. All in good time.
Oh, Cynthia, I just love you to bits! You are so good for my ego! All those wonderful remarks you left on my Christmas in July cards really boosted my morale. Thanks so very much. I hope you have a super wonderful rest of the week too. For now, I think I have a few design patterns to work with for when I do the really big push on Christmas cardmaking. I am cutting down to about 80 or so cards this year from 100. But I already sent some off to the soldiers and if time permits, might make a few more for them. But between the garden and housework, I am pretty busy now. Thanks again!
Dear Cynthia! Thank you for commenting on my second group of cards for last week's challenge. You're right -- it was a bit scary to try another set, and it took me till the last day, the last hour, to get them finished & posted!