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March 16, 2020

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Karren Grayson

As soon as I read your blog I knew I also had a pad of Preserved Paper, and another paper that looks similar to the black & tan one, so I am excited to try my hand at seeing what I can do with the papers. I love your cards and look forward to seeing what you do the rest of the week.

Kathy Hering

Congrats on being this week's GIU gal! Looking forward to seeing what you share this week!

Miwa

What a lovely post!!! Your cards are beautiful and I just love your style! We have many of the same older stamps, but I have never seen the Letters for Henry set - thank you for sharing the story behind it. I look forward to seeing your creations this week!

Debbie

Your cards are amazing!

Sue Wisniewski

Terrific cards. thanks for sharing your talents.
stamping sue
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Kelly Brillhart

I like all your cards but am partial to the first one. I love vintage collage and this one is so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

Lauren

These are absolutely AMAZING ❤️❤️❤️

Joyce Casaldi

I love both sets, and #letterstohenry is awesome. Great card and congrats on GIU week.

Allison Bell

The papers...swoon! As a paper hoarder, um collector, I love how you let the papers shine in your cards. Sometimes I’m hesitant to use a paper I love because it’s going to be overshadowed by my stamp. (To be honest, I also hate to give it up because it’s so pretty!) I am going to try the simple sentiments and see if that makes it easier! Love all of your cards!

BECCA YAHRLING

I love all the mixed media look style! You do it so very well as all of your cards are just gorgeous. Looking forward to your inspirational week.

Dorothy Green

What beautiful cards! What a great focus on sentiments!

rachel duong

I love your cards and your style. I love the vintage feel of the first card and the letters for Henry cards are really cool. I am looking forward to this week of creative fun!

Debra Dekock

Congrats on being GIU this week. What a wonderful start! Love all your cards and explanations for each. A true love of art.

Linda Vigil

What a fun blog post. Love your first 2 cards featuring fab designer paper, and I love what you did with the Letters makeover card. This looks like the makings of an amazing GIU week. :)

Wilma DeGraffenreid

Awesome cards... I love all of them! I'm looking forward to your GIU week.

Elizabeth Roberts

Love both of your cards. I am partial to the first one since that is more my style. I am looking forward to seeing more posts from you this week.

Jhays

Fabulous cards! I love them all. Cant really even pick a fav. Just great cards!

Sue Moore

Your art is wonderful and inspiring. I like how you explain how you thought out each piece. Thank you for sharing your process as well as your art.

Linda Abel

The cards are beautiful. I forget to use beautiful paper and add a sentiment and a few embellishments. Thanks for sharing! I have some busy paper and now know how to use it!

Karen Adams

Awesome cards!

Toni Tee

I love your style, and look forward to what you share this week!

Beth Gaines

You are so talented! I love #lettersforhenry... can't wait to get out my stamp set. Looking forward to your week!

Kathleen Dippner

Beautiful cards! Thank you for sharing your creativity and I look forward to the rest of the week.

Linda Schaefer

Lovely cards and a style I like, but not one I am good with doing!

Glennis F

Your cards are so inspirational - I just love them

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