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March 06, 2008


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Your sketches are great. I found your blog via Paper Crafters (Anomyous). Someone there had posted about your great tutorial on ribbon tying. I am a tutorial hunter! I have subscribed to your blog and look forward to updates and new sketches. Are the sketches your original ideas? You may want to consider putting your watermark on them as well. Protect your creativity!
Thank you for all you do to keep those of us in the stamping world inspired.


Thanks for this sketch - it was fun to make my version! Here's my card:


I LOVED this sketch! You can view my card here:

Thanks again for the great challenge!

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