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January 17, 2007



I agree with you about these colors having a calming effect when used together. Erika, your card is lovely. I like what you have done with the flowers and the 2 hearts. They look like glass. So pretty and they certainly give your card that 3-D look. :) Love the celery green and white polka dotted ribbon. I have some of that and use it when ever I can. Your little tag gives your card that special finishing touch. Awesome card as usual. :)


jean wilson

Thanks for the card...I have the word punch and now I have ideas, thanks to you!


Hi Erika,

Very nice card! When you say you "swiped the edges with the inkpad", can you describe that a bit more for me?

When I attempt to do this, either just the very edge picks up colour or I end up with hatch marks on the border of my cardstock from the inkpad - it never looks like yours!




I love this color combo...I will have to try it later today!


Love your Love It card! simple and pretty


I am laughing about you saying you 'lost' your pop dots! I really hate when things just disappear! It is so-o frustrating and can sap your creativity, but only if you let it


Dear Erika:

I took up your challenge...please have a look here at my take on the colors: http://stampinwhenican.blogspot.com/2007/01/red-rose-always-apricot-and-certainly.html

TFL! Allison


You only lost ONE THING? I am so jealous. ok..I will finally admit here that I always lose at least 2 things that I was just working on 2 minutes ago. Does that tell you what my creative table looks like?
Erika, this card is really awesome!!! I love the colors and your idea of mixing the glitter and embossing powder. Thanks for another inspiring day! Love, Janet in NC


Very beautiful! I love this. :)

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