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August 08, 2007


Charlene Weaver

Gina's new "Make A Wish" set is fantastic; I am going to have to buy one soon. The designers have made some wonderful examples showing the versatility of this set. What a wonderful cause to support; Gina is an angel (as are the Design team) for volunteering for such important work. Way to go everyone!


I absolutely love this set. It is so versatile you can make so many different cards for different occasions with it which is wonderful! Gina K is so amazing for coming out with these great stamp sets for these wonderful causes!

Vicki Morris

I think it's a wonderful set and for such a great cause. It's wonderful of her to design these sets for charity and the wonderful work the design gals do. Amazing.


What a very worthy organization to support. My son was a recipient of Make-A-Wish but he died before his wish was every granted.


Awww, Tammy, that is so sad; my husband's cousin's son was a recipient of a wish that was fulfilled shortly before he passed away. It's so sad that there is a need for a special organization like this, but thank God it is available for those in need! I'm happy to be able to be a small part of it (again) by purchasing this wonderful set! It just came in the mail yeterday and I can't wait to get some cards done with it! Thanks to Gina and all you wonderful designers for sharing!

Cheryl Weaver

Hi Erika,
I am fairly new to stamping and card making, about 1 year. I love your work. It is very creative. I just became a Close to my Heart consultant, but still use Stamp'in Up stuff and others. I just have a terrrrrrible time with rubber stamps because I can not see where I am putting them. I just bought the metalic pencils from SU and love their affect on the paper!!! I have gone to Gina K's site and am over awed at all the work you gals do! I still work full time outside of the house, so my time for card making and scrapbooking is limited. I love the scalloped frames. I have kept my rubber stamps and just use them very carefully. I am just a mess. I guess 63 is a little late to get into all this, but I love it.

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