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November 28, 2007


chriss blagrave

So adorable. You have sold me on the Nestabilities. I will be purchasing today. YAY!
Thanks for all of your informative details.


This is so cool! Another wonderful idea! Thanks for more explanations of the fantabulous Nestabilities. Looking forward to the sale!!!! (I'm yawning, already! :-)

Debbie Olson

Cool beans, Ellen! I hadn't thought of this--great job!


This is awesome. I'm so glad you showed how it was made.

Stacy White

This card is adorable. I love the look of the outside. I guess I am going to have to buy the circle nestabilities now. That's too bad. You are such an enabler Ellen. LOL TFS

Viv (VivLyn)

Gorgeous card, Ellen! I can see my list getting longer and longer! You enabler you! I love it so keep up the good work!

Molly B

That is great. I love it. Cant wiat till xmas for my scollop dies. Im off to case this as best possible till then. Thanks

Rose Ann

This is so pretty! I love it! Thanks for the tute!!


YES! Love the dew drop in the middle. I would do a hanging tag, maybe with her initial on it?? Papertrey anyone?? BTW, I am glad I came here and saw you do the charm for the wine glass, becasue i was going to submit that same idea to papertrey for the Guest star stamper. THAT would have been embarrasing!

Jennifer Taylor / JenMarie

Sooooo adorable! Lovely!


Jaw dropping!!! You are amazing; thanks for the marvelous to gain the courage to try it! LOL


Your "spontaneous creation" is just too stinkin' cute! Your talent is amazing. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Will the stamp of the month for December be available during your sale?


Very soft and pretty!

Sharon Harnist

OMGoodness . . . this is absolutely adorable, Ellen -- LOVE your petal card!!

Jacque (SCS: Petals)

Holy stinkin' cute! I just love this idea--TFS!


This is way cute. Such an easy to understand tutorial, too. You're something special. Keep it up!


Very cute card and yet another way to use the nestabilities... thanks for sharing!

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