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February 05, 2009



Like Mary, I'd like to know how you did "the family" figures - a very innovative card. I wish the editors at Paper crafts magazine would see how much talent is on the internet. Their cards are dated, the magazine increasingly more disspointing; I've learned more from the internet blogging community than from magazines or even classes. Keep the creativity flowing!


My kids loved the book Goodnight Moon.

Love the card!

Juanita in Ohio

P.S. Are the people something you created from scratch, or is it something I can buy?? TFS.


cute card creation! :)

Juanita in Ohio

Oh, what a sweet and precious story, I LOVE it and the card!!! TFS.


You won't be disappointed with the Roald Dahl books. We couldn't read them fast enough!!


Ellen, this is another example of your unlimited creativity. What a wonderful, meaningful card for Katrina. What I would give to have a card like this made by my mother. She died in 1983 and every letter and Hallmark card I saved is a treasure.

Hugs, -mary S.

PS: I don't believe women can have too much sentimentality for the people they love - especially mothers when their children are involved.

Sharon Harnist

What a great layout and wonderful use for the moon stamp, Ellen -- I love this! Wonderful papers, too -- I love your paper doll family! There we go thinking alike again -- I just pulled out the RB Journaling Boxes for my next project!


very cute

Kathy V.

Sweet card, and the mutterings make you so real. Without them, I'd be very intimidated by your limitless talent. And hope you're feeling better!

Carol Cabezas

What a sweet idea; and no is never too late... love how you handwritten your message; adds another special touch!


Such a wonderful idea!
Love the card, and the sentiment and mutterings about are wonderful!!!

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