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Susan R. Opel

You know what’s fun to me about Halloween? I love the opportunity to dress up like somebody else while giving it my own twist.

Take last year for example. I dressed as Hester Prynne, the protagonist of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter (forgive me – former English teacher here!).

Instead of dressing like a full-fledged Puritan woman, I incorporated my chenille cheer letter from elementary school (the scarlet letter) and wore pearls to represent Hester’s daughter Pearl.

Halloween 2008 – dressed as Hester Prynne

Every issue of Paper Crafts magazine gives you the opportunity to dress up your cards with your own unique twist. Have you ever browsed through a Paper Crafts magazine or special issue and created a card or project inspired by one of the designs you saw in the publication? Maybe you took the design of a birthday card and made it into a Valentine, or maybe you switched up the colors to take a Mother’s Day card to a Father’s Day card. We want to hear your story and see your creation!

Here’s what I’m talking about. I love this project by Cari Fennell in our September/October 2009 issue on page 42.

Chic Halloween Card

Cari Fennell’s Chic Halloween Card

The design is timeless and can be recreated in a variety of ways. I decided to turn it into a Thanksgiving card that I can send to my parents. Mine isn’t quite as pretty as Cari’s, but you can see the correlation (I hope!).

Susan R. Opel’s Give Thanks Card

So I introduce to you Inspired By!

Thumb through the pages of a Paper Crafts publication (magazine or special issue) and create a project inspired by one that you see. Submit an image of your Inspired By project HERE, tell us where we can find the original in our magazine, and you just might have your card featured in the Paper Crafts Connection section of one of our issues. Why not give it a shot?

To celebrate this week of Halloween festivity, I have a prize package of spooky projects from Melissa Phillips and Mary Bieber that were featured in our September/October 2009 issue for one lucky commenter.

You could win all of these projects by leaving a comment!

Leave a comment and tell me about a project that you’ve seen in the pages of a Paper Crafts magazine that you are inspired to recreate with your own twist! All comments must be received by midnight (MDT) on Wednesday, Oct. 28th.

Get Inspired by Paper Crafts magazine!
Susan

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P. Kelly Smith

P. Kelly Smith

Welcome to Freebie Friday! As you probably already know, we take holidays very seriously around here. Maybe it’s because we put so much thought into covering them in our regular and special issues (usually six months ahead of time!), that when the real holiday comes around, we feel like we have to acknowledge it a big way – just so the circle is complete.

Here at the office we’re finalizing the details for our team Halloween costume. And while I can’t reveal what the actual theme is (there’s a lot of Creating Keepsakes spies around here!), I can tell you it’s absolutely perfect for our team of eight women and one man. (I know some of you think you know, but it’s not what you think!) Let’s just say when next Friday rolls around, we’re going to give the CK team a run for their money in our company’s annual Halloween costume contest. We’ll show you pictures the following Monday!

For all of you moms and grandmas out there who plan on making your child/grandchild’s costume, I tip my hat to you. My own grandma is an amazing seamstress and made so many of my costumes growing up. Sadly that sewing gene was not passed down to me – even despite her best attempts to teach me. I wonder what happened to that little sewing machine she bought me?

Back to the kiddie costumes… I was leafing through our September/October issue and came across Davinie Fiero’s Boo Crew Halloween Decor on p. 32. Is that not the cutest picture/project you’ve ever seen? And it’s 5 steps or less! Make sure you click on Davinie’s blog to read the cute story behind the photo and to see the layout she created using a similar image.

Davinie Fieros Boo Crew Halloween Decor from our Sept/Oct. issue.

Davinie Fiero's Boo Crew Halloween Decor from our Sept/Oct issue.

Recently I came across this team picture from last year’s Halloween festivities. I’m thinking about recreating Davinie’s fun project and instead of the cute kiddos, it will be the groovy PC chicks! What do you think?

Beware...dangerous hippies up ahead!

Beware...dangerous hippies up ahead!

So while I won’t be sewing my costume this year (or any year to come!), I can definitely have fun paper crafting my priceless memories. For today’s giveaway, I have three sets of the Craft Fair collection from American Crafts. For all you crafty sewers out there, this collection is right up your alley! And even if you don’t sew, it’s still some cool product to play with! To be entered to win, leave a comment telling me a talent you possess. Whether you’re a butcher, baker or candlestick maker, I want to hear all about it! All comments must be received by midnight (MDT) on Sunday, Oct. 25.

Happy Friday!
Kelly

P.S. If you plan on making some fun Halloween projects this weekend, why not enter them in our October Gallery Challenge? We have almost 400 entries so far! The deadline is midnight (MDT) on Monday, Oct. 26, so don’t delay!

P.P.S. It’s time to announce the winner of Kim Kesti’s The Christmas Rush post!

1. Heidi Stock (Oct. 21, 2:48 p.m.)

Congrats, Heidi! You’ve won all of Kim’s cards featured in this post! I’ll be contacting you shortly to get your mailing address. Thanks to all who left comments!

P. Kelly Smith

P. Kelly Smith

Welcome to Magazine Monday! I hope everyone had fun celebrating World Card Making Day on Saturday. Whether you made one card or 20, hopefully the creativity gods were with you. And if you didn’t see our special post on Saturday, you have until midnight (MDT) tonight to leave a comment and be eligible to win our giant jackpot of a prize! The grand prize winner will be announced tomorrow, so make sure you check back with us!

If you did make some cards on Saturday, it’s not too late to send them in to our World Card Making Day Card Contest. We’ll pick 20 lucky winners to receive a prize package valued at $185 and be published in our Mach/April 2010 issue! All entries must be postmarked by Monday, Oct. 12. For more information, including full rules and where to submit entries, see p. 47 in our September/October 2009 issue or click HERE.

Since it’s the first Monday in October, it’s time to announce our next gallery challenge theme! But first, let’s pay tribute to our three September Gallery Challenge winners! These creative gals not only aced our clean & graphic-themed challenge, but they also reminded us that gorgeous cards can be made with limited product and just a few steps. Way to go, ladies!

Winner #1 – Kelly Marie Alvarez:

We loved Kelly Maries festive Joy Card.

We loved Kelly Marie's festive Joy Card.

Winner #2 – Tami Mayberry:

Tami Mayberrys Love You to the Core Card is apple-solute perfection.

Tami Mayberry's Love You to the Core Card is "apple-solute" perfection.

Winner #3 – Winter Sims:

And Winter Sims Absolutely Fabulous Card is well, you know...

And Winter Sims' Absolutely Fabulous Card is well, you know...

Congratulations, ladies! Each of you has won either a one-year subscription or the special issue of your choice. I’ll be contacting you shortly to discuss your prizes. If you’re interested in seeing all of the clean & graphic projects from the September challenge, please visit our gallery here.

Wanna join the fun and participate in our next challenge? We just launched our spooktacular October Gallery Challenge! We want to see your best Halloween cards, bags, tags and treat containers! This three-week challenge will run through midnight (MDT) on Monday, Oct. 26. Click HERE to learn more about this frighteningly fun challenge!

Happy Monday!
Kelly

P.S. It’s time to announce the two winners from Brandy’s Gallery Goodness post and the two winners from my Editor Ask Around post!

Brandy’s winners:

1. Gwen Y. (Oct. 2, 1:09 p.m.)
2. Sara P. (Oct. 3, 7:22 a.m.)

My winners:

1. Beverly S (Oct. 2, 7:40 a.m.)
2. April Z (Oct. 2, 10:54 a.m.)

Congrats, winners! I’ll be contacting you shortly to discuss your prizes and get your mailing addresses. Thanks to all who left comments!

P. Kelly Smith

P. Kelly Smith

Today is the big day! Isn’t it a nice feeling knowing that people from all around the world are creating cards at this very exact same moment? If you find yourself needing some inspiration, why not check out our official World Card Making Day blog tour? We have over 300 passionate supporters whose blogs are just bursting with World Card Making Day cheer!

And while you’re blog hopping, make sure you stop by one (or all!) of our top 25 featured blogs. Each designer is giving out a 25% off coupon code that’s good for ANYTHING in our online store! Click HERE to see the 25 designers, then go visit their blogs and finally, go shopping HERE! The coupon expires at midnight (MST) on Oct. 12, so don’t delay!

The Paper Crafts team made these cards on World Card Making Day, 2008.

The Paper Crafts team made these cards on World Card Making Day, 2008.

And since you’re all making cards today (nod yes), why not enter them in our World Card Making Day Card Contest? We’ll award 20 winners a prize package containing the latest card making products from some of the hottest manufacturers. The retail value of each prize package totals over $185! Winners will also have the opportunity to be published in the March/April 2010 issue of Paper Crafts magazine. How’s that for a sweet deal? Please submit a card(s) under the following categories:

  • Birthday
  • Christmas/Season’s Greetings
  • Hello/Thinking of You
  • Love
  • Thank You

All entries must be postmarked by Monday, Oct. 12. For more information, including full rules and where to submit entries, see p. 47 in our September/October 2009 issue or click HERE.

Since it is World Card Making Day and I mentioned there would be one giant jackpot of a prize, let’s get on with it! I just happen to have an extra set of prizes from our World Card Making Day Card Contest. What’s a girl to do? How about I offer it up as a prize for one very lucky person?! Leave a comment telling me how you’re celebrating World Card Making Day. Whether you’re celebrating in a big way with lots of friends or just you in your craft room, I want to hear all about it! All comments must be received by midnight (MST) on Monday, Oct. 5. The big winner will be announced on Tuesday!

This WHOLE prize package could be yours!

This WHOLE prize package could be yours!

Happy World Card Making Day!
Kelly

P.S. Jennifer is unveiling her newly designed and organized craft room today! Click HERE to see the finished result!

P.P.S. It’s time to announce the two winners from Susan’s Let’s Celebrate post and the two winners from Kim Hughes’ It’s Time to K.I.S.S. post!

Susan’s winners:

1. Laura (Sept. 29, 10:56 a.m.)
2. Angel S (Sept. 29, 4:18 p.m.)

Kim’s winners:

1. Lee Anne (Sept. 30, 1:19 p.m.)
2. sweetpapertreats (Sept. 30, 6:02 a.m.)

Congrats, winners! I’ll be contacting you on Monday to discuss your prizes and get your mailing addresses. Thanks to all who left comments!

Kim Hughes

Kim Hughes

I’m so happy that you’ve joined me for the third and final installment of my “Back to School” blog series. As I continue to share with you ideas on how to use each Paper Crafts magazine, I’d like to touch base on style. I think we all have one, but some are not as easy to recognize as others, as many cross over.

There’s graphic, shabby chic (or vintage), fun and cute and so many more. You might find that you are drawn to the same style that you, yourself create. I think most of us can appreciate a beautiful card in any style.

I pulled out my September/October 2009 issue to find some “style” samples that caught my eye.

Heres Teris clean and graphic Happy Haunting Card.

Here's Teri Anderson's clean and graphic Happy Haunting Card.

I think the pumpkin card created by Teri Anderson is absolutely adorable. It’s clean, graphic and oh SO cute! But let’s see how this card would look if it were made with a shabby chic style in mind, which mostly consists of patterns, distressing, some playful buttons and jute or twine.

And heres my shabby chic Welcome Home card.

And here's my shabby chic Welcome Home card.

I kept Teri’s outstanding color combination and design, but instead of solid cardstock, I replaced those papers with patterned papers. I stamped a pattern onto the base kraft cardstock. You can alter solid papers with stamps, rub-ons or doodles to create your own patterned papers. Make sure that there is a white core if you choose to sand the edges. I changed the topic completely and went with a “welcome home” theme (the possibilities are endless). I find that small, subtle patterns typically work best.

Now let’s change it around and see what a shabby chic card looks like in a graphic style.

Heres Beatriz Jennings shabby chic Happy Halloween Card.

Here's Beatriz Jennings' shabby chic Happy Halloween Card.

“Happy Halloween” created by Beatriz Jennings nailed the shabby chic look. Going graphic means solid, clean lines. Usually some bold black and minimal, simplistic embellishments.

Like Teri’s card, I kept the same design and color combination as Beatriz did on her sweet card. I pulled out my cardstock colors and got to work. (I couldn’t resist using a polka dot cardstock though). I punched holes in the cream cardstock to let the black show through. Circles and dots are very graphic. I substituted the polka dot ribbon for a bold striped one and used bold black letters for the sentiment. I decided to add touches of orange and yellow to draw in my colors.

And heres my clean and graphic Hi Card.

And here's my clean and graphic Hi Card.

If the clean and graphic style appeals to you, why not make a card and enter it in Paper Crafts’ September Gallery Challenge? If you need some inspiration, check out the “Graphically Speaking” feature in the September/October issue. You’ve got until Monday, Sept. 28 to upload your project image HERE.

I hope that I have given you something new to think about. Please take a closer look at each Paper Crafts magazine because they truly offer a fountain of creative inspiration. I appreciate you sharing some of your time with me today. 

Kim Hughes,
Paper Crafts Go-to Gal

P.S. I’d love to hear what card-making style you naturally gravitate towards. Leave a comment and I’ll pick three winners to receive a copy of our September/October issue. All comments must be received by midnight (MST) on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

P.P.S. It’s time to announce the winner from Kelly’s Freebie Friday – Giving Back post!

Kim M (Sept. 19, 8:03 a.m.)

Congrats, Kim! You’ve won a layout kit designed by Wendy Sue Anderson! Kelly will be contacting you shortly to get your mailing address. Thanks to all who left comments!

P. Kelly Smith

P. Kelly Smith

Welcome to Freebie Friday! Last week we bid a fond farewell to the last days of summer. And while I always mourn the loss of my flip-flops and snow cones, I know all good things will eventually come around again. So let’s embrace fall and all the colors, smells, textures and yes, even the cool air. For everything there is a season…

And before you know it, little ghosts and goblins will be creeping up your walkway in search of sugary treats for their plastic pumpkin pails. Whenever Halloween rolls around, I always think of my little two-year-old cousin. He’s now a cool dude of 11, but once upon a time he couldn’t pronounce his s’s very well. We were out trick or treating and he saw something that frightened him. He grabbed his mom’s hand and said, “Mommy, that was pooky and cary!” Add the s’s to front of those words and you’ll get what he was trying to say!

If you enjoy celebrating Halloween and paper crafting this “pooky and cary” time of year, we’re here to help! We have some frighteningly fun titles/quotes in the Simple Sentiments column (p. 89) of our September/October 2009 issue. Did you know that you can download every one of them right HERE?

Here’s a few of my favorites:

And because we’re always here to inspire you, look at the cute card our managing editor Brandy made with the “Beware” quote:

Bump in the Night Card by Brandy Jesperson

Bump in the Night Card by Brandy Jesperson

Who doesn’t like free quotes? I guess you could say today’s giveaway is for everyone! For those of you who need real, tangible product to awaken your inner paper goblin, you’re in luck! I have two Halloween collections (Spooked, Night Light) from My Mind’s Eye. Leave a comment telling me your favorite childhood Halloween costume and I’ll randomly pick two winners. All comments must be received by midnight (MST) on Sunday, Sept. 13.

Happy Downloading,
Kelly

P.S. Today is our former art director’s birthday! Since Halloween is Stace’s favorite time of year, I thought I would share this groovy picture of her:

Would anyone care for one of Staces magic brownies? We dressed up as hippies last year, so her carrying a plateful of brownies actually made sense!

Would anyone care for one of Stace's "magic" brownies? We dressed as hippies last Halloween, so her carrying a plateful of brownies actually made sense!

P.P.S. For those of you attending CKC-Nashville this weekend, make sure you say hi to two of our very own Paper Crafts peeps! Both Susan Neal and Susan Opel will be teaching some fun card classes you won’t want to miss!

Cath Edvalson

Cath Edvalson

Yesterday, Kelly announced the theme of our September Gallery Ghallenge: Clean & Graphic. If you may recall, you have until Monday, September 28 to give it a try.

We did a whole big feature on the clean & graphic style in our September/October 2009 issue, and maybe you’ve had a chance to give it a look-see. Here are some great examples from the Graphically Speaking feature:

Circle Graphic Thanks Card by Kimberly Crawford

Circle Graphic Thanks Card by Kimberly Crawford, p. 51

Caption: G Thanks Card by Heidi Van Laar, p. 49

G Thanks Card by Heidi Van Laar, p. 49

Thank You Dots Card by Angie Hagist, p. 56

Thank You Dots Card by Angie Hagist, p. 56

These three cards are perfect examples of the clean & graphic style. Why? Because they have all incorporated white space, clean lines and simple treatment of text.

The best part? Clean & graphic cards tend to be the least time-consuming to make because they are, in essence, simple. In fact, every single card in our Graphically Speaking feature can be made in 5 steps or less…many in just three!

Here are some more clean & graphic cards that I found in the blogosphere to get your creative juices flowing:

Note how simple Kalyn Kepner has treated the elements on this card. Simple color scheme, simple design, simple treatment of text.

Flower Hi Card by Kalyn Kepner

Note how simple Kalyn Kepner has treated the elements on this card. Simple color scheme, simple design and simple treatment of text.

Graphic Halloween set by Teri Anderson

Boo Treat Bag and Tag by Teri Anderson

I love this Halloween gift set by Teri Anderson. Again, it meets our three basic requirements: white space, clean lines and simple treatment of text.

Gift Bag by Kim Hughes

School Days Bag by Kim Hughes

This gift bag by Kim Hughes is super clean & graphic because it plays on the simplest of shapes: the circle. It’s graphic because she’s repeated the circle in interesting patterns while varying the colors, and it’s clean because she’s used a lot of white space.

Are you ready to give it a try? We can’t wait to see what you come up with! Click HERE for more examples and explanations of the clean & graphic style and HERE for the details of our Clean & Graphic Gallery Challenge!

Enjoying the calm in all that white space,
Cath

P.S. It’s time to announce the two winners from Kelly’s Freebie Friday – Endless Summer post! Here they are:

1. Kristen (Sept. 5, 10:11 a.m.)
2. Tanna (Sept. 4, 11:19 p.m.)

Congrats, winners! You’ve each won a fun Cosmo Cricket prize package! Kelly will be contacting you shortly to get your mailing addresses. Thanks to all who left comments!

P.P.S. Guess whose birthday it is today? Yep, our very own Go-to Gal (and queen of the clean & graphic style) Kim Kesti! Stop by her blog and give her some birthday love!

Susan R. Opel

Susan R. Opel

It’s time for another edition of Tips, Tools, & Techniques trivia! Crack open your spook-erific copy of the September/October 2009 issue of Paper Crafts magazine to page 80 and answer the following questions for the chance to WIN (and who doesn’t like to win?):

  • Look carefully at the Twist Trimmer blades on page 80. What does the orange blade do?
  • On page 81, I stated that I wanted one of each of four types of sweaters? Name the four sweater types.
  • Read through the Microsoft Word section on page 82. What key do you push on the keyboard to create the spider on the Keep it Creepy Card?
  • Check out the caption below the Bubble Blast Office Set on page 82. Which two places might be brightened by these colorful organizers?
  • What idea is your favorite from this issue’s Tips, Tools, & Techniques column, and why?

Now for the fun part. Two winners will be selected at random to win one of the following:

  • The Twist Trimmer and Magnetic Mat (plus the blades you see on page 80) from We R Memory Keepers shown on page 80.

  • The Bubble Blast Office Set by Home Essence on page 82 (including four matching bonus pieces that aren’t even in the photograph!).

Now how ‘bout that? There’s not much more to do before you are qualified to win!

  • Send me an e-mail with your answers to sopel@papercraftsmag.com. Put “TT&T Blog” in the subject line of your message. Be sure to leave a comment on the blog, and let me know which prize strikes your fancy!
  • Entries are due no later than midnight MDT on Friday, August 21st. From the correct entries received, two winners will be selected at random and contacted via e-mail. Once the winner has been notified, I’ll post his/her name in the comments section of this blog. Note: Due to the number of e-mails received, I’m unable to respond to each message individually. Please know that I do read your comments and totally appreciate your participation. Thanks!

So…What are you waiting for?

Good luck!
Susan

P. Kelly Smith

P. Kelly Smith

Welcome to Freebie Friday and Paper Crafts latest installment of I-Spy! If you enjoyed our “Around the House” round of Gallery Idol, you’re going to love today’s prizes! We’ve got some very cool product featuring all of your favorite household icons. So pull up a chair, pour a cup of coffee (or if you’re like me, Coke over ice!) and settle in at your table for this fan favorite trivia game.

You must have a copy of our September/October 2009 issue in front of you. All I-Spy questions will be directly related to this issue and this issue only.

September/October I-Spy Questions:

1. I spy our Paper Crafts Connection column. How many projects were created by someone named Kim or Kimberly? Name the four K’s.

2. I spy our Paper Crafts 101 column. What tip do we give for making your own epoxy accents?

3. I spy our Photo Finish column. How many kids are pictured in Davinie Fiero’s Boo Crew Halloween Decor project?

4. I spy our Things That Go Bump in the Night feature. What does Matt say is his biggest fear?

5. I spy an ad for our 2009 World Card Making Day Card Contest. What is the deadline for entries?

6. I spy our Graphically Speaking feature. What two numbers are the bookends on Angie Hagist’s How Old? Card?

7. I spy a card in our Bundled Up feature made by our new Gallery Idol winner. What is the title of her card?

8. I spy our Around the House feature. What sentiment did Teri Anderson pair with her rolling pin card (from Kitchen Note Card Set)?

9. I spy our Tips, Tools, & Techniques column. Melissa Phillips incorporates six textures into her beautiful tags. What texture did she add to her butterfly tag?

10. I spy our Get Inspired column. According to Courtney Kelley’s invitation, when does apple picking begin?

Three random winners (who answer five or more questions correctly) will win a selection of product we feature in this issue’s Product Parade column. (Just turn to p. 78 for a closer look!) To play, please enter your answers in the comment field below this entry. All comments must be received by midnight (MST) on Sunday, August 9. I’ll announce the three winners on Monday, August 10.

Good luck!
Kelly

P.S. Some news for our international commenters… Due to the transition after the sale of our company from CK Media to New Track Media, we are unable to ship prizes outside of the U.S. HOWEVER, this doesn’t mean that you can’t participate in all the fun. You absolutely can comment, but if your name is drawn, instead of winning the prize that is being offered, you will receive a one-year subscription to Paper Crafts magazine. So keep your comments coming, friends! We love hearing from ALL of our loyal readers! 

P.P.S. It’s time to announce the five winners from Alisa’s School Supply Savvy post! Here they are in no particular order:

1. Charlene (August 6, 4:51 a.m.)
2. Nikki Schmaltz (August 6, 8:36 p.m.)
3. Samantha T. (August 6, 7:12 a.m.)
4. NWFlamingo (August 5, 10:06 a.m.)
5. Golda (August 6, 10: 12 p.m.)

Congrats, ladies! You each win an assortment of school-themed paper from Imaginisce, as well as some jewel brads from American Crafts. I’ll be e-mailing you shortly to get your mailing addresses. Thanks to all who left comments!

Wendy Johnson

Wendy Johnson

When I was a little girl, my mother taught me how to cross-stitch. I started with plastic cross-stitch material and a piece of yarn with masking tape on one end. I would very carefully thread it through the squares, creating little X’s that then turned into butterflies, flowers and hearts. With a little practice, I then moved on to Aida Cloth and made more intricate designs and pictures with floss and a needle. This became a favorite pastime as I grew up. 

I haven’t done cross-stitch in many, many years. Recently I decided that I wanted to share this little hobby with my own daughter, since I enjoyed it so much at her age. I found a cute pattern on the Internet of a puppy, and she helped pick the colors of floss that she would use to create this little dog.

Heres my daughter Kaylis very first cross-stitch!

My daughter Kayli's very first cross-stitch!

Once I transferred the pattern onto the Aida Cloth, Kayli has been hard at work on her design. It’s been so fun to watch her as she very carefully pulls the floss through the material, and see her eyes light up as she watches the puppy come to life. 

Cross-stitching is a fun and relaxing hobby that many have enjoyed for generations. Did you know that you can cross-stitch on many different materials such as plastic, fabric and paper? This very easy technique can also be used on your paper crafting projects! 

Did you also know that Paper Crafts September/October issue has just hit the newsstands?! I created a Halloween card that I cross-stitched on white cardstock. My cute little pumpkin came to life with orange, green and brown floss, as I carefully put into place each little X.

Stitched Pumpkin Greetings Card (p. 60) from September/October issue.

Stitched Pumpkin Greetings Card (p. 60) from the September/October issue.

If you don’t know how to cross-stitch, there are many different tutorials and patterns on the Internet that you can transfer onto your projects. In fact, you can download the pattern for my pumpkin card right here! I encourage you to give it a try! 

Happy stitching!
Wendy

P.S. Have you been following the Gallery Idol competition? I was so impressed with the Top 5’s humor cards – they really left me “in stitches”! Kelly wanted me to remind everyone that voting ends at noon (MST) tomorrow. Click here to view the Top 5’s entries and to vote for your favorite design!

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