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Christina D

That's a cute card and easy too. I think I want to try one like this. The new embossing folder is great too, mine will be here soon.

Lynn G.

OMGoodness...what a beautiful card. I have not seen this before. I love the layout. The Pretty Print Emboss Folder is on my Wish List. SU has such awesome emboss folders.

What a BIG smile your Good Milkers brought to my face this morning. How cute! Yup - I remember those days. I lived with my Grandma & Grandpa practically all Summer. They had a small Dairy farm. I even learned how to drive on a Little A tractor. I always got to rake the hay in front of the baler. Wow, what memories you have brought back to me. Those were the good ole days. Thanks so much for sharing and the smiles and the memories.


Oh to be a youth again....not!!!....these kids photo screams, come on Gramah, you can't hide on us....lol...lol...I'm waiting to receive this embossing folder, along with the new card thinlets....maybe by Friday I will be able to emboss my brains out!!...well, maybe a bit more than that! Hahaha...lovely choice of colors...as always!


Details, details, details, you always add such beautiful little details to your cards. With this beautiful card, while I love the use of the embossing folder, the tiny flower with the pearl center added that extra touch that I associate with your cards. Your grand babies are so cute. That picture with "the cow" reminded me of field trips with my kids to the Mathis Dairy and the kids milking Rosebud. Have fun at the water park.

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