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12/17/2013

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Katy McGloin

Loved the sentiment, Mike. Using painter's paper is a great idea! TFS...

Evelyn

Beautiful! I like coordinating cards and paper, too... Yes, I often make my own paper. Lunch bags ( white, craft or colored) make great gift bags. Decorate them with stamps before filling them. You can fold down the top, punch on each side of the folded down top and add ribbon, yarn, twine, etc. We have used these bags often at church...Easter, Halloween (leaves, pumpkins, etc... No witches), and Christmas.

Joni Kelly

Oh Mike, that is so very nicely done! I love how you coordinated the card and the wrapping paper! Such a great looking card. Thanks for the inspiration!

Terry

Merry Christmas Mike to you and yours.
This is a wonderful card!! My niece is also a barrel racer (retired) and has 2 beautiful horses - this card will be awesome for her. CASE, CASE.....
As we go into the New Year I want to thank you for your talent and sharing it with us.
Will you spend Christmas at the cottage?

Carol Carriveau

What a lucky friend you have...your creativity is fabulous...loving the wrapping paper that you created and the wonderful card!!! Thanks for sharing about the painters trim paper...what a smart idea! Wishing you and your family a fabulous holiday!

Patti Willey

What a wonderful stamp set you've hung on to!
Love the natural colors and elements in your card and beautiful gift wrap!
How nice to make thing extra special for people!

Marcia in Virginia

Mike, in my humble opinion, this is the best work you have done! Absolutely love it!!

Ann Schach

What beautiful, beautiful paper you have created! I am sure he LOVED it and the card. May you have the happiest of holidays, my friend!

Wendie

Mike, this is fabulous. I bet your friend loved it. It's so fun to stamp up something for those who mean so much to us. I'm going to have to CASE this for my niece who is a barrel racer and dear friend of mine who's a retired barrel racer and runs 400 head of cattle on her ranch.

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