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09/07/2014

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Carol Carriveau

Waaaayyyyyyyyyy behind in emails - were down in San Diego area a few weeks ago - critically ill SIL who very sadly did not make it - and playing catch up with emails ever since...had to tell you how very much I love both of your cards...like you the Bay Area is also not seeing or feeling any Fall....hope it shows up VERY SOON for all of us - and some rain as well! Take good care!

Nance Leedy

Mike, both cards are fabulous and show a mastery of the Work of Art stamp set. Love the way you've used it for the harvest sky in your first card. All y'all must be fixin' to great fall as happily as we are in Florida! ;-) (hugs)

jaydee

Fabulous, Mike. I love the three stripes behind your little scene. 112 degree temps... wow... its 50 in my neck of the woods!
Jaydee

Monika Reeck

Hi Mike ...woow I have another Man who make cards...thanks for your lovely words on my card ..your pumpkin card is so lovely I love the autumn feel on your card and that nice tree behind pumpkin is in a good place...great card...I will visiting you again tomorrow now it is already 22:33 in Germany and I will go to bed... :) see you soon Mike

Sandy M

Not one but two lovely fall creations! Love how you "washed" the background color with the work of art stamp set on both. Not an ounce of the south in my blood! Fuhgeddaboudit!

Super Stamp Girl

Hi Mike! What a great combination of stamp sets and framelits! Love what you have done with the autumnal background with "Work of Art." Very creative and inspiring!

laurie

I love how you combined the stamp sets to create this card...VERY clever. I like the design, honestly, the placement of the stamps work so well!

Terry

Great, great cards Mike!
Going to CASE both...AhHa.
;O)
And the tip is great too. I love 'clear' sets. Amazing eh?

Dawn Tidd

What fun Fall cards, Mike! That first one is a real eye-catcher! Love the bright colors because colors always look brighter in the Fall for some reason. I hope y'all do experience a little Fall…maybe at the cabin?! :)

Joanne James

What a great combination of stamp sets Mike - that Work of Art set really is so versatile! Love both your cards this week, great job!

LeAnne

Awesome creations, Mike! Love how you incorporated that watercolor splash in there...I need to get that set out as I haven't used it in a while!

Nancy Lempinen

Lovely cards, however I really like the first one with the pumpkins and the tree, great idea combining the two sets. Fabulous tip about the stems of the pumpkins too, the touch of ink the pumpkins sit on is perfect, great job!

Andrea W

Terrific combination of stamp sets. I love how you used the tree from the Thoughts & Prayers set and your colors are fantastic.

Susan Mac

love the 1st. card....you can sure design a card over & over!

Yapha

Gorgeous cards, Mike! I love the way you combined so many sets so fabulously in that first card! Thanks for the tip on the pumpkin stems. Here's wishing both of us some real fall weather soon!

Wendie

Mike, beautiful combination of stamp images and colors!

Kim Jolley

Love both of them. I live in SW Missouri...pretty much qualifies for the "south" if you could hear my accent!

jessica

Hi y'all! I too am in a r-ship with a 'northern aggressor' Don is from Boston. Lol
Love these cards. The work of art set is so... um...stretchable. ;-)
You have indeed inspired us today.
Hugs, Jess

Claire Broadwater

You are so right, Mike! Being a Georgia girl, it is ALL, Y'ALL! LOL!
(I am a Mid-Western transplant in the south!)
I love your cards! The Work of Art stamp set is so versatile! Such beautiful, vibrant colors to welcome Fall! XX

Carole Doody

I love both of these cards!!! Couldn't choose one over the other if I had to. They are beautiful. Fall here in Northern Maine is beautiful, but also a harbinger of a very long cold winter ahead. Enjoy what we have for now though, I guess. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration today (times two!).

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