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I LOVE this card! Had to case it and had so much fun making it! Thanks for sharing such a great card!!

Carol Carriveau

Fabulous Mike...sorry to hear of your tree issues...they grow so slowly but fun to plant a new one and watch it develop - best of luck!

Cindy Beach

Mike, I am loving the strong and classic lines of your stacked log circles. The deco label dies and stamped gold make the perfect focal point!

Holly/Rubber Redneck

Awesome card Mike! I love the colors and the vellum with it. I too never thought to use it with masculine looking items. More ideas I love that! TFS :)


Nice! Thanks for explaining how you use the stamp-a-ma-jig. I have used this tool several times with mixed results. Those acorns are fabulous! Thanks for a beautiful card.

linda callahan

Total wow factor!The vellum. the logs in the background - yep total wow!

Heidi Baks

Beautiful, Mike! I love the subtle woodgrain and the vellum. Very classy, yet masculine.

Carol Carriveau

Fabulous Mike, this could easily be framed and used as a very special home decoration or gift! Great job!


It's odd that I always think of vellum as having a more feminine feel. Well I was sure wrong about that! This is fabulous, and feels very masculine. I love the log cuts background. Perfect for this time of year. Beautiful card my friend. Now I'm off to hop around. Hugs, Jess

Carole Doody

Beautiful card. I love this set, and the touches of gold make your card really elegant!

Lynn Gauthier

Wow...what a cool effect the vellum gives with the neat stamping behind it. Love the Deco Label with the Gold Encore and Early Espresso! Love the coloring on the acorns too! So very nicely done!!!
Thanks for sharing with us!


That log background is incredible, Mike! Great idea to use the vellum on top. Fabulous card!


Hi Mike, this is such a beautiful card. I love the heartwood color in the middle of the wood cuts. Did you have mistletoe problems with your oaks?

Tanya Boser

Oh, I am drooling over this card! So gorgeous! How did you get the dark color around the log slices? Is that colored in with Blendas?

Dawn Tidd

This is a truly awesome card, Mike. Love the log background topped with vellum…it's an amazing background and as One in a Million card! :)

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