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August 10, 2012


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Leigh Penner

Beautiful cards, Betsy! I'm in awe of the square you stamped with the stems-- fabulous!
But my favourite card is the one you made with the Counting My Blessings dies--- it has be regretting selling my Gratitude Journal set!

 Becky Green

I saw where you commented on Halloween in Paper Crafts Mag., that it wasn't celebrated much in your home, but you do like to do little packs of goodies for others! That's how it is in our home! :) I LOVE you Fall cards here on your blog today! :) VERY NICE! You've got me THINKING....And your other cards are FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOVE the bright colors of your first card & the delicate LOVELY second card too! LOOOOOOOOOOVE THEM ALL!! :) SUCH CREATIVITY!!!!!!!!!!!! :)


Oh, I love these, Betsy! Your PTI release projects are always so inspiring!! Love what you did with each and every one of these!!

Rebecca Deeprose

Great, creative card ideas Betsy!! Love the way you used Gratitude Journal stamps with the Count My Blessings die cuts!!!

Tracey McNeely

All great inspiration today Betsy. So in love with the first and third cards.

Rhonda H

Wonderful use of these sets Betsy! I'm sold. Lovely work.

Kelly Griglione

You've done a fabulous job creating all your cards, as usual. I absolutely LOVE the word art card!! So trendy, yet you made it with traditional colors.

Luanne Ford

I love how you did that last one. Such a great idea, thank you!


Fabulous cards! I'm so impressed by your creativity.
-- Connie C.

Victoria h

Love your cards betsy. Especially the combination of die cut and gratitude journal words- would love this card on a wall canvas.


How very clever you are. All your cards and colors are scrumptious. I especially like the gratitude/thankful one with the blessings words (you used my favorite color palette) and the last one that used the negative portion of the floral paper. How do you think of these things? Wish I was as clever. No need to be since you and the other DT folks give me lots of inspiration. Thanks so very much.


As always beautiful and inspiring Betsy. I love your style.

Troy Louise

I love seeing what you do with the new sets - so many great ways to use the stamps & dies. All of these are so nice. Thanks so much.

Marcie Rhys

Amazing! The 'background' paper on the first card makes me want to stamp a whole roll of wrapping paper with that pattern. (Can anything that snappy looking ever truly be in the 'background'?) Also, every time I think I can live without a particular ink color, you use that color so artfully, I must have it. (Now, I know it's in your job description to make us want EVERYTHING you touch, but sometimes you are just TOO GOOD at it!)

And the word art on the third card is exquisite. Fonts and words have the ultimate artful life in your hands. Thank you again for sharing your gifts.

Kathy H

Amazing Betsy!! Just amazing:)

janet wilson

Fabulous, Betsy - the colours, the designs....everything :)

Ruth G

Betsy, I can't say enough about how much I love these cards: great texture, colors, design, sentiments - the whole package. I managed to pin only one, but they are all really wonderful! TFS!

Melissa Phillips

Completely beautiful Bets! Love each of these.


You always draw me in with your creative use of products and exquisite color combinations. And then there are times that your designs just speak to my heart (for example, the MIM Nativity card, the birthday card made with Lace Bouquet and the blue birthday card made with Happy Hexagons), which is what the word die card did.

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