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January 13, 2013

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Mary Lou Kemp

Betsy your anniversary card is lovely. I really like the color blocking and what you stamped on each block. Thanks for sharing.

jan m

Wasn't thinking I had a use for this set until I saw your anniversary card! Awesome design Betsy! Love the color blocking, how the hand points to the sentiment!

Becky Green

Betsy! Your scrapbook page is AMAZING! AND SOOO SWEET!!!!!!!!!! :) Your card is WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) BOTH are SOOO YOU!!!!!! FABULOUS! (as usual!) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

Leigh Penner

Wow, Betsy! Your layout and your card are both fabulous! You totally rocked this set!

Janet

WOW!!! Betsy, your LO is exquisite! Brilliant tip for clouding vellum :)

Luanne Ford

Love your masculine Anniversary card, it's awesome!

Ruth G

Fabulous, Betsy! I love your technique for getting the ink to stick to the vellum! Priceless advice! Your LO has a wonderful softness and I love how did your card with the different elements of the clocks! Thanks so much for all you share!!!

Nancy Penir

Love the colored vellum, and thanks as always for all your tips and tricks.
Fun new stamps and gorgeous ideas.

Rhonda H

Gorgeous inspiration Betsy. Thanks for the vellum tip. The details are amazing.

Holly Saveur

GORGEOUS!

Marlou McAlees

hi Betsy, loving your fab layout and card :) TFS :) x

Tracey McNeely

Betsy the vintage feel to your projects is amazing. I adore that layout and the card is definitely on my CASE list, so inspiring. Happy Sunday.

Barb Ghigliotty

I love your projects using the new stamps and dies...just beautiful! Thanks for the tip on sealing the vellum...very helpful!

Helen F.

Betsy, you have created such a sweet layout and beautiful card with these new stamps ~ convincing me that I need them badly :o)

Barbara

I love the layout and your card! The photograph is precious! These stamps are just beautiful! I love your centers for the clock hands as well a nice touch!

conil

Clever the way you designed the card. So well thought out. The LO is perfect for that photo. These clock stamps are awesome.

Elizabeth S.

Your scrapbook page is just beautiful! I love the masculine look of your card.

Susan Gosman

"Time" to say how much I love your work!

Linda M

What a great tip for the velum. The softness it gives to the project.
Also love the beautiful card...

Tere

I LOVE you scrapbook page, love it!!!!
Than you so much for the tip on inking velum!!

Sue

Clean look and excellent color combinations - a must try project!

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I did not think I needed the clock stamp, until I saw your great masculine anniversary card. Guess I will change my mind! Very pretty scrapbook page also. Like the use of vellum too. Corrine Ann

Kathy H

What a beautiful layout. So soft and pretty. It suits the photo and your story perfectly.

Kathy Mc

Great tip for coloring vellum and setting it quickly. TFS! Your scrapbook page is priceless and love your masculine card also.

Denise E

Betsy, I love, love, love both your projects today. The scrapbook page is perfect...every little detail. And that picture is absolutely precious! That anniversary card is amazing...perfect for a hubby and yet beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this amazing inspiration! Can't wait to try it! =o)

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