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September 10, 2013


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Elaine Allen

Betsy -

These cards are darling! I can't wait to get my hands on the new release items so I can play too!

Elaine Allen

Renee V.

Gorgeous cards, love the snow drifts and the Aqua Mist peeking through. So brilliant!

Leigh Penner

As usual, Betsy, your projects are stunning! Fabulous job with the new products!


Oh Betsy, each and every project is amazing and I'm completely inspired! Thank you for sharing your amazing talents with a of us! You are amazing!

S. Molinari

I love the everday cards you made with the new products. The chevron card reminds me of Grandma's afghan. And those colorful houses are so cute!


WOW, girl. You always go all out and I appreciate that. Beautiful creations and I love that you showed the versatility of everything. Thanks so much!

Carol Mc

Your cards are absolutely gorgeous.
Love the versatility of those houses.

Carrie :)

All your projects are so pretty, Betsy, but that last one with the layered chevrons really stands out - just gorgeous!!


Loved your cards, Betsy... the card with those colorful houses is just perfect.

Holly Saveur


Kristen V

What fun and how beautiful. I love all the color.


Love the way you can create "scenes" with these new dies!


Beautiful work, Betsy - the red and white card is stunning :)

Jeannie L

Stunning projects! I just love them all especially the scenes with the houses.

Lisa Petrella

Fantastic projects showcasing these new items from PTI!! I especially LOVE that red and white holiday card---just gorgeous!!!! And your card that was inspired by the photo of the outfit is absolutely FABULOUS!!! LOVE IT!!


Can you say AWESOME. Little houses are darling but that impression plate, chevrons and flowered card really rang my bell.

Mendi Yoshikawa

Oh my goodness! These cards are all so cute! I'm loving the snowdrifts cover plate and the darling little houses. Your chevron card is amazing too--Love seeing your inspiration for the colors. :)

Becky Green

OH MY GOODNESS BETSY!!!!!!!! (You MUST have a husband that HELPS you around the house to find time to do ALLLLLL OF THIS!!!!!!!) :) WHAT GORGEOUS CREATIONS!!!!!!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE ALL THE LITTLE HOUSES & THE LITTLE TRUCK JUST TOPS IT OFF!!!!!!!! ;) AND the backgrounders items are FABULOUS TOO!!!!!!!!!!! :) You are AMAZING BETSY!!!!!!!!!:) (Now that I think about it, I'll BET you don't even have your hubby help much!!!!! LOL You're "SUPER WOMAN!" with ALL of your talents!!!!!!!! WHAT A LUCKY MAN!!!!!!!!) :)

Sherry in MI

Betsy, what adorable cards! Love them all, but the multi-colored house card reminds me of the "painted ladies" in Cape May, NJ. Great job!

Kathy A

What fun these cards are


Thanks for all the inspirations! Now going to break my piggybank for the new release! ;)

Grace So

Just love all the inspiration these cards have provided. Love the colors and all the idea.


Super cute cards! I really love this new set.

Mary M.

I like the chevron card. No square punch! How do I have a tool that Betsy Veldman does not have?


Such cute cards! I love that little house!


These are so adorable! The red card reminds me of Christmas cards from the 1950s and I love the inspiration you found in the little girl's skirt!

Amanda C.

Great cards! I love them all, but the chevron background one is my absolute favorite. I can't believe you don't have a square punch!


Betsy- where are you?? Your designs are always my favorites. I hope you are saving lots for the group posts!

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