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« A visit with my nephew | Main | Gradients »

November 23, 2008

Comments

Cheri

The cards are great! Don't blame you for copying Mary's tree. I saw that on her site and loved it.

Angela

Wow, look at those stacks of beautiful cards. You are so organised. I only just started thinking about designs for my cards today, but i have a lot less to send :0

sue b

Holy Cow Vicki, that's quite a pile of cards!

Tazzie

Wow Vicki, I'm so impressed, they look wonderful, and you've made so many!
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

Esther Aliu

Great Idea!!
Do you ever sleep??
LOVE ESTHER

Ruth Lane

Sorry you missed out on Asheville. That's a wonderful city to visit. Your stack of postcards is downright amazing!

Carole Meier

As always, you blow me away! lol Cute postcards!

Karol-Ann

Gosh! You have been busy! And they look very cool!

Freda  Henderson

Beautiful cards Vicki.

Karen

Good Job! I have not even sat down to design my Christmas postcards...I guess I had better get on it!

Cheryl A

These post cards are great! I used to hand stamp cards for Christmas but lost interest...
This would be a nice alternative. I love the sort of Asian look you got from your black tree on red background.

Cindy

Both are very pretty. It amazes me that you only send out 60! I thought you were a 100 kind of girl. :O)

Marie Johansen

WoW ! You were jammin' there! Fabulous looking. Beautifully done. Congrats!

diane

Sixty handmade cards! I don't think I have 60 friends! That red background fabric is gorgeous.

Wanda

I can't imagine making that many postcards in one time period. I like the serged edge and may have to try that. How do you finish the end?

Mary

I love these, I forgot that I bought some crystals at MQS this year. I'd used all the ones you gave me on Christmas cards I send last year and they were so cute I bought more....and then forgot to use them. I'll have to make more when I get home - but I don't think I'll make 60.

amy (sew~amy)

they look yummy. and a lot of work. :o)

Sandy Jandik

WOW. You certainly had a productive time. I haven't started on mine.

Ivory Spring

Good morning, Vicki...

Thanks for the sweet comment on my finish. I am ready to move on to another project, but haven't decided on which one yet.

Glad to know you are making progress on the cat project. I am sure your cat is MUCH BIGGER than my little monogram. So, I really have nothing to brag about...

WOW - you have been busy and very productive - those stacks of Christmas post cards are impressive!

Kate

Love those abstract trees - decided not to do any seasonal pcs this year (so far!) but I might just develop pc envy...

Suzanne

The cards are wonderful! I am also going to use your idea and keep track during 2009 of everything I sew/quilt/create. My mom use to keep track on index cards, but I've never done it.

jacquie

they are gorgeous!

Ginger

OH!!!! I wish I were on your mailing list! Your work continues to amaze me. Thanks for providing your "viewers" with such visual treats. And happy, healthy holidays to you.

Ginger

OH!!!! I wish I were on your mailing list! Your work continues to amaze me. Thanks for providing your "viewers" with such visual treats. And happy, healthy holidays to you.

deb levy

the cards look great!

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