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December 17, 2012



That is a lot of work for one weekend! 57 postcards for 57 lucky people!

Denise :)

Wow -- that's a big stack!! I need to get on your Christmas card list. LOL! I bet it felt good to get those finished! Do you mail them as is, or do you put them in envelopes? :)


wow! kudos...

I love the ideas of making quilted postcards, I need to google the "rules". Maybe I can get a few done yet....

Bonnie in Va.

Wow! Nice stack of postcards. Will you be sharing the fronts later in the year?


You made WAAAAY more Christmas postcards than I. Mine were a hybrid of fabric and paper. Hope to see the front of yours.

Debbie St. Germain

That is a lot of cards and a wonderful thing to do for friends.
I wish I had your skills at managing multiple projects and finishing them.



I was trying to figure out what kind of postcards you were making that looked like tiny chenille rows in three colors!! I was so confused--but the second time around I got it!! (It was early this morning with no caffeine on the first view--that's my story and I'm sticking to it!!!)

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