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10/18/2020

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Linda

You always make the cutest cards, these are adorable!

Sara

Hi Wanda. Love the photo play! Right now I am working on a design for a chalkboard that has the feel of fall and a little Christmas, as well, so to keep throughout the holiday season. Happy Holiday Season!!

Laraine

Amazing creations! Love your latte art! Need to look at stencils in a different light!

Janet P

Love your cards! I haven’t used a #6 card size, so I’m putting that on my list. Today I’ll be working on some Halloween cards with Distress Ink. Hope you are having a nice weekend!!

Laura Ryntz

You're a genius and it's just perfect! Wonderful cards and will definitely take a look. October brings not only beautiful weather, but birthdays for the 3 men of my house. I am working on both a 47 and 27 card. My pup turned 14 on the 14th. 😊 Happy Fall y'all!! ☕🍁🍂🎉🎉

Sue D

Pretty Fall card, cute Halloween card and great way to decorate your drink. I like the products you used. I am working on cards for our church card ministry and Christmas presents for the grandchildren.

Stephanie Clapper

How about that?! Latte art done with a stencil and homemade to boot! That’s such a cool idea! TFS!
Currently I’m working on a project for my brother. Every year he buys 12 Christmas concert tickets for the volunteers at a local Hospice. He’s also a volunteer and the concert music resembles Christmas music with the Boston Pops. He asks me to make some cards to tuck the concert and parking tickets inside. It’s a wintery scene including a bird and musical notes with a sentiment reading “just a note of thanks”. I was honored by my brother’s request and he has the most generous heart.

Sue Baker

Your cards are always so inspiring! The fall leaves are gorgeous and the Halloween characters are fun!

Sue D.

Your spiderweb latte was sheer genius! I will forever look at stencils in a different light now. Love the colours in your autumn card and all the details in the trick or treat one. Right now for my craft room, I am trying to make arrangements to have a shelf unit delivered and put on top of my table that I work at. It's 12" deep and will allow me to have more items close at hand. I am building upwards! Of course, I have to clear the table off first and that is job in itself!

Gina Florencia

Awesome projects! love your coffee art, great idea!

Becky Green

WHAT????? I NEVER THOUGHT to use my stencils for Latte Art! Now, you've got my brain doing flips, Wanda! I'll bet it was GOOD TOO!!! LOL My daughter MIGHT take interest, at least of my stencils if I did this! LOL (Been TRYING to get her into Paper Crafting....) SUCH A CUTE IDEA!!! Your card with the leaves is SO BRIGHT & PRETTY with the colored leaves! AND I DIDN'T KNOW that there were "Mini Slim Line" Card Dies! I DO LIKE the Slim Line Cards & this WOULD BE a SUPER ADDITION to one's crafting supplies!!! A CREATIVE & BEAUTIFUL JOB, Wanda!!! I LOVE IT when people come up with ORIGINAL IDEAS like your Latte Art!!!! ;)<3

Donna M.

Such wonderful ideas! Right now...I'm cataloging my stamps into the Color My Life app. And I gotta say that I'm falling in love again with some of my older stamp sets! I do love visiting your blog- you always make me smile!

Carolee M

Love your blog!! I am working on some Halloween cards to give to my students:)

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