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June 29, 2011

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Mary Davidson

Laura, your projects are fantastic and so imaginative!!! I love them! TFS!

Patty Bennett

Your projects are beyond amazing.. LOVE them both!! Thank you for sharing these with us!!!
Patty

tiffany bauer

Both these cards are beautiful!!! I want to feature the second card on My Crafty Picks #23 with a link back to your blog on 7-3-11. If you wish to decline please email me at [email protected]

Take care
Tiffany
www.mycraftyworld.blogspot.com

kathy t

Oh my goodness-your cards are just amazing !! I love both of them Thanks for sharing your creativity

Colleen

Loving the dress card! Adorable!

Denise

Love the dress card. Absolutely adorable. So creative. Would you possibly explain or have a tutorial on how to make them? Thank you.

tINA

I too just love the dress card, and would love to know how you did it. Great job, I too have been having a Crumb Cake fix, I can't stop using it.

joanne

Wow, your projects so far are beautiful. I look forward to seeing more.

Nanc

Laura - Wow! Just..... wow!!!!!

That is definitely superior quality card-making!!!! I particularly love the one with the dresses and found the pattern for it (in Japanese, lol). The detailing is fantastic, with the little ziggy white border under the CC layer with the dresses, to the faux clothespins made by looping the twine and the little glittered rosette. You did a fantastic job on this.

Di Barnes

Really love your origami dress card. It's just adorable & such a clever idea.

Sylvie Greeniaus

Laura,

I to would love a tutorial on the oriagmi dress.
Love it...

Jamie

This card is magnificent! I love it. You're making lots of great projects!

Judy

Love the origami dress card! Can you share instructions for the little dresses?

Digit Wilkinson

Laura,
I too would love a tutorial or instructions on how
to make the origami dresses. They are fabulous!You
are truly an artist with paper! Thanks for sharing!

Gail Allen

Laura,
This card is adorable, what size is it?
Thanks for the inspiration.
Gail

Allison B

I absolutely love the dress card! I tried making those origami dresses but I couldn't get mine to look nearly that cute. What size square did you use?

Kathy t

I must tell you that your creativity is a amazing. The whole paper crafting world is in love with the origami dresses. Your scrapbook page is amazing , I wish I could see it in person to just take in the full effect of all the punched hearts-truly a labor of love for your children. The card using the cork and wood -amazing-I think we don't see enough cards using these beautiful natural designs. That is just beautiful. About the east coast -lots of wonderful beaches -you will have a blast. Have a safe trip and enjoy.

Connie Collins

I LOVE this card! Those dresses are adorable.

Lorraine

I love love the dress card. Would you be willing to share how you made them or point me in the right direction. TFS!

Julie Shanks

Would love to see pattern for origami dresses.

orneryswife

There is an awesome YouTube video of the dress folding here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGEq5b_57DQ Seriously, this is the cutest little card!! I am going to make one for a little niece today! :)
tm

Millie

Are you willing to share how to make the dresses?

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