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March 10, 2012

Comments

Barb Clouse

Beautiful Jan, great job.

B Jayne Stenstrom

So very cute! I love the idea of using up scraps of DSP (probably because I never DO use up those little pieces, but I can't throw them away!)

Barb Lewis

I love it. My sister is a quilter will have to give it a try for a card for her. Keep up the great work. Barb

Susan Carlson

This is an absolutely brilliant use of scraps! You are my card stock hero! Can you hear that Foreigner tune??? Thanks for sharing!

Lynnor aka icensheba on SCS

Gorgeous, amazing, and truly spectacular!!! I love it!!

Lynn Starzl

Love it! It is so pretty! I will be making scraps just to copy this card, hehehe.

Michele

Great use of scraps.Thanks for all the inspiration.

Mitzi Luttrull

Gojus, indeed! And we all have that elusive pile of scraps that "someday" we'll use. Thanks for a cute idea.

vicki

LOVE it! Love the handkerchief hem most of all -- great idea!!

Raquel

Great card Jan--I tried quilting-but my brain could not get all the measuring--now I can just make this card without all the math!!! Love the handkerchief hem--your colors are remarkable. Love it!!!

Sandi

Awesome card! Great Idea for using scraps! LOVE IT! How about a tutorial on how to do it or is there a website that already shows how to do it?

Sandi

Nancy Leppek

This is really well done.....even though you say you wasted cardstock..it was well worth it!
Lovely work!

Terry Molineux

Jan love it too! I too would love a tutorial...are you up to it? LOL

All your designs are awesome thanks so much for sharing them with us..

Terri

Sweet card! Did you punch the edge with the square punch?

Ter ;)

CarrieAnne Curtis

I saw this on Pinterest and just had to tell you how awesome it was! Thanks for posting!

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