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June 14, 2007



Isn't it wonderful to get beautiful mail!

Judy Wise

I for one can't wait to learn how you make those fancy folders. My whole life is sorted out into plain manila folders and that is noooo good for this gal.

PS Yes, Mary Ann's blog is the bomb but you are running a close second. Especially now that you are going to show us how to make those folders (heh heh).


Wooohoo! Hand me a bib!! Great post! I am absolutely green! ;) And those papers of yours are so gorgeous!!


Mmmm, superb stencilling (those file folders look so much more fun - hmm, may just be the thing round here!) I just love the way the colours just sing! I am so looking forward to seeing the portrait stencil tutorial!

Off to check out Mary Anne's blog now..

Kari x


I, too, am a mail art lover. It is one of my most favorite things to create and to receive. What a great swap! I am jealous!BTW, I love your papers and files.


Hi, you should get in on Michelle Ward's "Crusade" this month, it's on mail art! http://michelleward.typepad.com/how_cool_is_that/
Also -- loved your stencil tute, too--I am doing things primarily in Photoshop these days so will make digi-stencils using your directions!

Valerie Mann

Both you, and your work, are amazing.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge as it is helping me on my journey to learning mixed media/altered art journaling.

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