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May 15, 2008


Lisa Banks

This card is Breath Taking!!! I love it Mary. We have a stamp convention here in the Northwest this weekend too!!!(((Hugs)))


Mary - I love the card, the flowers are awesome. I love making flowers myself. Thanks for sharing your card. I think your pictures are great also.

Cheryl Sims

Well Mary, I LOVED the green chairs!!! I don't care what he said.


Mary, all the pics are pleasing to my eye, sounds like a lot of work involved in photography.!!!! Your card is beautiful. I have a couple of those stamps, need to pull them out and use them.

Lynn Mercurio

Wow, Mary...what a stunning card. Although it must have been a lot of effort, your results are remarkable. TFS

Beverly A

Mary, I liked your photos. I actually wished that I was sitting in one of those adirondack chairs! Your class critique reminds me of a watercolor course I took in college many years ago. We had to paint two 18 x 24" watercolor paintings a week. The last day of class I finally had one painting the professor liked, talk about frustrating! Take from this class what you can and enjoy your photography!
Your card is gorgeous; thanks for sharing!


Hey Mary,
Your card came out beautiful the choice of papers worked great LOVE IT !!!!!



Now you know where the expression "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" came from. It only matters that you like your pictures. You are taking this class to learn how to make you camera work for you...So that you can compose pictures that you love. Take what knowledge you can from the class and forget the rest. Who cares what your teacher thought? We all love and admire your work and you should too.

Dottie K.

Hi Mary, Wow that card is amazing. Just love all the detail and those flowers. Just learn as much as possible - your photos are amazing. I understand wanting more of the functions of the camera. Just absorb what you can and remember that you know more know than you did before. Have a great weekend. :)

Dottie K.

ooops typo should be - now than you did before. I need to finish my tea before typing any other messages.

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