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April 21, 2009

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Lynne Hurlburt

Good Morning Mary: Love the idea using the LL Bean Bag and I also have that cabin stamp from stampscapes. What a neat idea with the used book, and really liked your smile box. Happy Earth Day, Hugs n' Stuff, Lynne

pam

Hi Mary, as usual, good job on the smilebox! The book looks great and very simple to do. Thanks for sharing. Pam

jayne

Love that you recycled the book and the LL Bean Bag! Fabulous tutorial on the smile box! Thanks!

nise

I just love your taste! That ll bean bag is fabulous (I wear a lot of their clothes, but glad I could park my down parka for a few months!) and what you did with it is great. Your book is perfect! Excellent earth day items and so glad you shared them.

Bette

Hey Mary,
I love your card with the recycled bag! There are so many neat shopping bags out there great way to use them.
Also love the book its so you, great job.
Bette

Michele

Love your cards! Very pretty!

Jessica

Mary, both of these projects turned out amazing! I especially love your card. I have some really fun bags that I've saved over the years; I might have to dig them out and make some cards. Thanks for sharing! :)

Rita

I luv your card Mary & that paper bag was so perfect for that stamp. I also saved a bag from the stamp store that I just visited, I loved their paper bag & saved it for a future project...great minds work alike huh?

Love what you did with that book, beautiful project!

Maria

Wow, Mary! Such beautiful Earth day card and project!! Your recylced book is fantastic!! what a great way to pretty up a book. I love the pretty image and ribbon on your card!! Wonderful job!!

Hope you're having a fantastic Sunday!!

Maria

Bleubeard and Elizabeth

Mary,

These projects are totally awesome. The card is so unique and original. I love your cards and this one looks professional. No one would ever know it was recycled. And your stash of rubber stamps must be endless. Who else would have thought retirement could be so elegant?

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