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February 06, 2011


Janet Van Rossen

Your card is so chic. I love the red, cream, black combo and the bp is perfect. The lace bow finishes it off wonderfully. Your photos made me smile. All that snow! We have a severe weather warning for this afternoon so we may have a few surprises in store too.

Janet xx

Joan B

Mary, that card is amazing. Absolutely gorgeous. Your scrap page is also amazing. Wayne, please get off the roof!!


Great card and great page, Mary! Thanks for sharing the photos, too. Poor Wayne! We have not shoveled our roof. The cold is back here, again. Extremely cold windchills are what we are looking forward to - NOT!

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz

Hello my friend, how are you? I can see why are you a nervous wreck...this would scare me too. Poor Wayne, that snow sure looks very heavy!!! I pray that he won't have to do this no more this winter. Mary, your card is absolutely breathtaking!! That Eifel Tower is awesome and that lave...so yummy! I truly love everything about this BEAUTY!! Your page is amazing too and I always am at awe on how well you manage the digi thing.....I still have not figured it out.

Doris D.

Your card is beautiful. I love that set. I hope Wayne doesn't have to shovel any more snow. That looks really dangerous.

Ann Schach

Beautiful card, Mary! And your word art is fabulous! I am with you...I would be very nervous with Wayne on the roof!

Marisa Page

Mary I loved reading your post and your creations are fantastic :)

lean de ruiter

beautiful card and page Mary and the roof action looks verry scarry to me.


Mary I love the card, and the layout too! I admire Wayne for doing all that shoveling! WOW...we got snow, but nothing like you guys did! Thanks for sharing your creations.

Gail R.

The vintage Valentine card is just beautiful, and the lace adds a romantic touch! I don't like change either, Mary. I really never have liked it and more so now since I'm older. And, I am not going to complain about snow anymore...hope you and Wayne stay warm and the spring thaw comes early. :)

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