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May 01, 2011



GIRL!!!! This is gorgeous!! You did an awesome job incorporating different ways of using border stamps! I love the flag border and all the embossing! I've been so into heat embossing again and have been on a big search for that mustard zing! Loving yellow these days!
And big congrats on making a LO for this 2 peas class :)

Lisa Westphal

I absolutely LOVE the colors and textures on this LO!!! (I wish it were mine! -LOL!)
Awesome!! :)


great page, love your frame work x

Suzanne Sergi

This page is fabulous! I love all the stamping details!


Laura- did you hear that thud? It was my head. Laura Vegas and Nichol Magouirk all in one class...I am in Heaven....Wowzers. Your layout is SO GREAT! Love all the details and description you wrote.
Okay, back to real life. But what a great way to start a Week. You and Nichol. 2 of my FAVEs all in one spot...Thanks again for the inspiration and have a GREAT week.
Smiles from PA!

Lynn Ghahary

oh i love the different colors of zing here! what a fabulous layout! :) and the stitching ... in aqua no less! ;)


stinkin' cute! you are just so fabulous!


Whew...this LO must've taken you a while to make!! So many different elements - I especially like the heat embossed scallop border! Turned out great! :)

Krista Lund

very cool! i am a BIG fan of yours, Nichols and stamping! oh, and this lo! love the colors esp the yellow stamped frame.

Sara Rossi

You knocked this out of the park!! Love the stamping you added! SO so cool that you got to work with Nichol on this class! I love it!!


This is a great page. I also have those little friendly flags I love them! They are perfect for so many different things.

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