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To honor Cardmaking day

HI, It's Jean to share some beautiful card creations.  Saturday was Cardmaking Day.

We have so much talent within our team both current and past members.  I though I would share their cardmaking work for your inspiration today.

Our Product Partner is Royal Brush this month and you will be enjoying lovely creations in a variety of mediums. Royal is more than just brushes!

Angelic painting outside the lines by Jean. This card was done on cream cardstock, rubber stamped and embossed with gold embossing powder.  I then used watercolors to paint outside the lines!

Sit back and enjoy the gorgeous cards. Let's share PINK love by Eunice Pitman.


Next up is one of our alumni Canadian Artists, Christine Telega


We adore our Aussie Artist, Danie May

Lyneen Jesse is AMAZING, not only as an artist, but as our Blog Director.

Roni Johnson has crazy mad talents with collages and so much more

Sure hope you were inspired by some PINK today.

As we know October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month.   Please do your self breast exams. I know three women who are alive today because they did.  All are Survivors and going strong!

My sister found a lump at 36.  My Mom was only 56.  My dearest friend, only 50 when she was diagnosed.   

Take care of YOU

hugs from Jean


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