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April 12, 2011

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Al

Beautiful cards as usual. The retro Easter cards are really cute. Always fun to see what you come up with.

Bev

I love what you did with the new PTI alphabet, the postage die and Love Lives Here. I was hoping to see something that appealed to my style during the group post. Thank you for supplying that with your lovely card.

Rebecca D

Lovely,as always. I love the use of the alpha blocks with Love Lives Here (an all time favorite of mine). Thanks for sharing.

Joy_L

so lovely projects

Noreen

I like the way you made little houses with the Alpha blocks!

viva

Beautiful cards!! The first one is astonishing!

Vio

Oh that is SO cute! totally creative and inspiring :o)

Wendy ten Hove

Wauw! Combining that with the Love lives here set is wonderful! This card is perfect! The O from Love lives here is so pretty with the letters together. Amazing!! The vintage easter project is also a beauty, how cute, these duckies!!
Hugs, Wendy

Gabby

Love the way you used the little blocks and letters to make houses! Very cool! Like your vintage Easter chipboard projects, too. :)

Anne T

Awesome projects! I love the sweet little home card with the "o" with a heart:)

Moira

Love your card - so bright and cheery for Spring! Thanks for sharing :)

Kelly Schirmer

Ack LOVE that HOME card! Love the colors and the little details... so cool to hear that the letters fit into the postage stamp dies. The mini scalloped edge adds such charm to your little houses! And your vintage Easter projects are so darling!

jan m

Your HOME card is delightful!!

Kathy H

Love the pairing of the house tops with the alpha blocks!

Donna M.

Oh, Melissa, what a beautiful card you made with Alpha-Blocks! I just love it (as I do everything you make)!

Karen

Your card with the Alph Blocks is fabulous! Love Lives Here is one of my favorite sets and you just bumped it up another notch!

Marci

I *LOVE* both of these projects! The alpha-blocks card is one of the best cards I have seen in a long time! Your talent never ceases to amaze me! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!! Such an inspiration!!!

Geri

Oh, my goodness, Melissa!! That Papertrey card is perfection!! Those blocks with the stamp die are such a cute idea and your design, as usual, really makes them shine!! Have a great day!!

Susan Beauchaine

ADORABLE! Absolutley adorable! I wan't sure I was interested in the blocks, but... I LOVE your idea of the postage stamp die & houses, so cute!
Thanks for sharing
Susan

Amy Baldwin

I absolutely adore your "home" card, it is so fabulous! I love what you did with the Vintage Easter Kit too, so fun...love all the details!

Carol R

Just love the Home card! It has a bright and sunny feel to it. And the vintage Easter kit is darling.

Karey

Love, love, love your alpha blocks card.

Diane Jaquay

I love that the new alpha stamps fit in the postage stamp die, and the card you made is the best I've seen of this release, ~~LOVE~~

Lisa Petrella

BEAUTIFUL work, Melissa! I LOVE that you showed how perfectly the alpha blocks set works with the postage die and Love Lives Here. I have both of those items, and I always like to be able to mix and match the products I purchase!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

Atticelf

Houses - great idea!

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