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April 06, 2012

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Patty O'Malley

Very pretty card! I just love the glitter, too. I'm curious now to see your little one's new look. I know she must look so cute!

Carole

Wonderful card and I love how it all came together and I bet your little girl looks awesome! How grateful another child will be because of your child's caring heart.

sharon wheet

First, what a generous child. And she has lovely parents, too.
Now, on to your fabulous card. I just love your 'look' and your attention to detail, to take the time to sand, paint, and all, on your chipboard. Great card! and I will be checking out this new adventure of yours.
A huge fan of yours, hugs, sharon w.

Stephanie

My daughter and I would love to see a picture of your little bean and her new do. My little bean has been growing her hair out for Locks of Love since the fall and is getting very excited to cut it. She even talked her four girl cousins into doing it with her and the youngest one just cut her hair last week and she looks adorable.

I am always tickled when you refer to your sweet sweet baby girl as your bean...........I don't know if you call her a particular kind of bean or just bean but mine is now nine and she has and will always be my sweet sugar bean or bean for short. ;-} They just grow up way too quickly.

Sue Morris

I haven't had a chance until now to stop and tell you how beautiful your cards and projects are! I am so excited every time I receive an email with another lovely inspiration. Thank you for sharing your lovely creations with us! This is so gorgeous!!

Kolleen moss

One of my sons has Alopecia universalis. Meaning he hs no body hair. The immune system attacks the hair. He had lost eyelashes eyebrows by Christmas break senior year in high school. 11 years later no hair. I have a dear young friend of our family who has donated twice to locks of love and my niece also did it once. He chooses to not wear any hair pieces but it is heartbreaking for us to not be able to do a thing. Children especially who loose their hair from cancer treatment and Alopecia suffer ridicule from ignorant kids. Even now for my son st 30 people still make hurtful remarks. It has been hard for him. Locks of love foes a wonderful service.

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