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February 25, 2015


Patty O'Malley

I absolutely love this tag, Melis! I love this style. Beautiful! Can you make one for me?
I'm not tech savvy--I like what you did with the quote (I own that card!).


What a beautiful Easter tag! I love the embellishments and the cute button used as a play on words. Adorable!


So beautiful!

Arielle Berceau

Perfection...I am constantly amazed by your beautiful creations. How you never run out of have a true gift!


WONDERFUL shabby tag, Melissa! Adorable chick button. Super layers of papers, die cuts and your junk bows are always fab. :)

Samra Leshinski

Just gorgeous!!! Thank you for the inspiration :)

Lola Goldberg

Melissa, I have it in my head that several years ago you mentioned (most likely something PTI-related) that you used a certain product instead of hot glue. On my Crafting Goods Pinterest board, I have a product by Beacon Adhesives that is called Fabri-tac. When I pinned this product, I described it as 'Instead of hot glue.' I believe it to be the product that you mentioned. I'm trying to clarify this because I've purchased a kit to make beautiful paper flowers. The instructions call for hot glue, which I refuse to use because of the mess and fear of burning myself. Would you be able to let me know if, in fact, the Fabri-tac was the product you might have mentioned as an alternative to hot glue and, if it is, if you think it would be suitable for a project like paper flowers (using floral tape and wire). I'll do anything to avoid hot glue (even the cooler versions)! I also want to take a moment to thank you for all of the beautiful projects that you create and share with so many of us online. You have a special gift, and I always look forward to seeing how you sprinkle your sunshine on your projects.


Oh so shabby cute. I love your fun layers and layers always. The little images are adorable. Photoshop..?? I've been reading, watching Youtube, looking for ways, but I think it is just dive in and learn. I'd like a class on it. I love all the things others have been doing with whatever it is they use. Good Luck, have fun I'm sure things to come from you learning will be great for all of us. Enjoy a fun day.

Rhonda Strickland

Yet again...another CUTE creation!! Love it. :o)

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