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August 14, 2013


jan m

Really loving how you used the leaves on the stars! Great look!

Suzanne Russell

I love overlaying the star with the stamped leaves! Thanks for a brilliant idea, Melissa!


LOVE the Mighty Oak card. Great design and that is a cool template. Thanks for the instructions, too. As well, the stamps, colors, die-cuts and designs on your autumn blessings card are terrific, too. Nice work! :)


Love your first tree but I'm amazed at myself I just love the bareness of the second! I love watching the trees change colour in the Autumn, leaves falling but then the bare limbs are left....makes me wish for Spring again! But seriously love all your elements but also think the notched stars banner was the clincher, love stars. Love the real ones too!

Larissa Heskett  =)

OMG!! I am LOVING your Creations Melissa!! I agree SO ready for FALL!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)


amazing :)


Oh Melissa, your projects are always my favorites!! I love the combination of the white tree with the vintage newspaper bag. And the little details like the vellum leaves and little pearls. And your beautiful stars. I love it all. ;)

Holly Saveur

LOVE it!


Oh my....trees, trees....absolutely love them...this may be one I just "gotta have right away" Thank you for your inspiration...

Nancy Penir

Beautiful inspiration for all of us, Melissa. The leaves of the first card stitched remind me of a vintage wedding dress! Love the way you used the leaves in the second card as petals, and then put them on the star. Lovely!


JeanFB said it so completely. Your creations are my favorites, too. I love the way you think as evidenced in your beautiful projects.

Ros Crawford

Oh my these are stunning!!!

georgie wood

Your variations are amazing with that set.

Linda Gibb

WOW! I like the white-washed look of your tree & leafs against the old newsprint background. Quite a different take on this stamp set. I like that!

Betty  B.

Your cards using Mighty Oak are a breath of fresh air--really unique and beautiful!

Juanita in Ohio

Your white, gold and silver oak looks as if it is floating above the background papers, how genius.
Your Cover Plate: Burlap just solidified the fact that I have to have it! TFS

Becky Green

YES!!!!!! I'M READY FOR FALL after seeing all of your GORGEOUS creations!!!!!!!!!:) HOW WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!! LOOOOOOOVE the VINTAGE FEEL on your first project!!!!!!!!The printed paper bag... Makes me want to DIVE INTO my papers RIGHT NOW!!!! AND your second project, is TOTALLY STUNNING!!!!!! Falling Stars & Falling Leaves!!!!!!:)WONDERFULLY DONE!!!!!!!!!!! :)LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS ONE TOO!!!!!!!:)


Oh, your cards are Gorgeous!!!
And meaningful too.
Love the heart on the first card, such a beautiful detail!
And your colourcombo's are perfect, just like your lay outs.


Grace So

Your cards are gorgeous. Love all the techniques. Thank you

Patty O'Malley

Love both these unique cards! I most definitely am ready for fall, and we are getting a taste of it today. Absolutely gorgeous day! Temps in mid 70s and dipping down tonight to 50s. Bring on fall!

Susan Gosman

Such creativity - such inspiration!

Marianne Lamb

Melissa, your Mighty Oak card with the white leaves is exquisite. I love all the extra touches of the heart with the little button, the background paper, and the vellum leaves. I love, love, love this card. You sold this set with your sample. Thank-you.


elegant and refined - love your work. Thank you for giving us inspiration with this great new set!


Such pretty projects Melissa! I LOVE the leaves layered on your stars!!


Hi Melissa! I always look forward to your PTI posts. I love your style of card making but cannot achieve the same look as I always end up doing plain cards. I just wanted to say your cards are always beautiful and thank you for sharing your talents with us. Have a nice day!

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