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November 15, 2008



Do you keep a sponge with each ink color or do you wash them out and use them with any color?

I love your website! Your projects are so inspiring. Thank you for all the time and effort you put into this.

Karen from Ontario

Dawn, I think you are so great to share all your ideas and resources. THANK YOU. I love your comment about everything is better with chocolate...I agree wholeheartedly!


Love these Dawn..........simple and sweet, and mailable with no extra postage!

Lisa M.

Thank you so much for this tutorial! I now finally have a quick and snazzy card that I can make! I whipped out a set of 4 thank you cards in 8 minutes tops! Fabulous!

Leah T.

Quick but lovley. Thank You so much for all the vidios you provide. It sure helps a new card maker like me.



These are soooo... cute. Thanks for sharing.


oooooooo, i like these very much! if you are making a lot of them, could you use re-inkers instead of an ink pad? or would the ink soak into the sponge too much?


Tooo cute...soo elegant! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial! {SMILES}


Thanks for the inspiration! I will give it a try.

Becky (nawlinslady)


Curt OBrien

Dawn, just wanted to let you know how much I think of you! You are just a gem with all the work you put into posting these videos. I just finished a tutorial on my blog (my first real one) and it was a ton of work. I just admire you, and wanted you to know that! Love your work! Best, Curt


You are wonderful! I always look forward to your tutorials.....Thanks so much!

Mary Anderson

These cards are lovely Dawn.You always come up with such wonderful projects.



Nicely done! Simple video, easy to follow for any skill-level crafter. I often use this technique. I also like to use it to make reverse borders. :)

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