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  1. Congratulations on your appointment to the DT. Your comment on using Brusho caught my eye as I have been trying to buy this product for a month now through an art store. I did get notice just today that they are shipping me two of the colors I have requested. Can't wait to try them. But unfortunately my main order is delayed again until May 1. Love your owl, as I guess you could call me a owl lover. I have two dies and many stamps of owls. You might say the owl is a connection I have with my granddaughter (now 17) as when I send her a card it has an owl some place on the card. Look forward to your work especially with the Brusho.

    1. Aww thank you so much Stephanie for your lovely comment! I LOVE Brusho I went and got some more colours too so I will be playing with those very soon. I am sure your granddaughter loves your cards xox

  2. How can I find the stencil you used for the background in the Unity card ... it was a floral Jot? I love it so and would love to purchase one just like it! My name is Daisy and it looks like a daisy to me... Thank you -- and love watching your work! You are amazingly talented!

    1. Hello Daisy I only just saw this message. I found the stencil at the dollar store.


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