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  1. wbwriter
    11-26-2015 10:22 PM - permalink
    wbwriter
    Love the decorative corner card you did the tutorial on. I would love to know where you got the stamped silhouette image from. What company has that stamp?
  2. Karenth1
    11-25-2015 09:35 AM - permalink
    Karenth1
    Hi Laura, beautiful card! I love new ways to have folds and display cards that can stand too! Question on your picture on front there are two large snowflakes what dies did you use for those? I'm looking for snowflakes that have the straight edge like that so many of mine are smaller and delicate- I like how bold these are. Thank you for sharing!
  3. Scor-Pal
    10-30-2014 04:42 PM - permalink
    Scor-Pal
    Laura, We would like to send you the new Scor-Pal Eighths Scoring Board. Could you send your address to me at ladydian@shaw.ca. The Lever card is an awesome project.
    Diana Crick
  4. jcrocker
    07-17-2013 03:55 AM - permalink
    jcrocker
    I love this card and by the end of today I will make one! Thanks for sharing your talent and helping the rest of us to see the diversity of using our dies to make cards. I always try to come up with multiple uses for dies and this tutorial just opened my eyes to many different uses. Thanks again!
  5. salabob
    05-01-2013 05:47 AM - permalink
    salabob
    Do not apologize for your tutorial. Some folks go out of their way to find something to gripe about. I look at the finished products and then the tutorials if I am interested. Keep them coming.
  6. ali448
    04-30-2013 10:51 PM - permalink
    ali448
    Hi Laura,
    I love the lever card tutorial. It is so well done & I think I'll be able to make one thanks to the great job you did. Regarding the comment about the religious sentiment, please don't stop using them just because one person was "offended" by it. I dont know how she was able to even read it--I couldn't see what it said. Stand firm in your faith & don't be ashamed or afraid to share it. We Christians have given in to the intolerance of non-believers so much that now we are the "bad guys". It makes me angry and sad to have someone make a negatgive comment about your choice of a religious sentiment. Know that you are appreciated and supported by the majority of SCS members.
  7. Brook567
    04-24-2013 12:34 PM - permalink
    Brook567
    Laura,
    Your lever card was awesome! I tend to be more of a simple fold card person but the stamps you used where what made me read on. I have that stamp set and enjoyed seeing it used in a way I hadn't thought, along with a new fold I think I'll try. Have a blessed rest of your week!
  8. indycurt
    04-24-2013 08:37 AM - permalink
    indycurt
    Laura,

    Just wanted you to know I was really very upset with Stephanie's comment about your using God on the tutorial card. So upset, that I left a comment that ended up being removed. LOL But I just wanted you to know that I think Stephanie was completely out of line for leaving that comment, and people like her turn my stomach. I love the irony of her comment: "If you want the cards to appeal to the widest audience. . ." Well, Christians ARE the widest audience, not the non-believers like her. I just wanted you to know that I think you are super talented and one classy lady. I read your response and it had so much class. Way more than my response to her did, that's for sure! LOL Best, Curt

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  • About Laura M. Lipe
    Biography
    I love punch art and fancy folds--oh, and stamping, of course.
    Location
    Pisgah Forest, NC
    Interests
    Volunteer work at my church, beading, quilting
    Occupation
    Retired
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    Smiles, Laura

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