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Old 11-28-2013, 03:23 PM   #1
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Hi everyone.. just wanted to say Hi and Hello from Ireland. I've only recently started card making and I'm hooked. I'm already hooked on soap making and making other bath & body products ... the cards are my new thing, yet another thing to spend money on!!!

One question... how do you know when you make something good? I've made some cards and I like them but I'm just not sure if they're good or not.
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Hi Celine and welcome from New Zealand! You will find a wealth of inspiration and friendly advice here so have fun exploring the forum and spending money! Oh, and to answer your question, the desire for quality is inherent, so if you like your cards then they are good.
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Hi Celine! Welcome!! You will love it here.

I know my cards are good if I like them I agree with Stephanie. Anything else is just a bonus.

Please let me know if I can help you with anything on the site!
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Hi Celine, welcome from a neighbour from just across the little sea rather than the big Pond!

I agree with Stephanie and Lydia - if you enjoyed making it and/or giving it to somebody else brought you pleasure then it's good! We all have different styles and different tastes so coming up with any sort of absolute scale is impossible.

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Hi everyone.. just wanted to say Hi and Hello from Ireland. I've only recently started card making and I'm hooked. I'm already hooked on soap making and making other bath & body products ... the cards are my new thing, yet another thing to spend money on!!!

One question... how do you know when you make something good? I've made some cards and I like them but I'm just not sure if they're good or not.
Welcome Celine from Dublin! You are so lucky to have Waltzingmouse Stamps in your backyard! I love her stamps and I buy from her frequently. Splitcoast is a fantastic place to surf ....a lot of talent and a place I frequent for picking up some great deals and any question I ask whether it is about the grout on my tile or the angel wing on my die....it is always answered by someone! Great to have you here...and all the way from Ireland!

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