Domestic goddess from Hanna stamps is packed and ready to go & clean the stamping condo by Pat's house. I won the domestic goddess from Hanna stamps post card challenge.
Thanks Kristi, You Rock!
Ok, I am getting carried away with my first challenge and I cant help it! Sorry Sistah's!
Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2008 GMT Views: 342
This is adorable, how great you won it!! I love a lot of these Hanna stamps, but must contain myself!! What does it mean if your house is a mess and you haven't created a card in days either, oh my I'm bad!! Love the coloring and layout on this, do you have any of that paper left?? I think I have it too, not sure though. I guess I better get thinking of at least one card, as you rock out adorable card after adorable card!!
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Tue, Apr 08, 2008 @ 8:30 PM
Sue! You maniac! You are knocking the Twisted Sistah's right out of the bus! Holy cow! Each card gets better! I love this one- it's my fav. I think she totally would cook and clean for us in our all-girl Stamp Condo. I just got this set and haven't played with it yet. You inspire me Sue- thanks for all your great additions! You rock!
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Tue, Apr 08, 2008 @ 9:17 PM
Sue, only I could wish I was cleaning rather than leaving all these comments, but, oh, this one is ever so deserving of recognition. Fabulous take on the TSC 7. You're a tough one to follow. So tough, I think I'll just have to bow out this week. Simply fabulous!
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