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Wednesday, November 09, 2016



All is right with the world -- Beachy is still coloring and sprinkling sequins for the greater good of card recipients everywhere. What a nice memory of your Mom's decorating taste and how pretty things were when we were kids. You did a marvelous job with the colors. I keep seeing you use your white gel pen and I may have to try that one of these days. Always giving me something to ponder as I contemplate my next little paper creation ---THANKS!


Broni the colors are a gorgeous combo! Fab coloring too! When I was little my mom has some of these kind of ornaments too. I always thought they were beautiful all sparkly!!

Bev Gerard / TexasGrammy

WOWZA, Broni!! I adore this color combo for the latest throw down! Plus ... your card is truly delightful! You're making me want to revisit my Copic stash! LOL

Leslie Miller

I love these colors and they look fabulous on your ornaments! Perfect simplicity again. You always rock it, Broni!

Susie Moore

Your card is delicious! I had to have the stamp set and was so excited to see that it was digital. I can hardly wait to use it!!!

Lynn Put

Your card is wonderful! Such a pretty holiday card and your coloring always amazes me.

Leigh Penner


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