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September 15, 2008


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Fantastic tutorial Lacey!! I need to get my sweing machine out and give it a whirl, it really does finish the card of beautifully!!

Love your card. Great tutorial and very easy to follow. I'm going to have to try this.

Lacey, this was a great tutorial. I (honestly) stink at sewing on paper, but you make it look so easy that I think I'll try again :D

You were the Runner Up Tutorial of the Week at Card of the Week.com. You can see the original post here: http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/09/crafting-101--2.html.

I did use a picture from your post, with links back to the site and the original post. I hope that is OK. Please feel free to email me if you need me to change anything.

I also have an “I was featured” on badge for you if you want it :D

Congrats on being featured on Card of the Week! I love your quilted card. Great tutorial. I'm trying to incorporate sewing into my work too.

Very pretty! Awesome tutorial!!!

Awesome card and fantastic tutorial. TFS

Very nice work! This is the inspiration I needed to pull the sewing machine out of the back of the closet!

This is such a gorgeous card!

Great tutorial Lacey, Must say i'm a little nervous about stitching on my cards as i'm not that great at it. I will certainly be checking back here again when I get my machine out, Hugs, Nikki x

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