. . . but this one's just for you!
This is lovely, Michele - so sweet! Jo x
You're are so good at keeping up with this classes' homework...and, doing it so fantastically. I, on the other hand, am failing miserably.
Beautiful Card, Have a great day.
Adorably cute! Love that patterned paper too...
Oh my friend you are going to the top of the class, were you this good at school too? ps love the subtle colours in your card design!
Gorgeous Michelle T x
You are rockin' that homework.....adorable!
I know you did very well at the culinary school, but now I'm convinced that you are a diligent student of any subject. Great for you, Michele!The overlapping die-cuts technique sounds (and looks) very interesting! Love the clever design, the unique sentiment, and the choice of the patterned paper.Hideko xx
first, i love the color combination. second, i love the unexpected whale. third, i love the composition. =) very nice work!
Well isn't this S'whale ~ hehe!! I like the teeny stars on the pp. Super cute Michele!
Bet you're getting A+++ on your homework each day! This is adorable! The patterned paper is wonderful for the letters and I love the sweet whale.
This is a ton of fun! Great use of the letters and that is a sweet looking whale. You are acing your homework, my friend! :)
Super duper cute and full of punny fun!!! Clever idea!
Simply splendid, Michele ... love how that sweet whale is pushing the 'O' to one side ... so clever! The subtle background embossing is delicious too ... adds texture to the ocean! Hugs, Anita :)
Check you out, getting all of your homework done! This is such a CUTE card, Michele! I love the patterned papers you chose for the alphas and whale, and your CAS design is simply perfect! A+++ for you again, my friend!!!
Oh my so far this one is my favorite. YOu are rocking the homework hon.
To the front of the class!! A+++
This is GENIUS!! I LOVE that fun sentiment and your whale!!! Total perfection!!
Cuuuute! I will have to give this technique a try! Love this sweet card so much! :) :) :)
As if you needed classes to come up with such spectacular designs, Michele.
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