Wednesday, March 24, 2010

JustRite Day 2 Mega March blog hop


Hi everyone and welcome to DAY 2 of the JustRite Stampers MEGA MARCH BLOG HOP!

I was thrilled to be asked to be a part of this amazing blog hop! I have a couple projects to share. All my supplies are from Sharon's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

First up, I made a card using the gorgeous image from the JustRite Breath of Spring set. I colored and cut out the image and popped it up inside the circle frame image from the My Garden set. I love using circle Nestabilities to create frames with these circle borders. I colored it with copic markers and popped it up on dimensions.

The lovely paper is from the Kaiser Craft, Lilac Avenue pad -such amazing purple, yellow and green colors in this line! I went with pops of yellow throughout the card, and the Yellow Twill ribbon was the final touch!

My card uses my friend Karen's Sweet Sunday Sketch. Here is a detail picture.

These next two cards use the JustRite Stampers Brayton Font and the From the Desk Of set. I made a couple masculine monogram cards for my dad. He is a very manly man, so I kept things VERY minimal.Seriously, I just HAD to make these when I saw the amazing papers in the Webster's Pages, A Proper Gentlemen pad. WHOA, these papers are so masculine and regal. Aren't they amazing? I show another piece in the pack for the card photos.

I used a small piece of the Brown Twill ribbon and a couple brads at the bottom. The circles were made from Circle Nestabilities .

Here are the blog hop details:

30 designers, FIVE shopping sprees each day. No one knows where the prizes will be! Each day of the hop JustRite will have five Mystery Blog Candy Prizes hidden along the hop with a total retail value of $600. JustRite will randomly select five mystery blogs each day of the hop and randomly allocate each of the shopping sprees. For your chance to win, simply leave a little love (a comment) on each designer’s blog including the JustRite blog. The more designers you leave comments with, the better your chances of winning. Each day’s comments will remain open for three days. A winner from each of the mystery blogs’ comments will be randomly chosen using Random.org. Consult the listing of designers at the JustRite blog each day (each day’s designers will be different) and start out on your way! Beginning Friday, March 26, summaries of all the winners will be posted on the JustRite blog. Good luck to everyone and enjoy all the JustRite eye candy along the hop!

Today during the JustRite Mega March Blog Hop (Day Two) JustRite and its sponsors will be giving away the following five prizes:

· $200 JustRite Shopping Spree
· $100 Spellbinders Shopping Spree
· $100 Stamp Simply Ribbon Store Spree, and
· Two additional $100 JustRite Shopping Sprees!

Blog comments for Day Two will be open until Friday at 6pm EST. On Saturday, JustRite will announce on their blog which five blogs have the mystery candy for Day Two. You will need to go to the JustRite blog to determine where you need to go to find out if you are one of the five lucky winners.

In conjunction with this Mega Blog Hop, The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store is pleased to offer ALL RIBBON BY THE SPOOL and ALL JUSTRITE PRODUCT IN STOCK at 10% off through 3/31. This sale applies to ribbon by the spool only, not cut yardage, and Just Rite product in stock. All prices listed in the store are FULL PRICE. 10% will be taken off when you are invoiced. To order your May Arts ribbon or JustRite stamps and other supplies, just email Sharon at ssj@up.net.
Thanks for stopping by and here is the blog hop list for today:

JustRite Inspiration Blog
Sharon Harnist
Sankari Wegman
Marianne Walker
Michelle Wooderson
Linda Duke
Barb Schram
Eva Dobilas
Liz Weber
Jeanne Streiff
Lori Craig
Sharon Johnson
Michelle Woerner -YOU ARE HERE
Sherry Cheever
Keri Lee Sereika
Lauren Meader
Michele Boyer
Lucy Abrams
Janine Blackwelder
Edna Morrisedie
Deb Saaranen
Melody Rupple
Charmaine Ikach
Michelle Giraud
Amy Crockett
Lydia Fiedler
Kelly Landers
Amber Hight
Margie Higuchi
Mary Pfaff
Debbie Seyer



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569 comments:

  1. Great cards Michelle!!! Love the daffodils and those monogram cards are very regal! Gotta make some of those for my brothers!

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  2. Great projects Michelle! The top card is so lovely with the cut details and popped blooms!

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  3. Love your cards! It is cool that you did some masculine cards! Nice change of pace!

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  4. Your cards are beautiful. The daffodil card is so elegant.

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  5. WOW -- talk about GORGEOUS! LOVE your purple and yellow floral card -- STRIKING! And monograms are so close to my heart and I LOVE that you did masculine ones -- they are GREAT!!!! FAB projects -- TFS!!!

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  6. LOVE how you embossed the background of the circle! Great card!

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  7. So much detail and the extras with embossing! Thanks for sharing.
    Cargo

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  8. I love your projects. Great happy colors and details!! So nice to see some cards for men, too!

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  9. Beautiful Michelle! I love how you popped the flowers up on the first card with the embossing behind it!

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  10. Love your daffodils, Michelle. Beautiful projects!

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  11. Stunning cards Michelle.

    stamp on...

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  12. I love the lavender and silver paper. The card is stunning. Thanks also for the masculine ideas. That's always a challenge for me.

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  13. WOW...Michelle, these are gorgeous...hard to find great masculine cards, but these sure are!

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  14. All your cards are stunning but I really love the daffodils. This is gorgeous.

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  15. I, too am a daffodil lady. Love the cards. Deanna

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  16. I realy like the use of the Swiss Dots behind the image in the frame - love it! Great masculine cards too!

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  17. Great cards. Your masculine cards are terrific!

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  18. Very nice cards. I love the masculine cards.

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  19. Great cards! Love the way you used the nesties to make a frame......makes me want to go make a card!

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  20. Great cards. Loved the purple & yellow combination. Your masculine cards are super.

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  21. Love the masculine cards. Always looking for ideas for these. Thanks Mari Pearson

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  22. Great cards...love the daffodils...and the "ribbon" used, too!!

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  23. Very pretty!!! I love them! And I love the masculine card too! TFS!

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  24. LOVE THE PURPLE CARD. VERY SPRING LIKE. GREAT JOB

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  25. Love, love, love your cards...very inspirational and creative!

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  26. You gave me such an inspiration..Head spins with ideas!

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  27. Both of these are lovely.....and great job....thank you for sharing with us today

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  28. So lovely!
    Karen

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  29. The daffodil card is very pretty and I am really liking the masculine cards.

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  30. Love these, and it's nice to see things with a masculine look to them!

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  31. So much inspiration today...love your cards. The cards for your father are so perfect for a man. And I like the way you popped up the flower.

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  32. Your work is amazing! Thank you, thank you, thank you for the great masculine cards - I always struggle with "guy" cards!

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  33. love the yellow and lavender combination...very spring-y

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  34. Great cards. I love how simple yet elegant the monogrammed cards look.

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  35. Love them all. And, what great "Man" cards; just perfect.

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  36. These are all beautiful and elegant! Lovely :)

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  37. Michelle, these are all great projects! I love that paper on the spring flowers card too! Loveliness.

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  38. The textures and colors are very nice.

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  39. Very pretty! I love how you put the image on the embossed circle in the first card; I will have to try that.

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  40. Beautiful projects! I especially love the watering can card. TFS!

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  41. love the masc cards..i have that dp and is perfect..tfs..loves ya

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  42. Great cards...love that you have (male) one too.
    smiles...Tammy

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  43. Great cards Michelle!

    Hugs,
    Karen

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  44. I love the purple and yellow color combination. Nice to see some masculine ideas too!

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  45. I love all of your cards but the first one is simply adorable. The splash of yellow really sets it off

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  46. Something for the men in our lives. Great work. Great idea.

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  47. I love the yellow ribbon on your first card. It really makes it stand out. The other two are equally as nice.

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  48. Love the masculine cards and your first one is a beautiful card using Karen's sketch.

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  49. Awesome monogram notes for a man!! Totally cool :)

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  50. Awesome monogram, and love the first card how you cut out the image.

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  51. Great man pads! lol, I mean gentleman pads! Love the project, they are cute, while still maintaining 'manliness'.

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  52. I am thinking I am going to hit stunning overload this week. Just awesome cards

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  53. Really cute love the yellow ribbon makes it pop :)

    BTW absolutely love the from the desk of stamp set :) Thanks for sharing

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  54. Great project. Thanks for sharing.

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  55. Great cards! Love the purple with the yellow! Robin P.

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  56. The first card is lovely and the masculine cards are great. They are ususally hard to do but you nailed it.

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  57. I really love your masculine cards!

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  58. Love these cards, but especially the daffodils. That pop of yellow ribbon is just perfect.

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  59. I love your cards! Such great contrast between the feminine and masculine cards! Viva La Difference! Thanks for sharing.
    Inky hugs,
    Janet

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  60. Lovely- thanks so much for sharing.

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  61. I love the POP of the yellow on that first card! And who DOESN'T need more notecards?

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  62. Great cards!! Masculine is so hard for me but wow you nailed it!! These are Fabulous!! And thanks for the tip I will go check out some ribbon!

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  63. Your daffodil card is gorgeous, but I really enjoyed your Dad's cards -- perfect cards for a manly man & we all struggle with those -- you certainly pulled it off well!

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  64. Always so hard to make boy cards. Thanks for the samples!

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  65. Love these cards! I love the blue and yellow combo!! Just stunning!!

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  66. Wonderful cards, Michelle! Your flowers are gorgeous and great masculine cards!!

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  67. Loves these cards. I run into brain blocks trying to come up with anything on the masculine side - these would work great. TFS

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  68. Love your cards. Daffodils are so pretty!

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  69. Your cards are just super. love the swiss dots. Love your other cards sometimes it is hard to make manly cards and your ideas just made it easier

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  70. I love all the textures and colours you used in the ladies card and your masculine cards are perfect!
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

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  71. Wow! great cutting on those popped up flowers!

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  72. Enjoyed seeing a masculine card. Good job :)

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  73. Beautiful 3D card and that monogram card is fantastic. "Hugs" Granny

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  74. I love these more masculine cards. I will take note as they are perfect for the men in one's life. VERY nice!

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  75. Fabulous cards Michelle!!! The purple with the yellow is absolutely perfect with the white space! Just gorgeous!!!!!

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  76. Totally different cards and they are all beautiful!

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  77. I love those, Michelle!! What a great idea for a gentleman. I should make some of those up so my sons can send thank you cards.

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  78. These are just lovely. Thanks for sharing them!

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  79. Fab cards....I cannot pick a fav..coloring is gorgeous.

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  80. Great cards. The purple is so sweet. Great idea for masculine cards. MERCI!!!!

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  81. Lovely cards. I often have a hard time making masculine cards, so I appreciate the inspiration!

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  82. Great cards, it's nice to see some masculine ideas, thanks!

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  83. pretty flower card and the monograms cards would be wonderful for guys!

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  84. Want to do a stationary set & these would be great.

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  85. Great work! Love how you cut out the flowers and pop dotted them.

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  86. I love how CAS the masculine cards are!! I am all over them!!

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  87. love the dimension on the daffodil card, and the soft colors, too. the masculine card is just fab, too!

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  88. Very nice! I love the color combination on the first card. I like the masculine look of the other two.

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  89. Very nice, Glad to see some manly cards. Not to many of those out there. And love the title of your blog!

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  90. Your lavender card is just so beautiful and the other two cards are good looking masculine cards!! tfs

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  91. Great cards! Love the masculine cards!

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  92. What great cards! I especially like the yellow one! Thanks for the opportunity to win some candy!

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  93. very nice - love the masculine monogrammed note cards!

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  94. Wonderful cards!!! The 1st one is incredible!!!

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  95. These are great, especially the masculine monogrammed cards.

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  96. Love your masculine card creations!

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  97. Love the contrast of the yellow twill ribbon. It's gorgeous.

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  98. Such pretty color combo. I like the lilac paper used.
    TFS

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  99. Great cards and I love the masculine tone also.

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  100. Beautiful cards. Pretty colors and details too. Thanks for sharing.

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  101. Fabulous cards! I love the popped up image on the dotted oval in the first card. Lots of great dimension. The masculine cards are simple, yet striking.

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  102. Michelle, your cards are fantastic. I never know what to do for a masculine card. Thank you for such a great idea.

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  103. I just love the lavender color!

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  104. Great masculine cards and very professional looking.

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  105. great colour choices on the cards! i LOVE anything purple... =)

    hugs
    juli

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  106. I love your first card because of the colors and layout. However, I'm always so happy to see a card that I can use as inspiration for the males in our lives. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  107. I love me some purple ! OMgosh..that card is beyond gorgeous !

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  108. love the cards - and the color combos are great!

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  109. Nothing says 'spring' like daffodils! Beautiful!

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  110. Love your cards! Thanks for the fun hop and all the inspiration.

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  111. Love, love, love your cards.

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  112. Thanks so much for card ideas for the men in our lives. Beautiful.

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  113. very nice projects. I love the top card with the pop of yellow ribbon. Really draws the eye to your flowers. I also like the masculine cards too. Those type of cards are always so difficult to create.
    TFS

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  114. Love the cards!! A little something for everyone in the family!!

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  115. The second two cards are simple, but attractive cards that our men can use, but I love the purple one best! What a pretty presentation!

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  116. Love the designs! Cute stamps. I want them, lol!

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  117. Such elegant cards! I think your dad will love either of the gentleman's cards.

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  118. I love those masculine cards! They look so regal!

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  119. I love all of your projects

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  120. Wow! wonderful job!

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  121. All great, but really like the man cards.

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  122. Beautiful work. Great to see a masculine card. Thank you for sharing.
    Shirley
    http://cottonberrycreations.blogspot.com/

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  123. I love Rob too! Thanks for brightening my day with your photos! Your card is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you!

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  124. great colors and patterened papers too. love the whole thing.

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  125. Love the daffodils, and I really like the masculine cards for something different.

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  126. I love your cards!! Especially the daffodil one and all the little details you added to this card. Thanks for sharing!!

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  127. Great cards. The first satisfies my girly, lots o' layers and the masculine satisfies my clean and simple.
    Thanks!
    Sharon L

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  128. Oh Michelle,

    What lovely cards!! I simply love each of them. Your dad is a lucky man!! Thanks for sharing.

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  129. Love to see the monogram ideas -- that's what hooked me on Just Rite in the first place! And I love the purples/lavenders!

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  130. The first card is just wonderful. Love the colors, placement and details. The masculine cards are great because they aren't the easiest ones to find the proper supplies for. Great job.
    God bless!
    Peggy Allen

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  131. Beautiful cards! Thanks for showing some masculine ones.

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  132. Wow! Very pretty. I love the way you cut out the flower pot. That layered look is awesome! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  133. Thanks for showing masculine cards! Also, I really like the yellow ribbon on the first card--really pops.

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  134. Love what you've done with these. So inspirational.

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  135. GREAT cards - love the manly one!

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  136. Great cards!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  137. LOVE the masculine cards! The daffodils are beautiful too! Your coloring with copics is fantastic!

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  138. Your cards are so pretty. Great job!!

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  139. LOVED seeing some inspiration for masculine cards--beautiful!!

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  140. Maculine and elegant at the same time with the monograms.
    The layers and embellishments make a wonderful nesting place for the blossom.

    Glenda

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  141. Those cards are perfect for a guy. Great color combination, too.

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  142. Nicely done; looks so spring-ish. Thanks for sharing.

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  143. Love the "man" cards - that argyle is perfect. And your first card is so pretty - lovely color combination.

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  144. Great cards - I especially LOVE the monogram cards. Gives me some inspirations for manly cards, which sometimes are so hard to do!

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  145. I like the dimension of the card.

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  146. I really like the lilac and yellow combination. Also, I love that you popped the flowers up on the embossed circle. What a great idea! Your cards are truly lovely!

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  147. I love your daffodil card. The purple and yellow make such a spring-like creation. I liked your layout and the use of the embossing folders. I also loved your masculine cards. That Graphic 45 paper is perfect! Thanks for sharing.

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  148. I love your color combinations for all your cards. Thanks for posting a great masculine card idea. Very classy!

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  149. Beautiful cards!! Love everything about them!!

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  150. beautiful cards and project.
    syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

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  151. Great cards! I really like your "manly" cards! :)

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  152. Thanks for including a "manly" card. I definitely need more ideas in this area!!

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  153. I love your cards, especially the masculine ones! Great job!

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  154. m, you covered both ends of the spectrum with ease, finesse and 'just rite' stamps...lol. Feminine and masculine...poetic justice.

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  155. I am always on the look out for masculine-looking cards. These are perfect.

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  156. love that fun squiggly thread! Very nice!

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  157. Great projects! Thanks for sharing

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  158. Such beautiful cards. Love all the detail in the flower can and flowers

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  159. Such beautiful cards! I think my favorite are the manly ones! :) Mine usually include pink and glitter!

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  160. Wonderful cards, love the masculine ones. The popped up flower can is awesome!

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  161. Love the masculine cards - perfectly regal:)!

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  162. Thanks for the ideas for the men in our lives....however, the first card is a real WOW!!!!!!

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  163. Great cards, thanks for the idea on a manly card...

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  164. Glad tosee some male cards, very inspiring

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  165. I love the color combo on the first card, and I really like the masculine cards those are always the hardest. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  166. Wonderful cards! Thanks for some masculine cards, which we don't see too often.

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  167. Great cards, I especially love the masculine ones, they are always so hard to come up with!

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