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March 25, 2008


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Wow! That's a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing this tip!!



Hi Suzanne! Thanks for the glitter letter tip. I always thought everyone was using chipboard letters...shows what I know. :o) Thanks for sharing! Oh, and by the way, I made your green bean casserole for Easter dinner. It was loved by all! Very yummy indeed! Thanks for that too.

Can't wait to see what you are doing!
I made the green bean casserole and my family really liked it! We had some leftovers and I reheated it the next day and I swear it was even better then! Definitely a keeper! Thanks!

Love your technique! I was thinking you could do the stamps and then draw the little peaks on the letters like Pam uses all the time... would make that type of letter easier to do too.

Martha Stewart sells a glue in a ball point pen. Oh my goodness! It is my best friend!! you write a word.... glitter... and it is perfectly fine and pretty. You would love it!

Wow what a great idea.
Anything simple that works is ideal.
Thanks for sharing

Great tip. You may it look easy-peasy. I just may be the last one to know!!

Have a great evening!!

Robin/Southern Bella

Everything you do is wonderful Suzanne...can't wait to see the finished project!

OOH great tip THANKS for sharing!!!

Good idea! Thinking of you often hope your having a great week! Take care my dear!! Love,Lori

OK! I love this idea! I just tried it and it worked so perfectly! So easy! Thanks so much for the info! I look forward for more blogging! Julie

I just hope am also creative like you.. wonderful!

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