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January 08, 2010



My kitchen is pink and turquoise, so I'd be remaking my bulletin board for spring...and new magnets for the fridge! Then I'd make a few cute cards, and finally, add bits of it to my inspiration board for studio ideas

Peek At My Paper

Beautiful Papers. I would be using them for home dec items for sure!
Thanks so much and Congratulations!


Margie: Lovin' the feminine look of the line yet it's not too youngish. Just the right fit for my Samantha. She becomes a teenager late this month so how perfect would this be for her craft party! We'll be scrapping (what else!) And these would make great decorations. Of course, I could then scrap all those bday pics!

Dawn-Rene Tomlinson

So . . , I'm loving your new line!!!!!

My question is . . . Will Girl's Loft members be receiving some of your new prettiest in future kits???


Danielle Taylor

Oh this is all just so beautiful! You can alter canvases, frames, wine bottles, make lovely floral bouquets and not to mention all the lovely scrapbook pages!!

Patty C

I love the colors ... so soft and feminine. It looks like it would be a lot of fun to make a spring banner with or perhaps decorate a frame with. Can't wait to see more!

Mary Beers

I would use it on ATC's. I love making them.
Plan on stopping by the booth at CHA to meet you.
Mary in Minnesota

Amy K

Oh my gosh these are gorgeous! I have a so many pictures of my little girl I could with these. So many ideas swimming in my head!

Mary Beers

By the way, I love the avatar's that your program assigns to each comment.

Paula Wessells

Congrats Margie! I am so happy for you -
It looks like your new line is perfect for an album for my niece Amaya. I know for a fact that she would fall in love with you because she loves all things pink and is ALL girl through and through...


What a pretty pink sewing machine! The pictures make me think about spring and the flowers that come with it. First, I would finish off my Christmas thank you notes, then put away Christmas so I could welcome spring without the burden of winter. Then I'd dust off my sewing machine and get started on pretty spring valentine cards! I can't wait to see what you do - Kerry

Sandy F.

Margie - Congrats, this looks like a great line of papers and I can't wait to see more of them. They look perfect for the upcoming spring season! Best wishes,


I have spent my life talking about going to Paris, and finally booked my tickets for June. I think these would work well with all the vintage treasures I am sure to find in Paris flea markets and hanging around all the little shops I plan to visit in the 3rd and 4th Arr. Bonne chance! (To me to be picked, to you that you sell out your beautiful line!)

Linda Standart

I want to make a scrapbook page with photos of my Grandmother, mother, myself and my daughters at approximately the same ages. This would be perfect for the page I have been mentally constructing.

Sandy Enloe

I'm not sure what I would make with it. Maybe do some pages for my DD album, I'm only a few years behind and they would go great with so many of her pictures since she is a girly girl!


I have a niece who just had the first girl baby in our family for quite some time. I want to make a brag books for them and grandma!!! Girlie papers are just the ticket.


I love the soft pastel color of your line. So lovely. Makes me think of my daughter all the time. I would make mini albums and layouts and cards with them.


I would get my Mom's old black and white albums out and help her work on updating them....You're papers are awsome....I sooo wish I could be in Califorina to see them in person and meet you......You papers look ammmazzzzzinggggg. Can't wait to get some in my hot little hands and create something wonder....thanks for the sneek peaks - love the banners - I think a spring time one is needed to brighten up our cold and gloomy here in Washington State.
Tracy in Kennewcik, WA


Last year my mother and a friend of hers decorated our garden for my birthdayparty. They did a great job. So now I'm preparing a few cardmaking and scrapbooking workshops for them to thank them for their help. Your paper would fit in perfectly. Good luck with the girls' paperie. I do hope it will be for sale in the Netherlands to in the future!

Katie B

Well I have 2 girls so I could easily put those lovely papers to use in their scrapbooks!!!! Lovin it Margie!

Heidi Gore

I am in the mood for some fun flowers to make it look a little like Spring. So, I could run the paper through my cuttlebug and cut out some cute flowers from your cute paper and mount them on sticks to make a paper flower bouquet. Okay, I might even make some cards, layouts and share the rest with my crafting friends.

Karen in Canton, MI

Love the fresh, feminine colors of your new line! The papers would be fabulous on my spring cards, but I'd use them first to create a "hope" album for a dear friend battling cancer. Best of luck at CHA!


First, I would bring it to the monthly scrapbook club I teach so that they could Oooh and Aaah too.

Then, I would make some lovely cards and tags for my husband's 92 year old grandmother. Every time I make them for her she is so thrilled she says she'll "have to save them for a coronation" but really I know that she uses them to keep in touch with the many, many friends and family members she loves. So they spread a lot of joy!

Nice work, BTW! :^)

Sherri Morris

Love the little peeks! It looks adorable! Although I live in a house with all boys....I would certainly be using this line for my album!


These colors and patterns are PERFECT for the photos I just took of my DD5 playing "dress up" with her dollies! She's a sweet girly-girl and this sweet collection would match her beautifully.

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