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December 20, 2011


margie c

Such a sweet card! I love how you colored Tess, she's beautiful!
Happy Holidays :)

Heather D.

OH MY GOODNESS!!! you are just the best ever! I love looking at your work. Stunning works of heART all of the time. You really make me smile. You always capture the image and create around it in a way that just makes them (her) shine. Beautiful!!!

I hope you and your family have a blessed and merry Christmas.


What an adorable little girl, Tracy! Fabulous coloring and excellent paper choice. It really does look like she's on a short stroll through her neighborhood. Yep, we've missed you all right, but certainly understand being so busy there's no time to post. Today, I'll be posting my last card until after Christmas and maybe until after the New Year arrives. So, best of the holidays to you and yours. Maybe we should share all our cookies?? :-D

Jodi Collins

This is ADORABLE girlie!! LOVE this image and your coloring! Merry Christmas!


Completely cute, love how you did the fence, that's so clever!

Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute

Hi Tracy. All your creations are so beautiful. I've admired all the copic colored cards I've seen in blogland for so long. What I've been wondering is, how do you even begin to get started. I know that copic markers are a multi process and that's what makes the coloring so beautiful but where do you begin to learn. I'm not a stamper but dying to start with something simple. I wish they sold a beginners kit with everything needed to create one card with instructions. Can you give me any direction. I can't afford to start something that would cost $50.00.

Thanks...Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute


so are so good with scene cards!!! your colouring skills are the subtle shadowing on Kid Tess, and that you inked sweet little polka dots on her hat. what a great idea to put the snowflake on her have such an eye for detail, tracy! tfs:)

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