Thanks! I'm happy someone does. :)
These are really neat! Very cute and clever.
Thank you! And thanks for taking the time to leave a comment!
Thanks for some fun images to print and use :)
You're welcome! It makes me happy to know that someone is using them. Thank you for the comment!
Thanks for sharing all your hard work!!!!
Thanks for sharing!! Lovely!
Thanks so much for sharing your work with the world. I'm new to Project Life and and so excited by the idea and the products! :) Thank you again!
Very cute and whimsical! Thank you!
Very nice! THANKS!!
You're welcome! Thanks for the comment! :)
Just starting Project Life and very much appreciate these goodies!Thank you!
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these are wonderful, thanks for sharing. :)
You're welcome! I'm glad they're finding their way to people's albums. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment!
Gracias por esta preciosidad / Thanks for this beautiful thing
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Thanks- these are great!
Thanks these would be great for Project Life.
These are great. Thank you for sharing! Will use 'm!!
What fun journaling cards! Thank you so much for sharing these! :)
Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave a comment! It always makes my day knowing that someone might be using my designs.
ohhhhhhhh love that cat card!!is that for sale?>????
Thanks! I can e-mail it to you if you leave a comment with your e-mail address. I won't publish the address.
I love these, thanks for sharing them! I'm hoping to add them to our wedding album. I have no idea how to go about printing them on cardstock though. I will be printing them at the local print shop. Any tips on setting these up? I don't have Photoshop or anything like that, just the freebies (Microsoft Word, etc.) that came with the computer.
I'm glad you like them. I also sell "love" themed cards in my Etsy shop in case those would work in your wedding album. All you need to do for my freebies is to right click the card you like, save it as a JPG file into your computer (or on a memory stick). I make a Microsoft Word document with two 3" columns and I then import my cards into that document and use cardstock to print them (if you have a printer at home). If this doesn't make sense, leave a comment with your e-mail address and I will send these cards to you as a Microsoft Word document. I'm sure the print shop knows how to print them onto cardstock when you bring the files to be printed.
Thank you so much!!
Where do I download these?
This post tells you how to use my freebies: http://thisthat2011.blogspot.ca/2013/03/how-to-use-my-freebies.html
These are amazing :)Best wishes from Germany.Nina
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Just pinned you to my "Project Life-able"board. Thank you for sharing!
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