I think children really appreciate a handmade card, especially one that involves a lot of candy. And some money.
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I've been waiting for this day -- the day that Brooke goes "online." And it is great! I'm going look forward to checking back in regularly to see what you've been up to.
How great that we'll be able to see what's in Brooke's head on a more regular basis. So glad that you created a little spot of your own. Can't wait to read more!
i can't wait to try and make these cards. how will i pull off the card for people turning 30? who knows. it will be very thick.
keep up the great posts. i need someone i can mimic. i'm such a copycat.
not only did Thomas love it...so did his mom!
so sweet.i adore your new blog, brooke!
what a great idea! love the birthday card. have a great day!
Truly terrific, so clean and lovely.
(P.S. - I just discovered your blog and I adore it - can't wait to read more.)
What a wonderful, creative idea! Design Mom sent me over.
What a fun idea - I need to remember it!
Love it! Do you mind if I copy you on my next round of niece/nephew birthday cards? ;)
brilliant! ohmy, i've never seen anything so creative for a card!
so cute! this is the greatest idea for a child's card. or any card really. LOVE!
Your blog is delightful!
Love this. I want to do this for an invitation - where did you get the paper? What size? THANKS!
Very lovely blog!
What a wonderful card! I saw this card from a recent post on Particular Aesthetic.
That's great. I might have to steal that idea for my own kids! Cheers!
I love this idea. So much.
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