Thursday, March 4, 2010

Day 2 Winner!

Congratulations to Harriet Skelly, winner of our Rainbow Mojo Day 2 Give-Away! She was lucky number 50. Here's what Harriet said:

Susan, Amuse MICRO Twinklers are very small - I use them all the time - they are my favorite.
My go to ribbon is satin - any width. I find I can tie a much better bow with it and it lays flatter for mailing purposes.
This year I have come to love orange - never have before!! Could it be your creations that inspire me?? I think so!

March 2, 2010 11:28 AM

Harriet, you've enabled me on previous occasions, and this is no exception. Gonna place an order for the A Muse twinklers soon. And I used to positively despise orange, too. Now, it makes me happy. Funny how we outgrow color prejudices, isn't it?

Thanks to everyone who offered up suggestions about blinging up the umbrella. I used SU only orange on that card, which made using Stickles impossible. Every time I use stickles over SU classic ink, the ink bleeds into the glue and looks messy. A glitter pen, which several people suggested, would probably work best. I have a bunch and didn't even think about them, so thanks so much for the suggestion!


  1. AAwww, I love Harriet - she's my JulieHRR's classroom buddy. Congrats to her. I can't say that I "LOVE" orange, yet, but I sure did like that umby card.

  2. Wow thank you Susan!! Glad to be an enabler - just returning the favor - LOL! Let me know if you need my address and I'll email you.

  3. Congrats to Harriet! You one lucky girl!... ;-)

  4. Hey, congrats, Harriet. If it couldn't happen to me, well I'm very glad it happened to you, and also glad to hear the Amuse bling is smaller because smaller is exactly what I need to bling-up some teensy butterflies.

  5. Congrats to all of the winners thus far. Today's color is my favorite.

    I've always been crafty but only discovered stamping three years ago. I've dabbled in quite a few arts & crafts. Just prior to cardmaking I was really into doing stained glass but then my lifestyle changed and glass cutting with hot solder wasn't too practical or convenient. Making cards is so similar though - you still cut and arrange like a puzzle; select color combinations; and sometimes even use the old soldering gun! Oh how the bug has bitten me.


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