Wednesday, July 21, 2010

My First ATC Exchange(O:





Creative Carmelina and dear blogging friend of mine has introduced me to the world of ATC's. We have just had our first exchange I I am delighted to show you her amazingly detailed and beautifully stitched ATC that arrived in my mailbox on Monday. She has been such an inspiration to me.
http://creativecarmelina.blogspot.com/
Thank you Carmelina!!

6 comments:

  1. I love the things she makes and this is no exception. What did you send her? I wonder if she's posted on her site!

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  2. Ooh it's there, it's there! Very lovely too!

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  3. Wonderful ATC - Carmelina does amazing work, now to go see what you sent to her.

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  4. These are awesome, Rebecca!!! I just got back from Carmelina's blog - you KNOW that I had to take a peek at your ATC too! GREAT swap!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  5. I love it and I am glad you got it. It is wonderful. I mean AWESOME!!!!!!!!! I love you so much MOMMY!!! Your the best and I can't wait to see your post for tomorrow! It sure will be a great one because it always is! Again, I LOVE YOU!!
    P.S. I heard you got two more followers. I got to check them out, who knows maybe they will follow me!! xoxoxoxoxoxo

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  6. Aw...you're sweet to have shared your ATC also! thanks a bunch!

    glad you like it....
    The card is actually meant to run the other way..with the word inspire on the left side! but either way! it's all good!

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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