fan share: new alphabet frames

The 'quickest share ever' award goes to Jessi Weithman who bought the new alphabet frames and made her cards already! She writes, "Thank you for the new alphabet letters! I've been so swamped with client orders for cards and accordion albums that I haven't had time or more importantly inspiration for getting my own family cards done this year. My husband was getting anxious that we might not have cards this year. You saved the day. I'm doing a 10 panel accordion fold with the new alpha-cutouts, a touch of vintage grunge background and even some fairy tale whimsy. I love that all your products are so easily mixed and matched for fun results. I always find myself mixing and matching your products, and now alphabet cutouts are added to my mix. I have at least three other projects already planned for these letters too."

We can't wait to see a photo of the real product...and your other creations too! Thanks for sharing~ a gift certificate for $75 is on the way!




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