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  1. Hi Ginger! Yay! I am so excited to watch how you made this card. I have a hectic few days ahead so this is something I will look forward to when all the work in my way is done! Thank you for the video!

  2. OK, I just could not wait! Ginger, your video is just great and the card is so pretty, such soft colors. Thank you for not editing out your decision making process! It does help to know what we need to think about before adhering the paper. I am so glad you don’t skip over anything, It helps to see all the steps from start to finish! Back to work now!

  3. Hi Ginger. Your videos are so wonderful, that I follow you by email to catch every bit of your goodness.

    You are such a masterful paper engineer, as well as fabulous artist. This little photo card, is the PERFECT way to thank someone for a special event, or in my case, it will be to let my neighbor know how much I enjoy her beautiful garden every day.

    I was thinking the same thing as your commenter above, and am grateful to hear your reasoning when working out the order of construction. Those kinds of information live long after having made a particular project.

    So many of the comments I’ve been making, don’t reach their recipient, and as a result, I’ve stopped leaving comments. I certainly hope you are able to read this, and know how very much you are appreciated. You are truly one of my creative muses, and were I lucky enough to live near your workshops, I’d be in the front row every time!

    Marcie (aka Artistic Hen)

  4. Thank you so much for the tutorial. I was so delighted to see that you were willing to share this great photo card with us. . I look everyday on your website to see what exciting new projects you have created. You are truly a gifted person. Thank you once again.

  5. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful tutorial! I followed along and made my mother-in-law a photo card for her birthday which is in a few days. I filled it with pictures of my grandchildren–her great grands. She’ll love it and I had such fun making it for her. I check your blog daily so I don’t miss any of your projects and so appreciate your tutorials. Thank you so much.

  6. Thank you so much Ginger for sharing this tutorial, you are right of course it is easy to do but not easy to dream up, that’s where you are so amazing, and talented to be able to think up and design something so unique and with so many uses. I love the way you used the paper line, super nice! You always inspire me to create!

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