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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

50 Followers!

I realized I have reached 50 followers, and I think that calls for a celebration, don't you? If you are a follower, please leave a comment on this post telling me what is your favorite piece of artwork on my blog and why. You can go back to the beginning of my blog or pick something as current as yesterday. I will have a drawing on August 1st from all the people who commented, and the person who wins will get some blog candy. Haven't decided what yet, but don't worry, it will be something good! Have fun.

9 comments:

Nikka Geers said...

i think your cat card is so clever. i woulg never thought of using an alphabet stamp to make a cat

Anonymous said...

I like all your layouts, I just found your blog last week and I just became a follower. I like how you use so many pictures in the layouts and give us a sketch to follow. Keep up the good work and God bless. Lena
lenatemplin@yahoo.com

Linda said...

I like the father's day card with the shirt and ties. My favorite is the cable cars page with the gears. I love the sketches too!

Chanel's Owner said...

Wow! 50 of us crazy followers. I have so many favorites... I really enjoyed your posts of San Francisco during the LOAD challenge! Keep up the good work and keeping me inspired!

Lela said...

Hey Cheryl, I think all of your sketches are great! I esp like your Disney scrap pages

Melina said...

I LOVE your scrapbook sketches! I adore the fact that you give us sketches that more than 1 pic is used per page. So many of the new sketches on other blogs are just using 1 pic per 12x12 page! I like putting more!!! LOL! Thanks for your sketches!!! :)

Kathy Cholette said...

I just joined but I love all of your layouts and ideas

Valerie said...

Oh Cheryl, Lela's got me hooked on your sketches. I'm really liking your recent Aquarium page. I'm interested in how you got your title so perfectly two tone! Thanks for sharing you talents!

Cheryl Even said...

Valerie, to get a two tone look, I simply inked the bottom of the stamps in one color (the lighter one), and then inked up the top part of the stamp in the darker color, then stamped my two colored title. With clear stamps, it's really easy to see what you're doing!