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Anna: This is so fun. Wow, what an eye you have for color & I love your adorable house - I'm thinking that would be a great stamp!

You drew this?? Wow! How amazing! I love it! If you make this stamp, I will buy it. It's like the field of dreams! :)!

just sketched up a design hmmmm. I'm sure that has to be against the rules. lol great card and colors!

The card is great, Anna. Thanks for sharing the picture of your inspiration too, really cool! Ohhh, to be able to draw!

This is beautiful! Your coloring is always ALWAYS inspiring.

Now that's a manger scene that's sweet and sassy! I love it! Of course, I was bummed when I couldn't figure out where to buy the stamp..LOL!

Really fun Anna! Love your design. I'm finally taking baby steps back to a blog.

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Julie

Wow! Your talent amazes me! Super card!

I received the same catalog with that pillow on the front. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! Great job! You always leave me speechless by your amazing talent.
Chris

Amazing!!! I love what you've drawn (literally) and the inspiration piece. So much talent - they won't even let me play "Pictionary" because I'm really not good at drawing.... I too love Ranger "Lettuce" - you must get the spray wash in same color....you won't regret.....

What an amazing sketch--and beautiful watercoloring, too.

I can't get over how you can just draw something and make it look so awesome. You do not need stamps!!!

You are AMAZING with your drawing! I love your intrepretation!

Connie

Oh! I got my PB catalog and I love that image! Your card is AWESOME, you are So talented! I'm one of those that can't draw a stick figure correctly! LOL :)

This card ROCKS Anna!! I simply love it!!

What a great take on this Challenge Anna. So bright and Cheery!!!!! and your little sketched house would make a great stamp (it looks like an ornament!!!)


Anna, You are truly "amazing!" What a great card & your sketched house is just fabulous (wish I had your talent). I love the background paper and the colors of your card.

Sooo gorgeous! I love it!

Oh la la!! I lvoe that little house. Make sure you save that sketch and send it to Whipper Snapper for a new design!! SO CUTE!! Ü

Wow! That is awesome that you just drew that and colored it in. It's fabulous!

Girl, you amaze me! You can draw and color like nobody's business! This is fabulous and I can't wait to try watercoloring with those Ranger reinkers! Fabulous card and inspiration (don't you LOVE Pottery Barn?)!!

what a great card you made from the inspirational piece! I love your image....so fun!

great card, colors and design! And the fact that you really don't even need stamps ... you can just draw everything yourself ;-) Awesome!
Claudia

THUD!!!!!!!!!!!
Im speechless. I so envy the fact you can draw

Oh, I just adore your little house! What a perfect little scene! And, yes, Lettuce is a great color!! It's one of my new favorites too!

Your sketch is wonderful and as always your coloring is to die for! I love the bg paper too and you are so right - LOVE the green!! :)

I saw this pillow the other day and loved it! And now that I've seen your card.. I love it even more! How perfect! That IS a great shade of green! Everything about this card is perfection.

Beautiful card Anna! You should submit your cute house to whipper snapper so we can all stamp these cute Christmas cards. ;)

I got this same PB catalog so I'm really impressed that you used it as your inspiration! Terrific project!!

Oh my...you drew your own image! No fair...I can't draw a stick figure...lol. Your card is absolutely fabulous and the colors are so very festive and coordinate so well with your patterned paper. Great job, Anna.

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