These overalls remind me of my great grandpa Hauert who was a farmer.
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Oh, these are adorable and what a great card for a down-to-earth kind of guy! I love the detail, even on the flower pot. The lighthouse is wonderful too. Do you make some of your own patterns for the cards? Oh, and by the way, you won the contest at my blog! Congratulations! Go back to the post to see the comments and you’ll see you were the second commenter! Woot! 🙂
Oh how exciting! Thank you Teeni!
I know a lady who makes the patterns and she sends them to me to test for her, to make sure the pattern is made right and to correct any errors she might have made on them. When I am done with the card I have made with the pattern I scan it and send the picture back to her to post with the pattern as a sample for customers to see when she is selling them. Here is her sight. http://irisfoldingforacause.com/index.php Not all of the cards you see there were done by me, but there are a lot of them. Here is an example of what she does with my cards http://www.craftsuprint.com/card-making/iris-folding-patterns/children-baby/mushroom-house-ii.cfm . I have made a couple of my own patterns and will post them sometime on here.
You are awesome. And what a wonderful site. I am so glad she is using the card pattern proceeds to benefit her granddaughter. I also liked some of the 3d designs there, very impressive. Anyway, you do wonderful cards with those iris folding patterns. I like how each one is unique. I hope you will love your little bug-eyed tree frog. He will be mailed tomorrow when I go to the post office. I would have mailed him today but was out all day for a family obligation.
I will love him because you made him! He is really cute!
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