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My Daughter is a Guest Designer

Hi there!  If you get a chance, stop by my 9-year old daughter’s blog, Crafts By Liz.  She is guest designing for Daisy Doodles this month and is totally thrilled.      Thank you!


Hussena said…
hi cheryl,
just saw your daughters work and have to say that its hard to believe that its a 9 year old that's created such pretty cards.i had seen her sunflower card which was selected in the daisy doodles challenge and loved it,she sure is a very talented person,good luck to u and your daughter for all your future works.
love and wishes.
Sussie said…
WOW! So cool! Only nine years old and already a guestdesigner. I have to take a look. I guess she is a talented little lady :)
Enjoy your day!
Congrats to you too, she is so creative, just like mom.......:))
Been there and love the card!!!
lotsa luv
Doreen said…
Oh that is wonderful,she obviously takes after her
Jennifer Scull said…
isn't that the coolest news?! I bet the two of you are on cloud 9! congrats to her! :)
Karin said…
She's doing a great job Cheryl!
Wow, amazing news! I guess the best for a creative mother! Your daughter's cards are very beautiful! Congratulations to both of you!
takes after her mom for sure. love her blog look too!

hugs :)
alteredforhim said…
Hi Cheryl...That's awesome your daughter is a guest designer! I just visited her blog and WOW! She's been so blessed with creativity, her cards are incredible. I can see in her work as in yours the time and love she puts into each one. :o)

Have a great day!
How exciting for Liz! I'm off to visit her now.
Sara I. said…
You must be so proud Mom ;) Became a follower of Liz's blog and congratulated her on her GDT spot!! She's so talented ! Wonder where she gets THAT from!! ;)
Marlene said…
She did a fantastic job!
Lori said…
Liz's card is darling! What fun for her to be a guest designer!
mforquer said…
Cheryl!!! She is AMAZING!!! You are one nice lady for letting her use your Copics!!!
xiumaiyuki said…
Wow... I'm so impressed!! She's fabulous... Hmmm.. wonder whom she got that from?! :)))
Audrey Pettit said…
wow, how very cool! Will stop by and say hello. :)
Alicia said…
Heading over to visit her now.
Alicia xx

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