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Whimsy & Stars Studio

I have a sad post to share with you today.  I decided to step down from the Whimsy & Stars Studio design team.   I have really enjoyed my time working with Mabelle and the team.    With my family responsibilities along with my new job, I find I have less and less time to craft.

 

I wanted to share some of my favorite projects created using Whimsy and Stars Studio images.   (If all works as planned, you should be able to view them as a slide show.)

 

 

I love working with all of Mabelle’s sweet images.   I know I will be stalking her blog and loving all of her new images.

 

Thank you for stopping by!

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A Casa di Ale said…
MOLTO MOLTO BELLE, DIFFICILE DIRE QUALE PUO' ESSERE LA PIU' BELLA PERCHE' HANNO TUTTE QUALCOSA DI PARTICOLARE
CIAO DA ALE
Sandra H said…
Cheryl, They are stunning x
Lisa said…
All of the projects are so fabulous!! And the slideshow worked perfectly!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Debra Miller said…
Fantastic Cheryl!
Davi said…
Cheryl your slide show worked perfectly to show off all your fabulous creations! Im sure you will be missed from the team but I sure understand how hard it is. Trying to work and keep up with a household is very time consuming!!
Well, you represented them perfectly!!! Each card is a masterpiece!!!!!!
Mynnette said…
These are all just amazing, Cheryl! Gorgeous work! :)
Shelly Schmidt said…
I enjoy the Whimsey images- you have made some beautiful cards with their images- I am sure you will be really missed!!!

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