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March 01, 2011


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beautiful card. I love the stamp that says 1836. If only you got a day off for Texas independence day. Your life would be complete.


I stand corrected - Texas rocks!

Jennifer Moore

I love this card Mark. I think I need to go buy that Greetings from Texas stamp.

And as for your comment that Texas Independence Day is not a real holiday, I beg to differ. If you work for the state government, you get it off. I should know. I used to work for TxDOT and I enjoyed my Texas Independence holiday.


Square is good. Great card!

Dani C.

I LOOOOVE your card! I also don't like square cards but every once in awhile they just fit the project you are working on.


I don't really like square cards either, but I love how your's came out! I have been known to alter stamps sometimes, but I am not sure I would have thought to take the "Greetings From" off your stamp, but now that you did that, I am thinking I might have to get that stamp. Love it!

Susan G

Great Independence Day card! For us native Texans, reminders are always good. Thanks for the reminder that it's okay to cut apart our stamps. That's been the hardest thing for me to do! It took me forever to learn that it's okay to write in my cookbooks, and I still can't make marks in my Bible. Guess I really took that admonition to heart in elementary school that you shouldn't write in text or library books.

Curt O'Brien

Super creative use of your stamps. I've altered several of mine to accommodate what I needed them to do. Clear stamps are good for that especially. Love your card, and I am partial to square cards. To me, they have better design possibilities. Happy "Texas Independence Day"! Best, Curt

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