Comment: Thankyou for the National Museum of Natural History PC-love it-have visited the African Elephant with my children and my granddaughter. I could never really get a good picture - so this is perfect:-)
Response: Just wondering why you rated me a 1. Two people received the org, cards the other swapper that received the replacement rated it a 5. I don't think I should receive a 1 when I sent the org. and unfortunately the post office never delivered it.
Comment: Christine, my cousin lives in Rocklin close to Sacramento. We love the journey down I-5 to visit there. Wisconsin was where my Grandfather was born and raised so sweet to get a pc from that state.
Comment: Hi! I also sent a pc from Arlington Cemetery! Have you been? My son had gotten the pc for me and now I hope to visit when we go to DC next month - I am sure it is just an amazing sight! We live near a national cemertery here and it is amazing how many graves there are - there is talk that they are running out of room - yikes! The New Year has started great -hard to believe we are in the middle of the month already! Time flies when we are having fun - righ?! LOL! Thanks again for the very lovely share! Hugs and Happy Swapping! ;)
Comment: Got the wonderful note and butterfly. You made a lot. I have enjoyed seeing all of the butterflies in the gallery. It's amazing how many are being created. I hope they are able to finish with their goal.
Comment: Christine, my apologies for not rating sooner. Life got a bit out of control for a spell, but all is good again.
I love the journal. It kept me smiling. I just have to read them cover to cover the moment that I receive a new journal. Thank you for sharing your art with me.
Comment: I was hoping for more than vintage page from a magazine pasted on a post card
Yes it did
Response: Based on the details of the swap, it was senders choice, we could do anything we wanted to on the card. So it met the reqirements, you just didn't like what I sent you. Odd, I have made other post cards the same way and got rated 5's. And as I mentioned in my email to you, there was more to the card what happens during travel time through the post office is out of my control.
Response: I am now sendng you card #3. It would have been nice to let me know about not getting the second card before rating me a 1. Unlike the first card being returned by the post office, the 2nd card never came back.
Comment: Thanks so much for the sparkly butterfly! Sorry to take so long with rating between the holidays, crazy project schedule at work, and coming down with a nasty virus to "celebrate" the new year, I'm a little behind.
Comment: I love everything about this flag. You tailored it so perfectly to me! Did you get the fabric from Joann's? Looks very similar to the fabric I used, and I'd love to have more. Sincere thanks from the bottom of my heart!
Response: You are so welcome, I loved making the flags and I try to make something that you would like.
Comment: I really like what you did with the ATC, a very unique idea. The circles you punched almost look like handmade backgrounds, using metalic inks or alcohol inks, am I correct? Very nice and thank you so much!
Response: I am glad you like it. I had done the ink blot atc swap recently and I had some paper left over so I punched out the circles from that, the paint is just regular acrylic paint, which I dripped on paper and then folded the paper and made the blots, cool stuff.
Comment: thank you for the cute note cards. I am so glad I found swap bot too. I love it... I have something in the mail just about every day and that makes me happy. I also am happy to be making someone else smile. Happy Swapping
Comment: Thx for the ATC - it is beautiful! However, the swap description said: "...on the back of your atc, along with your usual information, write a paragraph or maybe two (?) of what you see in your ink blot...not a list, but sort of a 'story' or description of what is happening in your "blot picture". Nothing long or elaborate, but just not a 'list'." there was no "story" of any kind on the back ATC. It seems to me that the paint blot in conjunction with the accompanying story on the back are what make this swap -and this ATC - unique. A little friendly advice: before packaging up a swap to mail, it might be a good idea to re-read the swap description one last time to make sure you haven't forgotten anything. I do this and have caught myself more then once about to send an incomplete - and once, a totally wrong - swap. lol It happens. (";)
Comment: Hi Christine, Thank you so very much for the BEAUTIFULLY created atc. :-) I also truly appreciate the extra very sweet papers and ribbon. All is very useful.
I have not heard of Operation Write Home. It would be wonderful for you to host a swap making two cards....one for our partner and the other for our troop families. Just like we did on the ATC`s rose for Norway. Having a swap gives out many cards which is so wonderful. Sheryl~Ransom
Comment: Thank you for the card. I like how the leaves change in California. I used to live in Whittier, California. The weather and leaves don't change here. It's usually sunny but we do get occasional tropical showers.
Maui is a beautiful island. I like it there a lot.
Comment: Darn...I thought I was going to be your 1st rating. :) Welcome to Swap-bot! Thanks for the beautiful card. I taped it to my desk...I figure I could use all the Irish Blessings I can get! Have a great weekend.
Response: So glad you liked the card and happy to be welcomed to Swap-Bot.
Comment: Welcome to Swap-Bot!! Thank you for the wonderful card with the message. We did get hit pretty hard by the storm and were without power for 5 days, but alas things are getting back to normal! Not to mention the earthquake aftershocks we felt. I can't imagine living in California and getting larger ones more frequently. Look forward to seeing you around S-B, I think you'll really enjoy it!
Response: My first rating! Glad to hear that your getting back to normal. Hope to see you around.