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Last Online: October 2, 2022
Birthday: June 5
Country: Canada
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Sept 12/22



  1. Art By Marlene stamped images, die-cuts, stencils, etc.
  2. white gel pen
  3. Canadian map postcards
  4. shaped paperclips
  5. foreign money (bills / coins)
  6. pressed pennies
  7. US specialty quarters
  8. magazines I'd love (no matter how old): Art Doll Quarterly; Cloth, Paper, Scissors; Stampington & Co.; and, mags like that
  9. THE ANTIQUARIAN STICKER BOOK: BIBLIOPHILIA (haven't ever seen this in real life, but it sounds interesting - I don't usually like stickers otherwise)
  10. 1 1/4 in circle punch
  11. word dies or die-cuts
  12. a gnome die
  13. envelopes that a postcard will fit into (4 x 6" at least)
  14. plastic sleeves for handmade cards or postcards
  15. unused low denomination CDN postage stamps
  16. Posca paint markers

What would YOU like me to send you?

Sept 8/22

The Queen has died. It's going to be very different to hear "Long Live the King" and "God Save The King" - I was raised with the Queen always being there. My husband also noted that all the stamps and money will have to be changed; that will be an undertaking - her image has been on stamps and money in many countries for many decades.

Sept 2/22

I've complained to my American friends, when mail is late, that the "invisible line" that separates our countries seems to make it impossible for mail to cross. Well, it's NOT an invisible line after all.

See this article

It's VERY visible, lol.

A waste of time and money? What do you think?

June 30, 2022

I can't believe that I FINALLY understand what a junk journal is - I love doing collage and stumbled across this video by Margarete Miller, my current favourite artist, showing how to start one. She's also the one who's helped teach me how to collage better.

James Blunt makes me emotional.

After the horrible discoveries of over 5000 bodies (and climbing) at Native residential schools across Canada, I recommend reading a book by former Chief Bev Sellars called "They Called Me Number One". It's about three generations of a family who were forced to attend a residential school and how it affected them and their families. It's a real eye opener, and is relevant for many countries.

This is a video of a wonderful cat we had, and a funny surprise my daughters discovered one night!

I get a newsletter from a website that sends me very interesting & informative things. See if you like it.

"I am just a tiny person but there is a place for me, and for everybody, to sit down on this earth and touch it and call it their own."
- from a book called The No. I Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith

The only thing I ask of my partners is don't send me pink - I just don't like it and I never have. I'm not a girly girl in the slightest way possible. I like BRIGHT over pastel any day!



I've always had a love of foreign (to me) coins and banknotes, so would love it if you could help me increase my collection.

When sending me coins, please let me know what they're called in their country - as much as I'm appreciative in getting them, I'm not very knowledgeable with what the currency / name is.

Whenever we go on vacation, I try to find pressed pennies. If you have extra's you don't want, they'd be loved. Again, please let me know where they came from.

Trades would be a welcome option!

UPDATED July 6/21

US Quarters (state&park):

AL (1&0), AK, (1&1), AZ (3&0), AR (0&1), CA (1&0), CO (1&1), CT (2&0), DE (1&0), FL (0&0), GA (3&0), HI (0&1), ID (0&0), IL (0&2), IN (0&2), IA (1&1), KS (1&0), KY (1&2), LA (1&0), ME (1&0), MD (1&0), MA (2&0), MI (1&0), MN (0&1), MS (0&0), MO (0&0), MT (0&0), NE (2&0), NV (2&0), NH (3&1), NJ (0&1), NM (2&0), NY (1), NC (3&1), ND (2&1), OH (0&0), OK (0&1), OR (2&0), PA (1&0), RI (3&0), SC (0&0), SD (1&0), TN (1&1), TX (2&1), UT (1&2), VT (0&0), VA (2&1), WA (0&1), WV (1&1), WI (1&0) WY (1&0)

Northern Mariana Islands - (1&1)
American Samoan Fruit Bat (2)
District of Columbia with Duke Ellington (1)
District of Columbia with Frederick Douglas (1)


The Drummer Boy (2)
Sacawajwea gold $1 coins (2)

Updated August 23/22

Canadian quarters all are 1867-1992, except AB which all are 1905-2005 coins & one of the SK ones which is also 1905-2005:

BC (1), AB (4), SK (5), MB (1), ON (1), QC (3), NB (2), NS (1), PEI (0), NL (1), YK (2), NWT (0), NU (0)

Would LOVE to get the 2012 dinosaur quarters I just found out about - they glow in the dark!


On January 2017, I made a list of the map cards I have. The list is updated whenever I get a new map card. I've been VERY responsible with this, and continue to be so (Jul 21/21).

The number beside the country/place is the number of pc's I have of different mapcards; duplicates aren't indicated (but are loved), nor are partial scenes of a particular place (except the Florida Keys).

World (10), North America (2), South America (1)

Canada (10): British Columbia (4), Alberta (2), Saskatchewan (3), Manitoba (0), Ontario (2), Quebec (1), New Brunswick (2), Prince Edward Island (4), Nova Scotia (1), Newfoundland (0) and Labrador (0), the Maritimes (2)

Territories: Yukon (0), Northwest Territories (0), Nunavut (0).

United States (7): Alabama (3), Alaska (9), Arizona (7), Arkansas (2), California (10), Colorado (4), Connecticut (3), Delaware (4), Florida (5), Florida Keys (2), Georgia (4), Hawaii (5), Idaho (3) Illinois (3), Indiana (5), Iowa (3), Kansas (7), Kentucky (1), Louisiana (5), Maine (2), Maryland (2), Massachusetts (4), Michigan (7), Minnesota (6), Mississippi (4), Missouri (10), Montana (4), Nebraska (2), Nevada (2), New Hampshire (1), New Jersey (3), New Mexico (2), New York (2), North Carolina (6), North Dakota (1), Ohio (4), Oklahoma (3), Oregon (3), Pennsylvania (6), Rhode Island (2), South Carolina (2), South Dakota (1), Tennessee (2), Texas (7), Utah (3), Vermont (1), Virginia (3), Washington (2), West Virginia (5), Wisconsin (7), Wyoming (5), (Territories): Guam (0), Puerto Rico (0), Virgin Islands (1)

Australia (7)

New Zealand: (18) North Island - Wairarapa, Hawke's Bay, Bay of Plenty, Coromandel Peninsula, Wellington & Kapiti Coast, Waikato, Auckland,

South Island - The "Top of the South", Canterbury, Southern Scene


UK: I have a lot of "parts" of places in England. Do have a couple of Scotland, a few of Ireland and a couple of Great Britain.

Mexico (0)

Central America (0): Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama

South America (1): Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Brazil (1), Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile

Europe (3): Austria (0), Belarus (0), Belgium (1), Czech Republic (2), Denmark (1), Finland (5), France (4), Germany (4), Greece (0), Holland (5), Italy (1), Norway (0), Poland (0), Portugal (1), Romania (2), Spain (1), Switzerland (2), Sweden (0), Ukraine (0)

I'd love to have a postcard from each individual province in any European country that has them!

Others: Iceland (1), Greenland (1), Turkey, Africa (1 of the continent, one of S. Africa), India, China, Malaysia (1), Japan (1), Russia (3), Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica (1), etc etc etc.

I have Bermuda, Tortola, and two of the Caribbean Sea. I have one of the West Indies.

More postcard likes are down below (I like to receive my postcards blank and in an envelope - not written on).


August 20, 2020 - I received an order of shaped paper clips today, and organized them with the others I have. I thought I'd keep track of them here.

updated Mar 15/22:

  1. HUMANOID: head (2), body (1), heart (5), foot (5), hand (2), moustache (1), breast cancer ribbon (1), conversation bubble (1)

  2. PETS: dog (7), bones (5), cat (14)

  3. FARM: horse (3), pig (6), rabbit (5), goat (1), yak (1), mouse (2), spider (1)

  4. WILD (LAND): stag (3), deer (1), elephant (1), giraffe (2), hedgehog (1), bear (7), rabbit (1)

  5. WILD (WATER): alligator (5), turtle/tortoise (14), dolphin (10), fish (4), whale (5), manta ray (4)

  6. WITH WINGS: penguin (3), swan (1), butterfly (5), owl (1), bat (1), bird (2), flamingo (4)

  7. FANTASY: yeti (3), dinosaur (3), mermaid (1)

  8. SKY: airplane (11), planet (9)

  9. FOOD: apple (3), pineapple (6), carrot (1), peas (1), pear (2), cherry (2), strawberry (2), ice cream (9), banana (1)

  10. PLANTS: flowers (14), cactus (2)

  11. HOUSEHOLD: light bulbs (23), envelope (15), coffee mug (3), camera (2), telephone (1), wine goblet (2), clothes hanger (1), clipboard (1), jewel (2), key (2), present (1)

  12. TO WEAR: bow (1)

  13. MUSICAL: notes (3), guitar (2)

  14. SHAPES: star (2), circle (9), square (11), triangle (2), arrows (12)

15: NUMBERS: 0-9

  1. WORDS: cafe


Please be patient with mail! Even between Canada and the States, mail can take over a month. I had one swap take 39 days to get to me from the States, and now a swap of mine took 40 days to get to my partner there - the same day I resent (naturally).

UPDATE: Apr 17/21 - now, the longest for a swap from me to the States has been almost 2 months (from Feb 7 to Apr 4) - she got two swaps the same day! The second one was sent Mar 8/21.

Just recently, I received a swap from New Zealand that took 4 months to get here - her resend only took a month! This, of course, is because of COVID.

We need to be patient.

December 11/26, 2016

The updates on my profile show both the date AND year, which is a bonus everybody likes. Wish everyone would do this.

Please - update your profile, especially if you join profile-based swaps. I sometimes wonder - are you/your husband/kids still sick? Have you moved? How's the new job going? etc etc. :)

Most of the statements on my profile are from the early days of SB (November 29, 2008), which many SB'ers will know.


Fave Books/Music


Apr 17/21

Libraries have closed again, but we're allowed to pick up holds and drop off our books.

I've read two books (both very good) by the author Kate Quinn. The first one was "The Alice Network" (borrowed from the city library), and the second one was "The Huntress". Both are excellent with strong female leads during/after WWII. Not my usual forte, but a riveting story is always captivating. I highly recommend these two - read The Alice Network first, if you can, though it isn't imperative; the main character is mentioned in the second novel.

Stephen King (most of them but to me 'salem's Lot was the scariest book I've ever read), Robert McCammon (Swan Song - a long story, but I didn't want it to end), Dean Koontz (Watchers - my first Dean Koontz and it got me to read them all; I even read it again), Jodi Picoult (just started her books - kind of whiney but that's the way people are these days), and others.

8/4/20 - UPDATE

Just reread 'salam's Lot after 40+ years, lol. My daughter asked me what I thought of it, and I told her that when I was much younger, it really scared me. She asked if it still did, but I hadn't come to the part that I remembered. I have now (I was getting worried that I didn't recognize it, but, yup, still remembered it when I got to it). As can be expected, it wasn't as scary now. Stephen wrote a bit different back then, but he was a lot younger, too. It's still a good book.

I like to read, so I read a lot, but I read so fast that I can't remember the books I do read - have you ever started a book, and know that you've HAVE read it, but you don't know what's going to happen, so you just continue to the end? Well, I've done that. More than once.

The Chrysalids (also called Rebirth), by John Wyndham is one of the best - read that one a lot of times. When I was younger I loved the Outsiders, by SE Hinton.

And, to age myself, before that - Trixie Beldon - The Gatehouse Mystery. I must have read that one seven times!

I don't like most movies made from books, and I'd rather read the book, but I was glad I saw the movie, The Godfather, before reading it. Most of Stephen King's books are slaughtered when made into movies. I actually thought that Needful Things would make a great movie, but... Ahem, it wasn't, LOL.

I've seen the Game of Thrones and now am reading the books; they're a bit tedious because of all the archaic names, but I want to watch the show again (and I'm glad I saw the show first - I'd never be able to picture who was who).


Try radiogarden.com! You can listen to music from all over the world.

I love the blues and, what I think is called, "alternative" music. I like rock, easy listening, and swing (think "In the Mood" by Glen Miller), too - I listen to a station you can log onto on the web: CKUA.com (Friday nights from 9 pm and Saturday from 3-5 pm they play the blues - Sunday AM they play swing). But, the station plays everything, and it's listener sponsored, so you don't hear ads. I hear music played by people I've never heard of and I LOVE (most of) their styles. Try it out.

I don't like classical, jazz or rap, so I do have to change the station sometimes :).

James Blunt, Ruthie Foster, Natalie Merchant, Molly Brown, Corey Hart, Huey Lewis, Uriah Heep, Dave Mathews, Los Lobos, Stampeders...

Favorite Movies

I don't see a lot of movies anymore. I did when I was younger - living on an Air Force base in Germany, I went to a movie every Saturday with my 25 cent allowance. A movie and a bag of fries is what that bought. Hayley Mills was one of my favourites back then - The Truth About Spring, The Moonspinners, etc.

Favorite Television

I like quirky comedy. There isn't a lot on TV anymore. I tend to rent DVDs from the library. Mrs. Brown's Boys is hilarious; I've been watching Blackish and it's funny :)

Favorite Crafts

Scrapbooking ruled once upon a time (I actually finished an album), but because card-making is so fast, I finish them more often than any of the albums I dream of having someday (there's no way I can give anybody a "store bought" card anymore)!

Since discovering Swap-bot Nov/08, ATCs rule these days! I spend so much time making these little gems, that everything else has been put on the back burner!

2018 - ATCs, APCs and postcard making is what I mainly do now. Mixed media and collage is awesome!

About Me

My first swap: X~Mas Card Swap International Nov 29/08 - there was over 400 people who signed up, with about 15 people who never sent.

I think I joined SB before this date (is that why I'm an "original member"?), but was banned from a recipe swap, because my profile wasn't long enough (HA, that changed, didn't it)!

I shrugged my shoulders and forgot all about SB; then I found it again! Haven't looked back.

Personal stuff:

I met my husband in 1992 and we married exactly 5 years later. We have a few children between us, all of them grown now.

I'm a camper - my husband and I have an acre sized campsite about an hour and a half away from the city and visit it every weekend if the weather allows. My parents had a place there before us, and that's where we got married.

I would love to have an acreage. Have always dreamed of living on a farm.

I'm an Air Force brat, so travel is in my blood - plan to see more of this planet. When we lived in Germany, mom and dad took us camping all over Europe - lucky me.

Have always had an interest in photography - my husband bought me a great camera so one of my retirement plans is to really USE it. 2018 - still haven't done this; now I have a smaller digital camera and use it most of the time.

July 5, 2011 - last day of my "real" job. Husband retired 2013 and we're content to putter around at home, or the campsite. How did we find the time to do things when we worked??



Please, if you're considering dental implants and going to Costa Rica to have it done, DON'T go to Prisma (with the big red lips). There are quite a few good doctors - research, research, research. I went on the word of a friends cousin, who had permanent implants put in. I haven't heard lately how her teeth are.

To hear the whole story, pm me.

Laser Surgery

If you can, do it BEFORE needing reading glasses. I can tell you now - you have to have glasses with you all the time, or at least accessible (in the car, in the bathroom, by the computer, in the kitchen, by your crafts, at the store), etc, etc, etc. And it's easy to forget to carry them around with you. They're always on the top of my head. It's a pain in the butt, but great to be able to walk in the rain :)

Likes & Dislikes


I like bright colours - red, yellow, and the different kinds of blue there are.

I like having little kids around, teaching them to cook or do crafts - expand their world. With babies, the first thing I do is have them touch something - usually a plant.

Love the vintage look; things that are old. Things from old books, old tickets, pictures. I like sorcerer pics, dark, mystical visions. Love the steampunk look!

The following likes could be for anything to do with rub-ons, stamps, die-cuts, etc.

I like: faux stitching, doodles, trees, wild animals & bugs, birds, ocean stuff, travel, nature, ducks (the real ones, not the rubber ducky ones), horses, grass, lighthouses, fairies, mushrooms, dinosaurs. dragons, pin-ups, tasteful nudes. I'd love to get some decent punch-outs or die-cuts - unusual ones, not hearts and squares (who doesn't have those?)

If somebody wants to trade some punch-outs or die-cuts with me I have a cool carousal (horse) punch, and others (wings) - I can send a list of what I have. Just pm me.

Feb 25/17 - Since this was written, I have a ton more die-cuts to share!

I like pictures that could be incorporated into an ATC - kind of off the wall, or macabre, quirky, not cutsey. Dragons, mermaids, Boris type art.

I like Native art, and masks.

I'd really like it if you wrote a bit about what you're sending me - why you like it and what you'd like me to know about it. Or even just something about yourself!

I don't wear jewellry, but I'd like to get "parts" that I could use - I'm getting into Steampunk art.

I love "Classic 45" scrapbooking paper, Zetti, the grunge look, Tim Holtz.

If you're from another country, I'd love it if you'd send me a coin or two from where you live. I've started to collect all the specialty quarters that I've just learned about on our trip to Florida this year (Apr/18)! Or a postcard (especially a map card), or a postage stamp (used is fine), or anything else different from what I'm used to seeing here.



I don't like any kind of pink, bright or otherwise, and don't like pastel colours. I still remember, as a child, my bedroom walls painted a pale green!

Disney, cutsie, lots of small anything, pet things, stuff for kids (mine are grown), wedding items, stickers with sayings on them, religious themes. Crayon drawings of "cute" things. I'm way too old to appreciate them - I'll give them to the young folk in the family :)

I don't need stickers - don't use the ones I have, so please don't send any. I don't like too much glitter, but I use Wink of Stella. I don't like stickers on the art you send me. Unless it's so nice, you can hardly tell it's a sticker! You know what I mean.

If you're sending me a recipe (food or drink), I don't like coffee, coconut, tequila or scotch. I'm not an adventurous person with many types of seafood (oysters, sardines & mussels), though I like fish and large shrimp.


January 29/18

I've just learned about maxi-cards! I thought it was just big postcards, but they're the ones with a corresponding stamp on the front of the postcard (not a real stamp, but a picture of one). Apparently, Australia issued a postcard with each new stamp they bring out - please send me one, if you can (blank and in an envelope, please).

November 4/13

I seem to really be interested in postcards lately!

I've been fortunate to receive some nice ones (that I can't ever find - in stores, anyway). The only ones I had were the touristy ones that I bought when away from my city.


Store bought pc's: I'd like mine sent blank/unwritten on, in an envelope, if it's allowed in the swap (or even if it isn't).

I'm not going to join many "naked and stamped" postcard swaps - I like to send some of 'em on when needed (themed swaps, more than one in an envelope, etc). I keep lots, just cause I like them so much.

I like lots of things, but anything "different" would be great.

If you sent the following, you'd be just fine:

map cards, map cards, map cards!! If you have any Canadian map cards, I'd love them. I'm also trying to collect all the US states, too

steampunk, retro ads, nudes, naughty, fairies, dinosaurs, sci-fi, fantasy, monsters, old comics, movie posters, some movie stars, space (stars), water (rivers, waterfalls, lakes, ocean - I love water), lighthouses, tropical (palm trees, beaches), ships (rocket, sailing, etc), muscle cars (I used to have a 1972 Challenger - I rue the day I sold it), aboriginal scenes/portraits (from any country), art, bright and colourful (NO PINK or PASTEL for me) and I've never seen a Christmas postcard (I have some of these now - cool, and thanks)!

I don't care for touristy postcards (but LOVE map cards). I don't care for reconnoissance art, but I do love Toulouse Lautrec art.

No kittens, puppies or cute things, unless it's a human baby. I do like horses. Not crazy about vintage, unless it's something to do with the above likes. I don't like them just because they're old. I was recently sent a vintage pc of a Hula dancer - that was fine.

Homemade postcards: I like to store them in photo albums, so please (if you can), keep them 4 x 6" so they'll fit (10 x 15 cm). These can be sent naked OR in an envelope.


December 11, 2016

I always rate and I don't flake. If I ever do, I'll take this statement off.

Because, why would I want to earn that 3, or (shudder) 1?

If you get my swap, I'd appreciate a rating. If you didn't, please let me know so I can fix the problem. After a month or so, I will pm if I haven't been rated to see if my item made it to your house.

Dec 11/16 - I care that you don't want me to bother you to see if you forgot to rate me, but I care more about getting my ratings, so I will be contacting you. Hope you read profiles like I do.

Postal workers in Canada don't work on weekends, so if the send date is a Saturday/Sunday, they won't be postmarked until Monday. I try to have it done before the w/e in those cases. I always give extra time for things - especially overseas, before rating (and will check before giving a 1 or 3). Even crossing the Canada/US border seems to take forever sometimes. See the top of my profile!

I will sometimes put something in the closest mailbox on a w/e, and hit "sent" that day, but it won't be picked up until the next p/u day. I don't worry about it, if it isn't due. If it's DUE to go out that day, I take it to the post office, so the stamp will have the correct date on it.

I don't automatically give a heart because of extra's. Except for postcard swaps - if you've given me an extra one, from my profile likes, on top of sending me great cards, then why wouldn't you deserve a heart? I always send an extra postcard, and hope my partner does, too.

If something makes me say "wow", you'll get a heart. Even if it has pink in it, you might still get a heart, but you'll know it's your art that got it for you. Hope you'll do the same for me.

October 16, 2017

If I send you something and the glue (or anything else) hasn't done its job, please tell me!

I've learnt recently that I was given a heart for a swap where the backing had fallen off the ATC - of course, I thought everything was fine. Then, much later, I was told my work was "subpar".

How can I fix things if I'm given a heart for something that wasn't considered "up to par"?

I want a heart if it's extra special for you - that's why Swap-bot introduced them; what they're for. If you think my swap is "subpar", please let me know, so I can fix it.

March 1, 2018

I have learned that pizza boxes have a shiny surface on them, so things don't stick as well to them; I've begun to use a sanding block on those surfaces to roughen them up and make that glue stick - I use Arlene's Tacky glue.

THINGS FOR ME (and you, if you want):

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catlingmex rated for SPCP: Photo scavenger hunt #2 on Sep 28, 2022
Comment: Your grandson as a wolf is darling.
Response: Thank you for the sweet comment and heart rating :)
infphann rated for SPCP: Photo scavenger hunt #2 on Sep 26, 2022
Comment: Love the nude pic :) the models are adorable 🥰 Tysm for sharing these photos. Have a great day 👋🏾
Response: Thanks - for your comment (and I agree) and for the heart rating :)
ktk8 rated for AMA: Altered Postcard #3 on Sep 25, 2022
Comment: Oh what a great altered postcard.... I love the dinosaur..... looking thru the telescope and the idea of SPACE..... many hearts to you!!! Thank you so very much.....
Response: I love space, dino's and these swaps - glad you do, too; thanks for the heart rating!
catlingmex rated for SPCP - September photo on Sep 25, 2022
Comment: I heartily apologize for the tardy rating. I really love your farm-country photos! I just moved back to Indiana farm country last spring after years of being away.
Response: Travelling through country roads is my favourite way to go; we avoid the highways as much as possible; I'd LOVE to live in the country. Thanks for the heart!
candytuftcolors rated for SPCP - September photo on Sep 22, 2022
Response: Thank you!
MuggleMom rated for CPG: HMPC:🔍Scavenger Hunt #1 on Sep 19, 2022
Comment: Absolutely spectacular HMPC you made! I especially like the Calgary transit ticket you used - it makes it so much more unique! I love the layering - all the peek-a-boo's with the gnome & foreign text!Thank you for joining this swap. xxMuggleMom
Response: When I used that ticket, we went to see Squonk (https://www.artscommons.ca/whats-on/squonk) downtown - it's comprised of two ginormous hands that kids (and adults) can manipulate with ropes. Our grandson was the first one to be able to do it - he had fun. Thanks for your wonderful comment and rating!
hazelwitch3 rated for SPCP - September photo on Sep 19, 2022
Comment: HI Sandra, The email you sent on 12 September never arrived -- thanks for sending again! I love the pictures. In the first few, the leaves are so crisp that you can almost hear them crackling as you look at the picture! I particularly like the one with the dry leaves nestled between the two logs. All very autumnal!
Response: So weird you didn't get the first one - glad you like the leaf/autumn photo's and TY for the heart!
WoodlandBanshee rated for AO: 3 Layer ATC - July/Aug on Sep 18, 2022
Comment: Yep, it was here on my craft table with two other unopened envelopes! Thank you and take care!
Response: I'm glad you got the letter that went with it, although I did explain the lack of a dunce cap under my Flickr pic! Glad you found it and thanks for the heart rating :)
Onyx rated for PH: Beach Blast! on Sep 17, 2022
Comment: I am sad the cow card never arrived because that would have been amazing! But I appreciate the resend and I particularly liked the painting of the woman looking at the ocean. Thank you.
Response: I wish it had, too, but I'm happy I sent you one you especially like! Thank you for your comment and rating :)
123Poggy123 rated for ACTs: Fish ATC or Coin on Sep 17, 2022
Comment: Love the background. Love the fish. Love the greenery die cut. Can you tell I really like this ATC?
Response: So glad to hear - thank you for your great comment and heart rating :)
mjhaertling rated for SPCP: A set of 5 on Sep 16, 2022
Comment: Thanks for the photos of your landscaping project.
Response: Thanks for rating!
Comment: Oh, my! Sooopah strange collection! I agree with you. LOL!!
Response: You've given me an LOL in return; thank you :)
watercolorgirl rated for ABC: ATCs x4 on Sep 14, 2022
Comment: Interesting back grounds. Will be fun to work on. They will be back on their way to you soon.
Response: Looking forward to what you send! Thanks for the heart :)
Comment: Love your seagulls and lighthouse tag! We kept meaning to get to the coast this summer but haven't made it yet! Thank you for the tag and all the great postage stamps on your envelope!!
Response: Thanks for being a regular swapper for these Calendar Tags - I love making them (and already have a calendar for next year)! Thanks for your great comment and heart rating :)
Karmi53 rated for Vintage Child on Sep 9, 2022
Comment: Wow what a beautiful page l loved how you used your mom's pictures of when she was little she was very beautiful l wish l had pictures of my parents little. Thanks alot l am honored l get to have this page. Take care
Response: Thank you for your sweet comment, Carmen - I'm so happy you love this journal page. I'm very glad I have pictures of mom when she was young, and I'm sorry you don't. I don't have any of my dad when he was young - those pics got destroyed when the family home burnt down, so I treasure the ones I have of mom.
Comment: Thanks for the cute & colorful monsters.
Response: Happy you like them - thank you for the heart rating :)
darcilena rated for HME: Clusters! on Sep 7, 2022
Comment: TYou for the cute circle clusters. Love my extras. Sooo pretty🦋 Also enjoyed your added note! 💕 Xo
Response: Yay - happy to hear; thanks for the nice comment and heart rating!
Comment: Great back to school choices. Thanks
Response: Fun to pick them out for you! Thanks for the heart rating :)
jjhere rated for MAS: Weird Holiday ATC - August on Sep 3, 2022
Comment: Fabulous ATCs! I love how you used the sailboat die. 🤞🏼that there's more interest in these swaps. Love them!
Response: Me, too - but, even if it's just us, I'll keep hosting, if you keep signing up! Going to post them on Flickr now :)
tigermousecat rated for Sheetload of Cards - August on Sep 2, 2022
Comment: Thanks for the lovely cards. I think you and I shop in the same places, I recognize the paper. It is a neutral set, so just fine for whatever you want to use it for.
Response: How is this possible - I just sent 2 days ago!! If only we could depend on this happening ALL the time. So happy you like them, Bev.

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LadyJo on Sep 15, 2022:

CPG September wishes- Thank you for the awesome map post cards! These are great! Thank you so much for thinking of me! Have a lovely weekend!

OrigamiGrace on Sep 12, 2022:


for my September birthday wish at Cheap Postage and happy birthday to your daughter, my bday twin:)

simcoe54 on Sep 11, 2022:

CPG: September Wishes -- Thanks for the lovely hotel/motel postcards that you sent me. All new to my collection!!!!

pahasiga on Sep 3, 2022:

Thank you for the SPCP: Set of 5 which I can't rate you for because I wasn't your partner. :) I really should take care of my garden better!

lunatenchi on Aug 31, 2022:

thank you so much for the "2 ATCs not made by me" tag :3 and thats cool, i had a stuff dog and get it to my first born when he was little and its also lost lolol and that's so funny that we live in Glendales lol :D Happy Swapping! -Drevi

Petaltea on Aug 23, 2022:

The photo’s arrived! These are lovely. Thank you so very very much!!

itsnobody on Aug 14, 2022:

Thank you for the many receipts for Cheap Postage - pay it back ;) I'm excited to try and share what I think.

jjhere on Jul 24, 2022:

What a great profile page! I love your collections.

captkristi on Jul 8, 2022:

SO glad the tag resend arrived. I really really really hope the other one arrives too. I have a secret hope that all my lost mail from this last year (it's really a lot I feel like) will suddenly arrive at it's destination. I can't understand where the stuff goes!!! Anyway, I am so glad you loved the envelope of goodness :)

AJ73 on Jun 9, 2022:

Thank you so very much for the April WTA postcard. I apologize for not thanking you sooner. This was my first WTA and I didn’t know what the procedure was for saying Thank you. This was so much fun and I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. I lobbed this group and live the kindness and love shown. Happy June. I’m still on vacation! ❤️

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