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18 Sep 2009

JustRite Mega Font Hop!!

Well, good morning and welcome to Day Two of the JustRite Font Blog Hop!! We had so many wonderful things to show you, that we had to split the HOP into TWO DAYS!! Isn't that fabulous?! If you missed yesterday's blog hop, just click this link to the JustRite blog where you will find the links to all the Day One designers.

JustRite Stampers is celebrating their Mega Font Hop (a 2 Day Event with 54 designers in total) in style with a Super 7 Day Font Sale. Take 30% off all JustRite font sets and the Horizontal and Veritical Font Stampers. Sale begins Sept 17th and ends Sept 24th.

I am sure you have already heard about the delicious blog candy, but in case you haven't here is a little ditty from our fearless leader, Kellie...........

"Do you want to win some candy?? Of course you do – everyone loves candy!!!

The Mystery is no-one knows which blog is the one that will be giving it away -- nope-- not even the designers!

There are 3 Blog Candy prizes each day which will go to 3 random commenter's from three random designers blogs. So, to win some JustRite Candy go check out all the blogs, comment on as many as you can from the two day hop.

You have until Sunday at noon EST to leave your comments. Good luck, the lucky winner may be YOU!!! You have 6 chances to win Check back here to the JR blog on Sunday Evening to find out who the six lucky winners are!! Enjoy the Hop!!!

Okay, let's go!! Today I am going to show you how the JustRite fonts can be used for everything and anything that you may want to say!

My first project deals with a slightly personal issue, and I am sure you have all had some dealing with it at sometime. I'm talking about breast cancer and on the happy side, I can say that my mom is TEN YEARS cancer free!! Wahoo!!

My mom is not one to show us the down side of things, and so in keeping with that spirit, I wanted to congratulate her in the JustRite way ;)!



Using the above three JustRite products, (Wood Stamper 2" with bonus 15 pt font and center, Celebration Demi Phrases Set 2" and Just a Little Caffeine Borders & Centers Set 2") and some mixing and matching, I custom made my own stamp!!

Using the 15pt font, I made up the words "10 Years Cancer Free" along the bottom of the 2" stamper. The top of the sentiment, "We're Celebrating", is part of the Celebration Demi Phrases!

The teacup is a stamp from the Just a Little Caffeine Borders & Centers set and I coloured it with copics and then added Crystal Lacquer to the cup, because after all, it is a china teacup! I chose to showcase my tag with the Spellbinders Kaleidoscope Pendant.










Now you are probably wondering WHY we would celebrate with a cup of tea!! and I have a little story to tell you......just a short one, don't worry. I have told this before but I will share it with you.

When my mom had her breast removed 10 years ago, she was released from the hospital the very next day - too soon as far as I was concerned but
who am I to say.

I raced over to see how I could help her out and as I got to the front door, it opened and there stood my mom, inviting me in for a cup of tea!


I said "MOM!! Go sit down and let me help you!" and she said, in her kindest mom voice, "Bonnie, YOU go sit down and I will make you a cup of tea........." so I just felt that the tea stamp was the only way we could choose to celebrate.....well that and the yummy pink M & M's!!



My second project is all about Thanksgiving! Using the JustRite Brayton Uppercase Font Set, the JustRite Times New Roman Lowercase Font Set and the JustRite HorizontalWood Stamper along with the Spellbinders Pumpkin Nestabilities, I made pumpkin place cards for my family at Thanksgiving!




Using the Horizontal Wood Stamper, I stamped each name and cut them out with a tag die from the Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio.

For the grandbabies, the capital letter is the Brayton Font as above, but the lowercase letters are the Times New Roman Lowercase Font Set. I used the smaller Spellbinders Pumpkin Nestabilities die and the Spellbinders Wizard Tag Trio
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I hope you have found some inspiration from my post today and please, if you have ANY questions, feel free to email me or ask in the comment section and I will get back to you.

Ready to keep hopping? Here is a list of the other JustRite designers participating in today's hop:


JustRite Stampers

Debbie Olson
Jerri Kay Jimenez
Taylor Van Bruggen
Holly Simoni
Barb Schram
Terre Frye
Michelle Kovack
Kim Moreno
Catherine Doucette
Kellie Fortin
Kimberly Crawford
Kathy Jones
Michelle Giraud
Angela Barkhouse
Heather Pulvirenti
Tami Mayberry
Jennifer Buck
Keri Lee Sereika
Jami Bova
Laura Davis
Stacey Kingman
Bonnie Sharp you are here..;)
Stephanie Severin
Janine Orchard
Debbie Seyer
Margie Higuchi
Lauren Bergold
Anja Curvers

AJ Otto



Stamps: JustRite Paper: Papertrey Ink, Cosmo Cricket, Basic Grey Ink: Colorbox ink, Memento Black, Papertrey Ink, Copics Accessories: Spellbinders Kaleidoscope Pendant, Spellbinders Pumpkins, Scalloped Circle and Circle Nestabilities, Spellbinders Ribbon Tags Trio, Spellbinders Wizard Tags Trio, Cuttlebug pumpkin embossing folder, pink twine, Sharon Johnson's silk ribbon, Martha Stewart fern punch, pop dots, glue dots, Crystal Lacquer, Papertrey Ink ribbon




160 comments:

  1. Susan08:40

    Thank you for sharing this. Praise the Lord that your mother is cancer free! That is a wonderful thing to celebrate. I love your projects! God Bless you both!

    "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." -John 3:16

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  2. Fabulous designs Bonnie, love the pumpkins!

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  3. Praise God. He is the Great Physician. Beautiful gift idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love your cancer free project, so pretty, and so touching. Praise God that she is okay. Also love the place cards, very neat idea. BTW, love the tea story, what a strong woman she must be.

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  5. HUGS to your mom !

    Love both of your projects and those pumpkins are beyond adorable! Love that you embossed them ..that is one of my fave CB folders!

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  6. I was so inspired! Thank you for sharing the "tea" story. Praise God from whom all blessings flow. I just have to ask -- where ever did you get that fabulous jar!

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  7. You did a beautiful job here! Blessing to your Mom!

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  8. Great projects! Congrats to your mom too!

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  9. These two projects are so inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing an inspiring story as well.

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  10. Thank you for sharing your fabulous creations.

    I loved your tea story. Hello to your wonderful mother!

    Adorable Halloween/Thanksgiving placecards.

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  11. I love your pumpkins. They are so cute.

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  12. Thank you for sharing your wonderful story. Your projects are fabulous.

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  13. Thank you for sharing such a personal and heartfelt part of your life. What a great excuse to celebrate and what a super gift for her!

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  14. Praise the Lord your Mother is o.k. Your projects are very pretty. TFS

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  15. The pink jar is just lovely and what a wonderful presentation with the tea cup. the place cards are so cute. Just wish I had that pumpkin nestie.

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  16. Thank you for the wonderful story. Definate time for celebration. Your use of Just Rite Stamps was beautiful. Thank you

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  17. Thank you for sharing you story what an inspiration. Great ideas!

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  18. 1st congrats to your mom. and of course to you, your designs are wonderful.

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  19. LOVE those projects. Those pumpkins would be so cute on anyones Thanksgiving table. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. What fantastic projects! I love them! I am so happy I stopped by here today!! :)

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  21. Shellie Hartsock11:41

    Love the placecards! Beautiful!

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  22. Teresa11:58

    Cute ideas. Love the embossed pumpkins.

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  23. Bonnie, What wonderful projects you shared with us using a wide variety of fonts! Thanks so much for sharing your talent!

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  24. Love your pink celebration post!!! And those pumpkins are A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E!

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  25. Super cute work!
    Laura

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  26. Love the teacup. very dainty and fitting.

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  27. You inspired me in a lot of ways today. Thanks for sharing the "cup of tea story" and that you can celebrate 10 years. That's awesome. Also, love the pumpkins...

    Eli

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  28. Nancy C.12:36

    I really like your projects - and loved hearing your story! Thanks for sharing!

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  29. What wonderful projects! And I loved the story about your Mom and the tea. Congratulations to her and thanks for sharing in her amazing 10 years!

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  30. What great projects. A wonderful thing to celebrate being cancer free for that long. I loved what you made to celebrate.

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  31. Great projects I love them all.

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  32. OMG...these are the cutest!!!

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  33. Tracy MacDonald13:25

    It's been 16 years for my mom. Thanks for your wonderful story. The M & M jar is precious and I absolutely love your pumpkin place cards. They're gorgeous!

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  34. LOVEEEEE Those pumpkins! I NEED that die!

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  35. Love all your projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. I love that pink glazed teacup - what a lovely way to celebrate!! As I have said on many other blogs, I really really must get myself some of these stamps so that I can personalise my own cards without my usual wonky letters!!

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  37. Olivia M.13:40

    Great reason to celebrate--cool ideas!

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  38. Beautiful tag and place cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Fabulous creations! What a wonderful story and memory for you. Yay! to your mom, cancer free.

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  40. Lovely, especially your thoughtfulness to your mom! Way to go!

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  41. Barbara13:55

    Elegant coffee/tea set!

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  42. I like how you combined the pumkpkin cb folder with the Spellbinders pumpkin die!

    Nice story about your mom! CongratS

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  43. I Love the candy jar label and those pumpkins are too cute.

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  44. love the tea set and the pumpkins are super cute.

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  45. Carol14:19

    Your place cards are beautiful. I love the layered pumpkins.

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  46. I loved all your projects! The tea set is simply beautiful. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  47. Super projects!!! I especially like the place cards. How did you texture your pumpkins?

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  48. Oh Bonnie, these are wonderful. I keep forgetting to mix and match from different sets!!

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  49. Love all these projects!
    Tammy Newger

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  50. A great story about your mom! How wonderful to celebrate 10 years cancer free! So much to be thankful for. I want to make the pumpkins soon. Thanks for sharing!

    Jenny L.

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  51. Love the detail in all of your projects!

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  52. Monica L14:46

    Love the projects, the pumpkins as place cards is a great idea.

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  53. Jessica ML14:47

    How great, both project very different in style but equally beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  54. FABULOUS!!! Like the nameplate idea.

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  55. Two wonderful projects. I love the teacup tag for your mother as well as the story. Your pumpkin place cards are fabulous too! TFS

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  56. I love the teacup project and the pink m&m's....and the story of course...thanks for sharing

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  57. Anonymous15:14

    I love your pumpkin place cards and the pretty pink teacup tag with your story.

    Swedie

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  58. Your mom's gift is precious and beautiful. Congratulations!

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  59. Congratulations to your Mom! This is the perfect give to CELEBRATE! I hope you'll enjoy another cup of tea with her, and many more to come! TFS

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  60. Great projects and congrats to your mom, that is fantastic!

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  61. What fantastic projects! I love seeing everything that has been made so far, and I look forward to checking out all of the other blogs too. You are so creative. I am a big fan of JustRite...there is nothing else like it!

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  62. Anonymous15:55

    Celebration tag & gift brought tears to my eyes. The little personal pumpkins are so sweet too.
    Bernice Barnes

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  63. I too was curious how a cup of tea paralleled with a Cancer Free anniversary. I'm so glad you shared your story or i would have been forever stumped. My mom and mother in law both have experienced a form a breast cancer. THANK YOU for sharing your creativity and your story.

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  64. Bonnie.....how clever are these beautiful projects. Thank you for sharing.

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  65. What a great project, thank you for sharing it!

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  66. Praise God that your Mom is cancer free and I love your project to celebrate! Your Pumpkins are just as cute as can be. Great job and thank you for sharing!

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  67. Thanks for such inspiration!

    Deanne G

    dcartegroves at yahoo dot com

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  68. Oh my! Two great samples. I love the 10 year thingy and those pumpkins are now on my list along with the font set. Thanks for sharing.
    Sharon L

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  69. You honoured your mom well with your talent and thoughtfulness. I loved everything you did. Pumpkin name place cards are just adorable also. All so well done! Thank you for sharing.

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  70. Love the glass jar - congrats to your Mom for you 10 years of good health!

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  71. Love your pumpkins - just too cute. I'm convinced after seeing all these lovely designs I simply must get a font set or two. (or three or...)

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  72. your cancer free gift is so beautiful - i'm just 10 years free too - love your pumpkin too!

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  73. Anonymous17:32

    Oh Bonnie, not only did i love your projects but, loved your story about your mom.

    Sandy Duley

    sdul@insightbb.com

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  74. That is truly inspirational. We should all stop and enjoy a good cup of tea. JustRite has done it again and your work shows that.

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  75. Your projects are beautiful! Tell your mom I said congrats on 10 years and a prayer that it never returns.

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  76. Your Mom sounds like a gutsy person. I'll have some pink M&M's for her.

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  77. Just love the place cards-what a fun idea!

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  78. Congrats to your mom on ten years, that is so wonderful. I love the tea with m&ms. Those pumpkin placecards are gorgeous, thanks for sharing your projects.

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  79. love your projects, love your story ... Mom's! I guess they are all the same!
    Sandra

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  80. What a wonderful story to go with your project-all the best to your mom!

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  81. What a wonderful way to celebrate 10 years cancer free. Great projects.

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  82. Love the pumpkin place cards. Your cancer project is beautiful, what a great gift idea..I have a few people in mind for this. Thank you so much for sharing such a wonderful idea!

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  83. All the details in your creations are wonderful, Bonnie! Congratulations to your Mom!

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  84. Lovely ideas!

    Robbie

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  85. Wonderful projects! Very creative. Thank you for sharing! Mary

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  86. What a special celebration. God bless you Mom for being 10 years cancer free. Love the gift ensemble.

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  87. What a lovely Thanksgiving table you're going to have. They're lovely - Nimmy

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  88. LOVE these - every detail is perfect!

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  89. Diane Rath20:55

    Very Beautiful designs! I really like the pumpkins-also the beautiful gift to celebrate with your mom is so special and beautiful! Great Job!

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  90. Anonymous20:58

    Beautiful work!
    carol b

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  91. OMG! TOTALLY CUTE! I think the caffeine set is my FAV! And I LOVE the place cards! AAAAAAHHHHHHH! :)

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  92. love your cancer free set...very pretty!

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  93. Love your projects.

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  94. SusanH21:59

    Great projects - love the place cards!

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  95. Wonderful tea story--thanks for sharing about your mother. The placecards are adorable.

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  96. I like your projects and the use of embossing. Very creative ideas. Great job.

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  97. What cute tags. I loved the delicate pink candy tag.

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  98. Congratulations to your mom and her ten year anniversary!

    I LOVE those adorable pumkin place cards! Way too cute!

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  99. Thank you for sharing your story. What an inspiration.

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  100. What a great celebration and a fabulous story to share too!

    Those pumpkin place cards are amazing! Im totally going to have to case your idea for my family's Thanksgiving this year. This'll give me another reason to buy the Spellbinders pumpkins too :) and of coarse another great use of the JR fonts.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  101. Ten years...a reason to celebrate! You chose a wonderful way to remember, great project. TFS

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  102. What a wonderful cancer survivor memento, Bonnie -- just beautiful! And I love your pumpkins -- I had a similar idea, LOL!

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  103. Bless you and your mother! I am an ACS Relay For Life participant and success stories like your mother's are what we are working and walking for! Your projects were both inspirational to me! Thanks for sharing.

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  104. Pretty tag -- and huge congratulations to your Mom!

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  105. wow what a great celebratory project. I love your customized stamp. Beautiful pumpkins too. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  106. Bonnie, love both projects. Each speaks to me in a special way. You've inspired me to adapt them to my own projects. Thank you.

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  107. Talk about custom stamping with these sets...you really took it over the top! What an awesome idea for cancer survivors! This would even be a great idea for local charities, so they could easily customize items to go with their events. Then you add another zinger with the name cards! Your brain must be constantly buzzing from all these wonderful ideas! Keep up the great work!

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  108. Really nice projects. Teacup is so feminine and elegant. Aren't Mom's something!

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  109. The celebration gift is precious.

    And I might just steal your pumpkin name card idea.

    Thank you for sharing.

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  110. Your projects are amazing. Congrats to your mom on the fantastic milestone!! Here's to another 10 years :)

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  111. both projects are just great - congrats to your mom! here's to many more!

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  112. Wonderful projects! Love the name tags.

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  113. great story... COngrats to your mom!! Beautifully sweet projects!

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  114. Kim H09:35

    I am casing the cancer free idea today!!! OMG---

    ALSO the pumkin placecards are GRAND
    thanks for sharing

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  115. Such a nice job you did love it all.

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  116. Anonymous09:56

    Congratulations on 40 cancer free years!! You must be so thrilled to celebrate with her. Love your pumpkin placecards!! TFS
    Beth Greco

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  117. Lovely projects. Thank you for sharing your personal story...very touching. What a wonderful gift to celebrate with. Congrats!

    Melanie

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  118. Kris B.10:31

    Love your projects ... great job. Great use of the fonts!

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  119. I love your projects especially the tags. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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  120. First let me say...I am so joyous that your MOM is Cancer FREE!!!

    Your cards and projects are totally out-of-this-world GORGEOUS! I really admire your talent! Fantastic showcasing of the Just Rite products too! TFS!
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  121. I'm happy for you and your mom! Love the lacy look!!

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  122. Great projects- really love those tags! And congrats to your mom!!

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  123. Val W13:00

    Congrats to your Mom on this milestone. It should be celebrated! What a lovely way to commemorate it. Your projects are wonderful. The Justrite fonts do let you say whatever you want to say. Those place cards are precious.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  124. Bonnie - congratulations on your's mom's 10 year anniversay of being cancer free. That's such a blessing, as are you in being her daughter. I think it's great that you chose to celebrate with tea which is where it all started 10 years ago after her surgery. I love today's project, and somehow missed out on the fact that there were pumpkin nesties...uh oh, where's my wallet. Have a great weekend~

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  125. Thank God that your Mom is celebrating 10 years cancer free and hope it continues now for her too. Great gift idea you have made for her and one she is sure to enjoy. Love the pumpkin name tags too. they are so cute. Thanks for sharing. Phyllis M.

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  126. Beautiful tag! Cute pumpkin tags... those big letters look great on them. TFS!

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  127. Laraine R16:50

    Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  128. Beautiful story abut your cup of tea with your mom as well as beautiful projects.

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  129. Two lovely projects - great use of the font sets. Congrats to your mom. tfs
    HW(UK)

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  130. Ellek19:13

    Inspiration, indead. The celebration tag fits so nicely and can easily be addapted. Love the placecards! I have been trying to think of ideas to upgrade my Thanksgiving Holiday table and this is perfect! Ellek

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  131. Congrats on having ten extra years with your mom. I love what you have done with the pumpkins

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  132. Anonymous21:51

    Enjoyed the tea story as well as the tea project, and the pumpkin name placecards are a great idea.

    cherylben at earthlink dot net

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  133. Oh that is so wonderful Bonnie! Totally needs to be celebrated! Congrats to your MOM!!! Love the little medallion and those pumpkin thingys are too cute!

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  134. How lucky you are to still have your mother with you. I wish I could say the same. Your projects are beautiful and those pumpkins are the cutest. Very nice job and thanks for sharing.

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  135. What a wonderful reason to celebrate! Love your work. The pumpkin is adorable

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  136. I love the personal tag you were able to create. Guess that's why they're called JustRite. We no longer need to hoard tons of stamps...there's lots of versitility iwith the JustRite sets. Thank you for sharing.

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  137. These are darling. Love your projects.

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  138. waht a positive story! thanks for sharing...and bring on the tea for many years to come!!

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  139. Vicki23:29

    Great projects! Very colorful and very inspiring!

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  140. Love the projects. Congratulations to your mom on being cancer free for 10 years.

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  141. So happy for your mom! These blog hops are way to fun. Loved your project.

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  142. Elsa L01:02

    Congratulations to your mother on her 190 years. We are getting ready to celebrate the same for my sister. I just love pink to celebrate. Your tea story is so sweet. May your mother have many more years of good health.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  143. Great project. Thanks for sharing.

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  144. love the pumpkins! awesome story and cancer free project!

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  145. Hi Bonnie,
    I love your Celebrating 10 years Cancer free creation - I just love everything about it. I think that our idea of putting dimensional magic on the tea cup was inspired, and considering that it's a bone china tea cup, the delicate kaleidoscope pendant die is great. I love the font you have used as well. Everything about it has come together so well. Thank you for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Anne.

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  146. Loved the tag at first sight but was then blown away by the place cards - great projects so thanks for sharing!

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  147. Love these! Just found my place cards for Thanksgiving!! Thanks for sharing

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  148. So happy your mom is 10 years cancer free. What a pretty way to celebrate. Your pumpkins with each name are too cute. Thanks for your inspiration.

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  149. Love your projects! Hugs and blessings for your mom 10 yrs cancer free. TFS

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  150. what inspiring ideas

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  151. Enjoyed all your projects, especially the pumpkins. They were so cute. Please use the email address under my name. Thanks.
    Shirley Lee
    shirlee@surewest.net

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  152. Both your projects are great Bonnie.. I just love those pumpkins!!

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  153. Mary Esther16:09

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful projects! I especially appreciate your cancer-free-celebration!

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  154. WOW these projects are just stunning! I absolutely LOVE the tea cup and the pink MnM's Congrats on being Cancer Free for 10 years, what an wonderful thing to be! Love love love it!

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  155. What a wonderful way to celebrate with your mom. All your designs brought me delight.

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  156. How stinkin' cute! Love 'em!

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