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Yes it is half way through the month.  Fortunately I am only late posting my sisters’ March calendars and not late sending them.  I was able to finish and mail them before I went to visit my sick little granddaughter, Katelyn, at the end of last month.  She is now feeling ever so much better.  Yay!!  I can’t believe I went for over two weeks without blogging!!  Well time flies when there are darling little girls to visit and hold.  My twin granddaughters live in the same city, too, so it was a truly joyful trip!  And since I shared a picture of the twins yesterday, I mustn’t show favorites, right?  lol  Here is sweet little Katelyn.

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What girl doesn’t love having her hair done!  Isn’t she precious!!  Okay… back to the calendars.

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I inked the rubber directly with my SU! Always Artichoke marker and then stamped each image.  The images were then colored with Copic markers and outlined with a Stardust Glitter Pen.

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Kaiser flatback pearls from Flourishes were added to the corners.  The calendar is a download from A Muse.  Now it’s almost time to get busy making April’s calendars!! Happy rest of March!

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Stamps: SU! “Flower of the Month”

Papers: SU! Whisper White, Old Olive, Summer Sun, Chocolate Chip, Watercolor

Inks: SU! Always Artichoke; Copics; Stardust Glitter Pen

Accessories: Square Punches 1-9/16″ and 1-7/8″, Gingham Ribbons, Flatback Pearls, Calendar Download from A Muse, Computer/Printer, CD Case

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