Day of Giving Friday: You are So Loved

Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Quietfire Design - You Are, Spellbinders Graceful Frame Maker, Spellbinders Renaissance Border One, Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A, Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags - see fully supply list at
Hello sweet friends!  I’m popping in today with a new card and simply to say hi.  I’m ticking along in the background, while savoring some of the good weather that is coming my way.  Today I’m using a color I don’t often use and I’ve reached for a border that has been in my stash for quite some some.  If you have or are curious about the Spellbinders Graceful Frame Maker, the border that I’ve used here practically cuts itself.  I have a video that shows how the tool works – HERE.  I’m using Spellbinders Renaissance Border One.  Since this border cuts its own straight edge, that means you don’t have to trim it and makes it extra easy for use with the Frame Maker.

Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Quietfire Design - You Are, Spellbinders Graceful Frame Maker, Spellbinders Renaissance Border One, Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A, Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags - see fully supply list at
This card is 6.5″x 6.5″and goes together so, so easily.  I simply cut my frame with the 6″x 6″ Frame Maker and layered it with two frames cut using Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A.  The largest mat made with the largest two dies in the set are simply glued to back of my frame.  Then I cut a smaller square frame to highlight the aperture.  Two banners cut from Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags and stamped them with a sweet new set of sentiments from Quietfire Design called You Are.

Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Quietfire Design - You Are, Spellbinders Graceful Frame Maker, Spellbinders Renaissance Border One, Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A, Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags - see fully supply list at
For new readers, every Friday it’s my pleasure to give away a card.   The card goes to a randomly picked reader (worldwide) who leaves a comment in our conversation. Want to know more about Day of Giving, here’s a link to my FAQ’s just check out #11. You can check the list of winners HERE!  For your comment: We hand down our customs from generation to generation.  What custom has been lost to the current generation that you’d like to see make a come back.  This is so close to my heart, even I left a comment on my own blog, because I wanted to weigh in with this – pop up to the top of this list, I’m #8 down, but don’t forget to read them all because this lovely group is a wise group too!!

Stamps: Quietfire Design – You Are
PaperNeenah Classic Crest – Natural White – Cover – 80lb smooth, Papertrey Ink –  Aqua Mist
Ink: Impress – Cerulean Blue
Accessories:  Spellbinders Graceful Frame Maker, Spellbinders Renaissance Border One, Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A, Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags, May Arts Silk Velvet Ribbon, Silk flowers, The Paper Studio Pearls



Have a fabulous weekend sweeties!  Thanks so much for stopping by!

  • christiFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:21 pm

    conversation. people today don’t seem to know how to converse with each other face to face. as a child it seemed silly sitting around talking with the folks. now I wish I had spent more time doing it. beautiful card.ReplyCancel

  • Becky GreenFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:22 pm

    Wow! This one took me a minute to think about Becca! But, I would say, once all stores were closed on Sundays so that the family could focus on the Lord’s Day. I remember having dinner/lunch at home & not running to the malls or anywhere else. Maybe, only to a friends house for dinner/lunch, but that was about it. It was also family time. I think that would be such a nice custom to make a come back. Giving the Lord honor & His place of respect is so much needed in our country. This would be one place we could begin. (Not to mention his place in our schools.)ReplyCancel

  • Christine SpringmanFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:23 pm

    Another beautiful card as always Becca. A custom that is for gotten is calling people on the phone so many people text and email anymore that simple phone call is falling by the way side. Christine S.ReplyCancel

  • Lawanda TuckerFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:25 pm

    Your cards take my breath away. I’m going to try to pull together all of the elements to see if I can duplicate one. Will let you know.ReplyCancel

  • Becky GreenFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:25 pm

    P.S. I was so engrossed in your question, I forgot to comment on your card Becca! LOL This one is SO BEAUTIFUL!! I LOOOVE the pastels & the scripty writing, not to mention your new frame die! (I’ve told my hubby, THIS ONE is the next one I’m buying! LOL)JUST BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! ;)ReplyCancel

  • KathymFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:26 pm

    So creatively cute…and versatile!!!! The design, colors, and message is such a fun combination. The stamp set is has very nice message options!ReplyCancel

  • BunnyFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:30 pm

    Sitting together as a family to eat. As a child we did very little of that. When my children were little we got to do this and it was wonderful.

    Granny used to say you made time for what was important to you.ReplyCancel

  • Becca FeekenFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:36 pm

    I’d love to bring back the custom of looking someone in their eyes when they talk to you. I call it being present and it says I’m listening to you. Second, I love the tradition of talking to someone one on one in person or on the phone instead of delegating it to an email. Hard to keep it to one custom but, I’d love to bring back the tradition of going to church, of saying thank you, of hugging, of shaking hands and of saying I love you and of doing the right thing even when it isn’t the easiest. Can you tell how close this question is to my heart?ReplyCancel

    • BeverlyFebruary 24, 2017 - 5:35 pm

      Yes and you are right on allReplyCancel

    • Karen M. RothFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:23 pm

      You are so right on all counts and I could not agree more if I had said it myself.ReplyCancel

    • Lynda Mellor aka Loopy Lynda UKFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:20 pm

      Yes I’m with you all the way I totally agree!!!ReplyCancel

    • Anne(UK)February 25, 2017 - 2:05 pm

      With you all the way on these, Becca!

      • Chris PecherzewskiFebruary 27, 2017 - 7:01 pm

        yes face to face as God did with Moses upclose and personal is what we were to be… close :)

    • Noelene ApapMarch 2, 2017 - 5:39 pm

      Hi Becca, I agree with you 100% How sad that society is forgetting the free simple things in life!ReplyCancel

  • PJ JanFebruary 24, 2017 - 3:40 pm

    Super card. Becca. I love all of you designs and dies!ReplyCancel

  • Mickey Mc.February 24, 2017 - 3:45 pm

    The current generation has lost the custom of sending had written cards–especially Thank Yous. They seem to communicate mostly by text message.ReplyCancel

  • RayaFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:15 pm

    Sooo beautiful Becca! Thank you notes! Young adults do not write thank you notes. They are communicating threw social media!ReplyCancel

  • Jennie BaileyFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:22 pm

    I can agree with all of your readers but I would love to hear people being polite to one another. Just a simple ‘Good Morning’ will do.

    I love this week’s card and I’ve been playing with different borders and my frame maker too.ReplyCancel

  • MarilynYFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:23 pm

    Well, this will really sound ‘old’ school but I’m actually a “young senior” but comes from a time when we did almost everything by hand. My granddaughter actually thought I had flipped when I sat to sew a top on the sewing machine. She is living in a world of instant gratification, instant communication and instant everything. Now I am on a mission to expose her to sewing, crocheting, tatting, embroidering, cross-stitching, knitting and even cooking. If anything I hope this will even a little expand her world and knowledge to what made this world function.ReplyCancel

  • Connie LudgateFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:29 pm

    Very pretty card Becca. I like the teal or turquoise color. It makes a very pretty card. The velvet ribbon adds a nice elegant feature as well.ReplyCancel

  • Diane FFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:31 pm

    WOW, this card is a beauty! I believe that communication, in general, is rapidly becoming lost. Spending time together. Actively listening to another without distraction. Sending/receiving a card or note. What passes for communication these days is impersonal and distracted. So sad.ReplyCancel

  • Denise BryantFebruary 24, 2017 - 4:40 pm

    Gorgeous card! Love the colors and details!
    From my daughter, I get email cards…. I love to get a card in the mail, even if it is a store bought one! And a handmade one is extra special!ReplyCancel

  • Juanita BakerFebruary 24, 2017 - 5:54 pm

    Another gorgeous card and love the colors and the sentiment.
    We always had Sunday dinners at my Mom’s and when she was not
    able to cook for that many people we kept the tradition at my home. We still now have all the Sunday dinners with our smaller group and no cell phones allowed at the table. So miss all the
    good phone conversations with family and friends. Too many
    protesters of everything now and very sad to see our precious
    country in such disarray. Thanks for sharing your god given
    talent with all of us.ReplyCancel

  • TammieFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:09 pm

    Beautiful fresh colors.ReplyCancel

  • Karen M. RothFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:18 pm

    Marilyny, I am thinking the very same thing. I am only 44 and have one grandson my daughter refuses to let me see at all.

    I think they made a huge mistake by taking the Home EC Classes out of the School system where I live . So many children are what we term “Latchkey” Kids and have never had the time with their very hardworking parents to learn the basic life skills they need to just get through every day things. I know , I was one but I was determined to learn what I needed to survive and I had wonderful home EC Teachers that taught me more than just setting up a house. They taught me how to respect myself and others, taught me how not to give into the Peer Pressures, how not to judge myself so critically since I came from a very traumatic background. Taught me how to actually see myself as a lady worthy of love instead of just an object to be misused, neglected and abused. They gave me a love for life and the crafts I now enjoy immensely. So I say Thanks to Virginia Higgins (Sewing Class) and Ms. Ragsdale (Cooking Class, YAC).

    This would be my Custom to bring back. Mentors for young girls who may not have the support at home.

    Becca, I am actually weeping right now as this card is so lovely and the saying is all I have longed to hear all my life and still do…..Thank You for the reminder {{{hugz}}} P.S. I would love to have this as it is my favorite color and I love the lacy look.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy ArtmanFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:32 pm

    What a lovely card, Becca, the color really gave my heart a lift. Just beautiful and what could be better than receiving a message filled with love?
    I really feel I am the good company of kindred souls. Why? It touches my heart to hear of the outpouring of love and caring from your dear readers. Women of such generosity. Women that send cards, handmade cards…sending love in an envelope. So much today is focused on the fastest and easiest…emails, Facebook. I think we should be mindful of how we spend our life. It’s good to ask myself, “What will feed my soul?” “How can I live in integrity with who I am?” Okay, I’m not fast and I do things in a time-intensive way. I really feel out of “synch” with most of the world but being connected with this community has made me feel less alone.
    Thank you, Becca, for being who you are,
    Love & blessings,

  • Wanda ThomasFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:33 pm

    I’m going to have to try that for a background; it’s beautiful! I would like to see common sense parenting make a return. Manners, discipline, responsibilities, LOTS of family time and LOVE.ReplyCancel

  • SuzzieQFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:46 pm

    Your card design is so awesome. I watched your video on the mitered corners. Thank you for the video. You are amazing showing how to enlarge the mitered corner for a larger card layer. I would like to see manners return. Seems many people have forgotten to acknowledge a courtesy extended to them.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa BFebruary 24, 2017 - 6:56 pm

    I would love to see family meals on a regular basis. The time spent together forming bonds is SO important.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy DuBoseFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:20 pm

    Love the beautiful card. I miss family dinnersReplyCancel

  • Lynda Mellor aka Loopy Lynda UKFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:25 pm

    Good morning Becca, this card is simply stunning!!! Is it me or do those flowers look real!!! Pardon the pun but you are truly amazing : )
    Have a good one!!!
    Loopy LyndaxxxReplyCancel

  • Marilyn in E~ TownFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:34 pm

    WOW, I am over the moon in love with your card today, your turquoise is just so refreshing and your ribbon with the pink flowers is a perfect pair, ahhhh!
    Oh your question today, WOW, I could answer it in so many ways, I totally agree with your comment, you are so right on with thoughts.
    The current society (young adults) and our future (students) is self centered and have no clue how to say, do, express themselves unless its to “whine” that they aren’t being given what they want now.
    I would love to see respect for life return! It would mean more family time, dinners around a table, actually pay attention to your children, teach your children life skills, including respect, please/thank you, remove all the “horrible” video games, teach your children what the outdoors is like.
    I won’t rattle on and on and on, I love all your bloggers posts, it seems to me all these paper crafters understand what is needed in our world to make it a peaceful, loving society!
    God Bless all of you out there!!!ReplyCancel

  • VickieFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:38 pm

    this is so beautiful God has truly blessed you with a wonderful creative spirit…ReplyCancel

  • Denice with a "c"February 24, 2017 - 7:45 pm

    Back when I was a young girl we used to go every weekend to visit my granny’s house. I remember all us girls, young and old, sitting on the porch stringing beans, pealing apples, cracking nuts, sewing, or whatever … and just talking. Just talking and laughing and getting what choirs needed to be done but doing it as a family and with so much love. How I wish I could go back to just one of those days and just see everyone again. I make sure when the grandchildren are here spending the night that we just sit and talk. I tell them stories, we sing, we picnic in the kitchen floor but we spend time together with out the electronic gadgets. They sometimes pretend they don’t like it but they always ask for more stories , picnics on the floor and they always ask for the good night song we have sung since they were babies. They are 11 and 9 now. I hope they remember Me-Me with as many happy memories as I remember of my granny. God bless…Denice : )ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne NicholsonFebruary 24, 2017 - 7:49 pm

    Lovely card Becca. I miss all the old traditions wish we could bring them back.ReplyCancel

  • Juanita BraunFebruary 24, 2017 - 8:42 pm

    Love the colors on your card. It reminds me of a peaceful day on the beach. I would like to see come back the family Sundays when all the stores were closed. I would also like to see manners, proper dress and respect return.ReplyCancel

  • D.Ann CFebruary 24, 2017 - 8:42 pm

    Another lovely card! I love this color!!
    I’m wholeheartedly with bringing back family traditions: eating together as a family (electronics free), studying scripture together as a family, raising a family garden, etc., and even extended family get togethers. A society is as strong as its families are.ReplyCancel

  • Linda WaltonFebruary 24, 2017 - 8:48 pm

    Love the frame maker! So many things to do with it.
    I’d love to see 2 things come back. Regular family dinners at the dinner table, and Thank You cards. It seems like less and less people send Thank You cards these days to acknowledge receiving a gift for a wedding or new baby, etc.ReplyCancel

  • Joni SFebruary 24, 2017 - 9:17 pm

    I love, love, LOVE the blue in this card – as well as the new You Are sentiments! Oh, so pretty :) I think the thing I miss the most is true letter writing – pen to paper, pages long letters. I know – it’s faster to type, and email is so quick and there is something to the connectivity in that. But there is also something to the process of pen to paper as well and snail mail. I miss it.ReplyCancel

  • Judy BennettFebruary 24, 2017 - 9:24 pm

    Absolutely stunning card Becca. The roses are such a lovely touch.

    As far as crafts, I think knitting and crocheting are not being passed down as they used to be. Fewer of the younger generation seem interested.

    I also think handwritten thank you notes are becoming a thing of the past. Sad that email has taken the place of something more personal.ReplyCancel

  • KathyFebruary 24, 2017 - 9:36 pm

    Awesome card…love the colors too…ReplyCancel

  • Jean MarmoFebruary 24, 2017 - 9:45 pm

    What a beautiful card! I would say writing letters.ReplyCancel

  • Penny GFebruary 24, 2017 - 10:45 pm

    I loved the card, I have ordered the frame maker die, and I can’t wait until I can play with it. I have to say, I was not a big fan of the cell phone when it first came out, yes it is great for when you had an emergency, but now all you see are people bent over their phones, even my son and I go out to eat, he pulls out his phone and I my tablet and read my book.Sadly these are the habits the younger generation will pick up. I grew up in a small town in N. Dak. and everything revolved around either church or family and some really really good food,sad to say those days are gone too!!ReplyCancel

  • Janet CastleFebruary 24, 2017 - 11:57 pm

    Gorgeous card Becca!!!!!! Thank you for sharing your inspiration with us!!!
    I would like to see more smiles, please and thank you, and you are welcome!!!
    Paper Hugs,

  • MildredFebruary 25, 2017 - 12:13 am

    We have a young family next door who have the MOST polite young children. Even to each other! I agree there just aren’t enough of the old-fashioned traditional please, thank you and you’re welcome. Not to mention holding a door open for a mom with a stroller or an older couple with walker/cane. Sigh. Beautiful card. The new color is a nice touch.ReplyCancel

  • Maryann LaursenFebruary 25, 2017 - 12:37 am

    Your card is as usual very beautiful Becca and I love the teal color on it too.
    About the customs, I agree with most here on everything, and I especially think, it´s sad, that young people are not taught about the very normale manners now a days, as it´s the young people, who we despite, while it´s actually the ones, who raised them we should , as it´s them who forgot to teach them.And sooo many old customs goes missing now, because noone hand them down to the young ones anymore,and my expirience are, that they actually really want to learn, but the adults are always too busy making money or being on the next vacation, they saved for and just never takes any time to spend with the younger ones, and that is sooo sad.ReplyCancel

  • PAM TASFebruary 25, 2017 - 1:35 am

    Hi Becca , love this card the colour is a nice change love it with
    the pink.
    My wish is for appreciation to come back simple but important.
    Hugs PamxxxReplyCancel

  • Joanna DicksonFebruary 25, 2017 - 1:36 am

    Hi Becca
    What an amazing card…
    I am currently moving house so have no spare time to craft at the moment. I love the elegance of your cards.
    Take care Becca until next time
    Ourjojo xReplyCancel

  • BenteFebruary 25, 2017 - 3:36 am

    A gorgeous card, Becca!
    Love your color combo :)
    I would love the custom of writing letters to come back, and also talking on the phone more with family and friend instead of just texting and emails.ReplyCancel

  • ElaineFebruary 25, 2017 - 4:24 am

    A very beautiful card again Becca.

    I miss writing letters , respect , and good manners most of all.
    God Bless
    Elaine H XReplyCancel

  • Doreen RitchieFebruary 25, 2017 - 4:58 am

    Beautiful card, as always. I think the old custom of sending a hand written “thank you” note has been lost in the present generation. Texts and emails don’t make up for a truly personal written message of thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Sandra SmithFebruary 25, 2017 - 5:07 am

    A lovely card! The background looks like one solid piece because you mitered the corners with your Frame Maker die. It does an amazing job!

    I’d like to bring back church on Sunday and a family meal after then family fUn and relaxation after. If you are in church, seems like everyone goes out to noisy restaurants after or runs off in different directions. I would also like letter writing personal letters to come back. I have my Grandparents love letters from 1919 and cherish them. People aren’t leaving that kind of legacy behind anymore.

    Great question!ReplyCancel

  • Maureen KFebruary 25, 2017 - 9:31 am

    Hello Becca,
    Oh my word this is gorgeous and shows your wonderful dies off to perfection.
    I’d like to see more good manners, such as holding a door open. Little things like that which were second nature when I was a child.
    Maureen xxxxReplyCancel

  • Patricia HowarthFebruary 25, 2017 - 9:58 am

    Hi Becca, A very beautiful card with your gorgeous dies and the flowers are so pretty !!
    I echo your sentiments on customs you would like to bring back. Also, in my opinion, the younger generation don’t seem to have the same values that my generation were brought up to have. They seem to live their lives on Facebook or equivalent, which in turn makes them unhappy and depressed that their lives are not the same. Also, they don’t have the art of conversation anymore, I know that texting and emailing are brilliant, but the words that the ‘sender’ uses may not be the same as what the ‘recipient’ thinks they mean, because the interpretation may be different. I also wish that more people would go to Church, they only seem to go for Weddings, Funerals and Christenings, and don’t seem to realise that the Churches have to ‘survive’ and rely on people who patronise them on a regular basis. My final ‘moan’ haha, is that the whole ‘meaning’ of Christmas is non-existent, the main focus is now on how many presents they can buy or receive, instead of the Glorious day that our Lord was born, the majority of Religious occasions seem to be forgotten and people only see them as days off work or similar, the whole occasion is forgotten. I will get off my ‘soap box’ now hahaha.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Lots of love from Patricia xxReplyCancel

  • Bette SFebruary 25, 2017 - 11:31 am

    Our America is so violent and full of anger anymore. This is not the America I grew up in and do not want my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren growing up in such an angry environment. The only solution to this, as far as I can see, is to put God back into our lives. One parent families are not good for children and it just continues the problems through the generations. The Lord is the only one who help us. beautiful card. Wish you had a frame maker for a A2 card. Thanks for sharing your card and your thoughts with us.ReplyCancel

  • Jean CFebruary 25, 2017 - 2:53 pm

    I love the card. You should use color more often. It is beautiful. Someday we may wish we knew how to preserve food. If something were to happen to our good sources many people would not know how to preserve food.ReplyCancel

  • Chelsea JohnsonFebruary 25, 2017 - 8:10 pm

    I wasn’t going to chime in on this post because I am a day late in getting to read your blog. The advantage of being a day late is that I got to read everyone’s comments. I did think of something that no one else has commented on. I would love to see the return of a good work ethic. Of course, there are many other important things already mentioned, like prayer in schools, going to church, listening to others, good conversational skills, and the ever waning properly written thank-you note. (Aren’t we sick of opening a thank you card that has only one line written in it?? If we are fortunate enough to even get a card, and not a text….) But the good work ethic is becoming extinct.
    May I also add, the card you have featured is lovely, Becca. I think it is so creative in how you have used the velum over the frame with the pretty gold ornament off to the left of the sentiment. Absolutely perfect.ReplyCancel

  • Verna PetersFebruary 25, 2017 - 8:22 pm

    I love your card. The colors are beautiful and you did such a great job on it.

    I would like to hear “Thank you” more often. We give Christmas and birthday gifts and if you are not present when the person opens the gift, you never hear whether they appreciated the gift or not.ReplyCancel

  • AlisonFebruary 26, 2017 - 12:28 am

    Saying thank you. I have found young people quite often do not acknowledge a card or birthday gift but just take it as their right. I sound picky I know but sometime you don’t even know if it arrived!
    That’s my moan so now on to brighter things. I love your card Becca. I must look at getting one of your frame makers It makes a great job of making your cardReplyCancel

  • Earlene BostFebruary 26, 2017 - 7:19 am

    Love this card! This blue is a favorite. All the comments have been great customs to bring back. And I’d love their return. Would love to see more genuine kindness and willingness to help others. When I was a kid we weren’t rich, but if someone was in need you did what you could to help. There’s too much ‘all about me’ mentality today.ReplyCancel

  • MichelleFebruary 26, 2017 - 12:05 pm

    Pretty pretty card Becca. It so happens I love this color. The custom lost I believe is family dinners on Sundays. Everyone is going their own ways and doing their things. When we do have a holiday dinner it seems everyone is on their cell phones. Next year there will be no cell phones allowed at the table. People need to talk to one another.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Smith-KirkFebruary 27, 2017 - 2:55 pm

    Hi Becca
    Gorgeous card as usual so pretty thank you for sharing- I would like to ditch the constant frustration of texts at times a lot of info is missing which means more texts when sometimes it’s easier to call x x xReplyCancel

  • Chris PecherzewskiFebruary 27, 2017 - 6:59 pm

    I am loved!!! yes I am the bible tells me so! this is such a pretty card I truly love your work BeccaReplyCancel

  • Janice BrummettFebruary 27, 2017 - 8:35 pm

    Beautiful card. Just rec’d my new frame die and so glad you added the link so I can review how to use it before I wasted my paper.

    So many customs are going by the wayside. One that comes to mind is the younger generation does not put flowers on the family graves on Memorial Day or any other time; write thank you’s; sit down to meals as a family, say Grace before a meal or offer up a prayer before bedtime, must be looking at their cell phones all the time, want instant satisfaction now, and they don’t want to take responsibility for their own actions. It’s a sad place today.ReplyCancel

  • Noelene ApapMarch 2, 2017 - 5:50 pm

    Hi Becca,
    What a beautiful card. I could say so many things about this topic. Wow where do you start? I would bring back the custom of eating together everynight as a family (so many families do not do this anymore due to work commitments), saying grace & giving thanks, cursive writing in schools, Less computer learning & more craft in primary schools, Getting a phone call when you get the job instead of an email, less txts more phone calls especially when its inportant.
    Im a little late this week at responding, but have a lovely week xReplyCancel

  • SandraMarch 3, 2017 - 9:21 am

    Hi Becca! I’ve admired your work for several years now. I’m always amazed at the beauty and elegance in your cards. This card touches me heart. The world seems to be ever changing and we live such busy lives. Sometimes it’s just nice to stop and let someone else know just how much they mean to you. You never know how much so few words could mean so much.ReplyCancel

  • SheilaMarch 3, 2017 - 6:31 pm

    It was always so lovely to see us (my children) around the big table playing games or cards in the evening time in winter, just as my parents did with us. Now families have nearly lost that my grandchildren and their mums An dads are so busy playing their own games I think it’s sad.ReplyCancel

  • LillyMarch 9, 2017 - 7:34 am

    "Altul care sufera de obsesia moralei absolute"hai cu;.t-tec&quotlNon-sequiaur" in visele tale."sau te-ai trezit bai Neo" esti exagerat de(…). merci, ai confirmat ultima parte a postarii mele. meriti sa fii (…) in gura. cu drujba.ReplyCancel

  • LeleMarch 9, 2017 - 9:16 pm

    Hola es muy bello.Todo existe y no existe, todo lo que imaginas existe en tu pensamiento. Todo es y no es. este es el mundo de lo relativo….Yo creo que: pasado, presente y futuro todo es aun tiempo. El tiempo no existe como tal. Es un continuo en el espacio.El eterno instante del ahora.Ahora para ti que lees esto será tu presente, para mi es mi pasado, y el futuro lo hacemos con el preBnete.sesitos y amorideas al viento, jeReplyCancel

  • Cheryl SMarch 10, 2017 - 4:53 pm

    Your card is gorgeous. What I would like to see happen is no stores open and no sport activities on Sundays. Sundaysshould be time for church and family like it was when I was a kid. We raised our kids like this.ReplyCancel