November 30, 2012

Question for you...

Some days I don't have the extra few minutes to type out the blog post for the following day with all the crazy things life throws at us.  Do I skip posting on those days or are you okay with just a post with a card share with few/ no details?  Will you ask me for details if you need them?    I'd love feedback on this:)

Here's the thank you cards I made for my youngest's friends who came to his birthday:)

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would love to see more posts, even if the details are left out. I love your work!

Kathi said...

I love to see your cards and projects. Please post as often as you can even if you don't have time to add details.

Anonymous said...

Agree with above... love the card ideas even without the details. I look forward to checking your blog daily for inspiration! Julene

Lynda said...

I don't really mind one way or the other Ange. The only time I really like fine deeets is if I see a card I really wanna CASE and I wanna do it exactly. Love this racing car card....so simple and VERY cool. ooxx

Jan West said...

I love seeing the pictures and I know where to find you if I need the instructions.

Wanda said...

Love seeing the pictures!

Debbie said...

Ange, I love your cards. They are always an inspiration. I think I can get along without all the details. I do CASE your ideas frequently. ;-) The name of the stamp set would be helpful. Just keep them coming.

Debbie said...

Ange, I love your cards. They are always an inspiration. I think I can get along without all the details. I do CASE your ideas frequently. ;-) The name of the stamp set would be helpful. Just keep them coming.

Jody Makela said...

I love your cards and appreciate the extra time and energy required to add the details...but I will take whatever you can give and request info if needed - I love your work!!!

Jody Makela said...

I love your cards and appreciate the extra time and energy required to add the details...but I will take whatever you can give and request info if needed - I love your work!!!

Julie said...

As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. And I will ask how you did something or what was used, if I can't figure it out.