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December 19, 2012

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frances byrne

hi lucy just to say how you have inspired me during 2012. I love visiting the'attic' and taking a peek at your lovely world there. Wishing you and your family a wonderful christmas, and healthy and happy 2013. from Frances in Dublin.

Suzi

It's so nice, I just absolutely love all those bright colours.

Sharon Braxton

I really wasn't sure where you were going with the wooly Christmas card thing. I so enjoyed looking at the photos as it came together and was totally surprised about makin the photo for a card. I LOVED IT! You are such a totally creative person. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Hugs,
Sharon

Shirley

WOW!!!! Absolutely and totally gorgeous!!!!!

kaylovesvintage

looks so pretty ,what a great idea

Brenda B.

What a great idea!! I wish I had your creativity!! Beautifully done.. Merry Christmas!

Jen

Such a gorgeous card! I never would have thought to do that myself, but it seems so logical for you. You amaze me, yet again!

Siegi

What a nice nice Idea!
Love it !
Brillant Lucy!

Shannon

Merry Christmas, Lucy! What a bright, beautiful idea! Thank you for all of the joy you add to my days; whenever I am feeling blue, your blog gives me a lift. I am looking forward to more of your brilliant creative inspiration in 2013!

JUDITH HUNTER

YES PLEASE WOULD GLADLY BUY A PACK CARDS WITH YOUR FAB DESIGNS ON!

Lianne

What a fun idea...thanks for sharing!

Patrice

Good Morning from Connecticut, Lucy!
Could you share this information on a scarf project we have going for our Newtown Neighbors??

Knit? Crochet? Sew?? We are making scarves for the 80 staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown. Please visit www.sentimentallyme.blogspot.com for information, and read up on my own family's connection to Newtown.

Please help spread the word!

Kellie from Indiana

Very creative! Turned out beautifully! I am gobsmacked, truly!

Becca-Lou

Gorgeous. What not try to get on to Clintons and see if they'd be interested in commissioning the photo. I love it

Anne

Wow, it is very very beautiful!

Karen

Fantastic idea and beautifully done!
Can anyone recommend a company for professionally printing such things?

Amanda Greenhart

I love it! It is like the best parts of Kirby's Epic Yarn (video game set in a knit and sewed world). Also, what you said about taking the idea "out of the Messy place" resonated with me. :)
I wonder if there is a way to make the cards textured like the original? It would be so neat if they were embossed so you could feel stitches on the paper...

Sue

Brilliant Lucy! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. Thanks for all your inspiring words and creations - you make the world a happy, colourful place.

Lauren

Awesome idea! Love the final result... so cute.

Roxie

I lo-ve it!!!!! Hope you have a great Christmas!!!!

LauraK

Lovely card. And i just adore the colours.

aishakenza

What a great idea! I think I might adapt it to other kinds of cards too. You don't mind, do you?

Adrianne

OMGoodness!! What a great, original design. Have you tried scanning it? Since it is flat it can get you an even better image. What a great idea!!

Have a great Christmas and all the health and happiness for the next year!!

Adrianne

Pam

OMGA! Love it! I made some snowmen doorstops a couple of Christmas's ago from some white "poodle-like" fabric, knitted scarves fimo noses etc... and then photographed them to make my cards with. Life is good....

Eva

You really do have a Creative Mind! That is genius!

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