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This month Ellen has asked me to create a few projects and write up an article for her “In Touch” newsletter using “Flower Soft” which is a new product in her store.  So I have been busy doing just that!

I recently returned from a visit with all my granddaughters.  The twins were so good to just watch grandma work on her “projects”.  They didn’t touch anything as everything sat on their dining room table for days.  What sweet girls.  Well a couple of grandma’s projects were not turning out like she had planned so I gave the bits and pieces to them to play with.  Seriously, they played with them for hours!   Their favorites were the Inchies that I had colored with Copic markers,blog161inchies1withwm.jpg

covered with some Graphic 45 dp and edged with Flower Soft.blog161inchies2withwm.JPG

Next time I plan to let them help me.  They are such sweethearts.  The grandma in me gives me no choice.  I have to share these cute pictures.  lol

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Anyway… hope you can come and see some fun uses and creations using Flower Soft over at the “In Touch” newsletter.  Happy crafting!!

20 Responses to “Ellen Hutson’s “In Touch” March Newsletter”

  1. Oh Susan. Your granddears are beautiful. They are getting so big! Love how they are playing with your creations.
    Gotta get me some flower soft!! Love the tail on the rooster.

  2. Susan, your work is breath taking! Sensational! And those granddaughters? Well let’s just say you blew me away because I thought they were your daughters. Such beauties! (both the cards and thos babies)

  3. Projects look like fun, but wow…your granddaughters are as sweet as can be!

  4. Welcome back! I hope the newborn granddaughter is doing ok now. Your beautiful granddaughters have grown, but my goodness they’re so beautiful!! I’m glad you enjoyed your time with them, and I’m sure they enjoyed having you there as well.
    I just bought some Flower Soft from Ellen, and I needed a little direction for using it, so this came just in time! TFS 🙂

  5. Susan your alive. Kidding… Glad to see you back and the twins are just adorable. I bet they loved playing with gmas pretties. I hope they inherit your talent, they will be a great addition to the stamping world if they do. :0)

  6. Your granddaughters are adorable!! It is always wonderful to share your passion with your grandchildren. Something to pass on to them. Love your Flower Soft cards! I just posted Dave’s Garden Bunny on my blog and I used some Flower Soft on it. Hope your grandbaby is doing better, scary when a newborn gets sick, they are so little. Anyway, thank you for your inspiration!

  7. Glad to see you back! It looks like you had a good time visiting your family! They really are adorable!
    The flower soft looks interesting..I’ll have to check out your other post…!

  8. Beautiful projects! Your grandaughters are beautiful playing with your treasures! Isn’t it funny how kids can love what we thow off? My 8yo is still loves my cast offs!

  9. Your grand daughters are just so beautiful! Lucky you and lucky them!!

  10. Adorable, thanks for sharing!

  11. Your little grand daughters are adorable…I have 2 that are 3 and 7…my love for sure! I love you projects using the flower soft. I have purchased some, but have not used it yet…maybe this week…

    Pinky

  12. Your granddaughters are cute. You don’t look old enough to be a grandmother!! Love your cards.

  13. Glad to see you’re back Susan. Your granddaughters are so adorable! Share as many of those pics as you want.

  14. How wonderful you got to spend time with your precious little grandbabies!
    Your projects look fabulous!

  15. I love flower soft. I have been saving my pennies to get some. I am so glad you have a tutorial. Your DGD’s are adorable. They look like they would love to help you.

  16. The girls are so adorable! Love how you did the Flower Soft rooster tail! I would have never thought of that!

  17. I love your classroom projects Susan! I’m remember how much fun I had at CHA last July showing you the Flowersoft booth and how we ooh’d and aah’d over the projects. I bought a ton of it from Flourishes and haven’t played with it yet.

    Your granddaughters are so adorable! I know you enjoyed your time with them and that it went by much quicker than you wanted it to! Thank you for sharing the pictures, it’s wonderful to hear your grandbaby has recovered from her illness.

  18. I wpild never say your have so many grandkids! I thought these precious little girls are your daughters!

  19. The girls are just adorable!!! And they really look like they are having fun playing with your inchies. Those flower soft projects are really something else!

  20. Your projects are just gorgeous!!! And your little girls are even more gorgeous!!! Proud grandma!!! You have every right to be!!! TFS!!!

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