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Marjorie MCNellis

Love the mini pinecone touch on the North Pole sign!! Us kids would love this card!


I love this stamp set and you did a fantastic job on it. It looks like a lot of detail work but the finished project is fantastic. Now go rest your eyes.

Chris R. from Iowa

Oh I love the little pinecone on there! Your coloring is so special once again! Oh the memories this brings back! The house I grew up was a block from the train tracks and in the next block there is a bridge over the tracks. We could hear the old fashioned coal tendered trains from quite a distance so we could all rush to get our coats etc and run and get on the bridge in time for the train to go under us. The would always blow the horn as the train station was a few blocks away. Mom wasn't too happy with us, sometimes the steam was coal dust and we would get the soot on us! But to feel the rush of the wind from the train and thundering noise and the shaking of the bridge - it was all worthwhile to us! Imagine our surprise a few times closer to the holidays when the conductor or the guy on the caboose would throw up candy to us! They usually had a bell on the front too they would clang. It doesn't look like this one has the bell but maybe the wreath is covering it up. The good ol' Burlington Route! Thanks for the memories!


Love love love today's card & yesterday's card! This train made me think of the Xmas story about the train called the Polar Express. Love the Xmas cards you're doing! Fabulous detail & amazing color! Awesome cards!

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