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  • I am a stay at home mother of 3 beautiful children and a wife of 8.5 years. I am from Sask., Canada, hence why I am "Stampin' in the Prairies"! I started my hobby in the papercrafting world with scrapbooking in February of 2003. I started making cards in 2004. I am now officially a papercrafting addict. I still haven't figured out if I am more addicted to making cards or buying the supplies to make cards!! :)

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February 16, 2009

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Diane Lebrun

You're about one thing: you should stamp because you love it and not because your fans expect a daily update. I stamp just about everyday but I don't upload them daily (it takes time away from stamping) but I do upload the ones I adore.

kerri

I am hearing you on that one. I was posting daily on my blog but it just got ridiculous and i am not as popular as you are.
Its not about who people think we should be but about who we want to be or are.
Great blog

Kyla Leanhart

I dont have a blog, so that part of it I can't comment on, but I can say that whether you post once a day, once a week, once a month, I have always loved your blog and will continue to check it. Love your ideas and creations, but I also love hearing about your family. Keep up the good work.

Kyla in KY

Joke Bosveld

I just started my blog. But I only blog when I have created something or have something to share. And that is not everyday and will never be everyday. I could really relate to your writing. Have much fun with your passion and let is stay a passion and not an burden. Love from Joke (Netherlands)

robyn

I don't know what the big deal is. I check in with your blog because I love to see what you have created and I love to hear whatever is going on in your life. You personalize your blog but letting us know how you really feel about important things. Keep doing what you want, not what you think other people want to hear. The truth will set you free.

Danielle

Well said. I agree with you 100%. I use my blog to show my girlfriend's and stamping friends what I've been up to without having to leave the kids with a sitter! Love your blog...look forward to visiting again.

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