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July 19, 2017


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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

I really like several of these. I am in awe of your use of the old paper bingo numbers for Day 44. I see even the brittle ones don't go to waste at your house.

The heart in Day 45 was truly serendipitous, and I loved it.

For Day 47, I thought the "confetti" looked like chocolate squares. They made me hungry. It's a great addition and makes a unique IC.

Although I LOVE day 49, because of all the leftovers you used, I think my favorite of all is Day 48. I love the color, the repetition, and the design. I can see why you were drawn to the original.

Each of these was great in its own right and as a whole they make FOR ME, a memorable week of ICADs.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth

OOPS! Forgot to mention that I store my 3 X 5 inch index cards in a box I made the first year I played. I probably have room for one more year, then I'll need to make a new box. My next one won't be out of cardboard, but a sturdy hard book cover.

Sandra Wright

I couldn't pick a favourite Rainbow Postcard because I love them all...fab artwork.

Linda K

a wonderful and diverse collection of cards Cindy!! I love looking and looking to take in all the details and colors. Love your idea to put them all together in a book too.

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