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July 17, 2017

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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

HMMMM! That Eiffel Tower looks very familiar. I adore the way you incorporated the security envelope into the project, creating a window for us to peep through. I adore the theme and the way you have carried it through each of the pages you have made so far. I simply adore the "apple a day" and the flowers on the left side of that spread. I also like how you have used the bingo numbers from what appears to be a thinner bingo card. It's a wonderful beginning, and I like where it's going.

Carol Costa

I also received my book las week. I look at it everyday sitting on my art table and wait...and wait. I want to work in it, but fear stops me..fear that my book will not be as professional as the others. Also, I'm disappointed that the papers aren't really water media. I wanted to use watercolors, but will have to use colored pencils. I didn't think of gouache...but that takes water also. The book can't be thicker than 1 inch. More limitations!

I like what you've done so far...Congratulations for jumping in so quickly!

Electra

Your art just makes my heart sing!!!

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