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Art Philosophy

Hello Krazies!

What a day what a day.  I did manage to get the Art Philosophy cartridge project completed and video taped.  YAY!  What a challenge it was - I had issues with the ink - when will I ever be able to use it without looking like a toddler got hold of her mama's ink pad?  I found a discrepancy in the directions and the quilled like rosettes were fun (not) but it's done YAY!



I wanted to have a little blog candy today but I'm not in a happy place at the moment. I just lost the job I absolutely loved today and I'm having a difficult time coping with the fact that it is due to someone in the crafting community that took issue with the Circle Crop we had in February.  I'm just beside myself right now.  Additionally the new GM actually shoved me and I pressed charges and despite there being 15 witnesses and video surveillance, the company I so adored claims that my accusations can't be verified. Ha!  Wonder what they are going to say when the guy is found guilty in court?  So, as you can see, I'm pretty upset right now.

I know peanut butter ice cream would make it better but alas I have none.

See ya in a day or two!


Hugs and Chirps!

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  1. Hi Tangee, I'm so sorry for your loss. The mess will come out in the wash I'm sure. Enjoy your peanut butter ice cream darling! I'm a newbie here and I just love your blog! I'll be back to say hello often! Come and visit if you get a chance!

    PinkE
    simplypinke.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you for the video and for the helpful hints! I was just looking at this card last night and was thinking about making it, so I am glad I watched your video first! And I am so sorry to hear about your job. Please stay positive and remember that everything happens for a reason. Hugs to you! :-)

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  3. Sorry to hear about the loss of your job. Everything happens for a reason and it will all lead to better things. Hang in there.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  4. I love your videos and tips. I can't wait to start using my cricut.

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  5. girl.............please tell me that is not true! You did an awesome job with the circle crop, and I sure can't "think" another crafter would be so hateful! Love you Tangee!!!

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  6. I love everything you do, Tangee! I'm trying to learn things to do with this cartridge, too! Your crafting is an inspiration!

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