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September 02, 2008

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Amy

Yet more cleverness! Those are adorable. I hope the party is rumpus-filled.

Sandy

Wow - those invitations are wonderful - I love the colors!

dodi

oh, you are too clever! And such an inspiration to all mommies!! It makes me believe that I will be able to do this too. How do you find the time?!?!? I need a lesson on time management and how to balance the home, the kids, and my own personal interests...ugh! For now, I will just live vicariously through people like you! Enjoy that party - roar!! :)

mary

Those are great invitations! I can't wait to see the favors, cake, etc! You are so creative!

Kristina

WOW! SO cool! That's the kind of invitation a person can't throw away 'cause it's just too FUN! I can definitely appreciate your attention to detail--Mommy of the Year AWARD seriously!

Amy @ parkcitygirl

Those are so great! I hope she knows you are the best mom! Your bd present came in very handy - eh?

Alexis

Those might be the best invitations that I've ever seen!

Jen

absolutely LOVE the invitations. the little monster is so darn stinkin cute!

Anne

Very creative and expertly done! You are so very talented. (I am still using "Greetings Workshop" and ink-jet paper--so lame!)

I know the birthday party will be so much fun. I hope you'll share photos.

Michelle

How cute are those? You are so good at the birthday party thing. I think I should be taking notes.

holly*

those turned out super cute!!!

Stacey

your invitations are cuter than the monster gift boxes you have! Those are great...

Paper Dolls for Boys

That is seriously cool. Why don't my sons ever get that kind of invite in the mail? Can't wait to see the photos of the party!

Scott at Blue Nickel Studios

my ears hurt already....clear across the country...
Seriously cute cards...do other mothers call you Martha??
Linda (my wife) doesn't do things quite like you, but she is clever, and I can see you are too!! (her friends call her Martha...so that's how that relates....kinda)

sandi a.

I love the monster cards and my son would think they are great, too. He loved monsters as a kid. His collection of rubber monsters (a small suitcase full) reside here with us and now when my grandson visits he enjoys playing with them. Some things are timeless!

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