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Hi Everyone! Just wanted to pop in and share some exciting news! My brother is the founder and CEO of an award winning software company that created an amazingly easy and fun piece of software for making timelines. His company, BEEDOCS, recently created a how-to video and the timeline used as an example is pulled right from my blog! How cool is that? To watch the video visit his blog HERE.

This picture shows the print of the timeline he created. Recognize those cards? I sure do! For today's card I had more fun coloring my Hero Art's Large Flower image with white colored pencils. I also had some fun with my medium Papertrey Ink scallop die cut. I cut the die out twice then used the solid scallop and the polka dot negative scallop but pulled them apart just slightly. I LOOOOOVE it! :)

The sentiment is from Scattered Showers and the papers, twine and button are from Papertrey Ink.

Thanks for stopping by!


donna mikasa said…
How cool to see a timeline of your cards! What a neat program--and a pretty cool brother!
Sarah J Moerman said…
Love your card, Ashley. Great idea with the scallop!
This crad is so gorgeous. I loved the colors!!! And your brother's program sounds so neat. I am checking it out!
Virginia L. said…
Congrat on your brothere's fantastic news!! I will check it out and I'm sure it's a great tool for many! LOVE your gorgeous cards! Just delightful -as always!
Kathy Martin said…
This card is gorgeous! :)

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