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My name is Suzy Plantamura. I live in sunny Orange County, California by the beach. I have three kids, one grand baby, and two dogs. I draw watercolor cards and design stamps for Simon Says Stamp. I have a blog series called "one stamp, five ways" that I post to two times a week. I want to motivate and inspire others to use their stamp sets more and learn new techniques. I love designing products and making cards to share with others!
Simon Says Stamp

Watercolor Card Sets:

Everyday set

Spring set

Valentine set

Christmas set

First General Set

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February 14, 2012

Comments

karen

these are awesome Suzy!!!!

Rona

These are so cool! You make it look easy (but I know is something I have no talent for :) ).

Becks

LOL, I stared at your "you are my sunshine" one and pondered for minutes what's the hidden message by changing gray to blue. Are you not my sunshine anymore when sky is not blue? Then I saw your caption. Now I want five minutes of my life back! :P

Very wonderful job! I wish I could doodle like that. What tools did you use? Copic markers?

Diana Waite

these are AMAZING! I LOVE them all!! I could totally see the YW theme done like this--this is GORGEOUS work you doodler you! :) And I agree about dogs we have a dog that acts the same way about her food, she won't eat it unless we are in the room with her--WEIRDO!

Sandra A

These are wonderful! So glad to see you back, and that you seem to be feeling better. So you do these when you're sick, huh? I stare off into space. Looking forward to the layouts you're going to be sharing.

Kim Watson

You are so talented my friend! Putting your birthday pens to good use I see :D Miss u x

Glen

Hello Suzy. This is my first visit to your blog and I LOVE your quotes and doodlings - especially the first one. *Ü* TFS. ~Glen~

Penny Arnold

These are AMAZING! I SO WISH I could draw and doodle like that! Love Penny Scrap-aholic@blogspot.com

Hisglorygirl

Wow!!!! These are beautiful!!! Love how you're incorporating faith into these projects!!!

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