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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!
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December 10, 2007


J.J. powers

pick a fast food place you eat at a lot and every time you go pay for the person behind you :) it's a RAK you can do even when the holidays are over!

Colleen Stearns

Oh Suzy, you have me in tears right now. I love that beautiful song. It was one of my grandma's favorites, and every time I hear it, I think of her. It's a good feeling. Thank you.

Some things we are doing/have done this year: paying for the Starbucks for the person in the car behind me in the drive through, caroling at the nursing homes, and making cards for the nursing home residents. Ian and Jake each spent two weeks' allowance and bought toys for the Toys for Tots fund raiser as well.

Happy holidays to you and your family, Suzy.


Oh I would love to win! Well, this year we adopted a family from the angel tree at church. Our children helped to pick out the gifts and also the lovely holiday meal that we provided them. Each year we usually do an Operation Christmas Child box where they get to put whatever they desire into the box and we send it in to church and they know that it is going to a needy child somewhere around the world. But this year was a little special because we got to adopt a family that was local. My children got to learn and understand that there are people that need our help right here at home. They enjoyed doing the shopping for the holiday meal and gifts. They also got to buy a toy and some canned goods to donate to their school. They learned a lot this year about giving not just what we don't use anymore but things we may even want ourselves. Merry Christmas!

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