how Mr. Madu Alihadji from BURKINA-FASO, WEST AFRICA knows that I am so trustworthy he can put $11,300,000 in my bank account and know without a doubt I won't steal it. I have never been to Burkina-Faso, West Africa nor do I know anyone there. I don't understand where "Judith" found the sexy on-line profile of me that made her so excited to contact me for mutual romantic friendship. I don't understand why people I've never met want to sell me drugs to make parts of a body that I don't even have 'more ready for love'. Everyday I'm bombarded with offers and requests that usually have to do with money or love. Let me be very clear about this: if it costs me $187.00 for you to transfer millions to my account, I couldn't afford it. I'm happily married and am not interested in you romantically. I don't have the kind of equipment your drugs work on. I know this won't stop you and I even get a giggle out of some of the requests. Now that I have that off my chest, let me introduce you to two of my favorite things: digital images and Magnolia stamps. The entire background of this card was created in MemoryMixer using Fly Pixel files and then saved as a .jpg. The .jpg was imported into Word and printed out as a 4" x 5.25" picture. This particular set was called 'Togetherness'. I used the background paper, flowers and the circle. Maggie was stamped, colored, cut out, popped up and placed sitting on the circle. The sentiment was Stampin' Up. The background was layered on red cardstock and then placed on a Kraft card. For a printed background, I think it looks pretty good. Even if you don't scrapbook, there are some really nice digital paper and embellishment sets on the market for low prices and they are soooooooooooo easy to store.