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Thursday, 09 May 2013

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Sandra

I think this app is such fun, but I wouldn't have thought to use it on a card ... Thank you for the idea

Ruth

I am continually astonished by the apps that get thought up! I really like how the finished page looks, super cool!

Cheri

Looks like fun! But "to be continued..."? That's just mean!

Louise

sheer brilliance alexa! the boys have told me of this app...or something similar. I will have to try it out. My three love comics x

Deb @ PaperTurtle

So, so, SO clever! I love the comic strip you made, and I continue to be impressed by your tech-savvy ways. ;o)

sandie

You never fail to come up with an extraordinary and clever idea, Alex! Love the comic look and the app looks brilliant. I love playing around with effects, you did a great job and can't wait for the next part.

Miriam

You are amazing, I loved Bunty & Judy and haven't thought about them in years, Have a wonderful time with your daughter. X

Amy

Absolutely hilarious ... and you are keeping us hanging Alexa!

Paul B

Wow such a unique layout, I've not seen anyone else use a comic strip for inspiration before and it is such a brilliant idea, which in your hands, is perfectly executed. I think our comic day was Thursday, we had heaps of them. I never threw them away, I would read & reread them. Babysitters also came with armfuls of them too. Pxx

Missus Wookie

Ohhh a cliff hanger about the home beer! Sorry to hear your Dad's not been well, hope he is feeling better now.

I have a friend who uses a comic making programme on her Mac to do scrapbook pages (and cards and wrapping paper) for her grandchildren about their adventures. I think I'll send her a link to this post. How fun :)

Sian

I love this app. I did some family cards with it a while back - and you are so right. It's a match made in heaven!

The comic strip is just wonderful..looking forward to what comes next

Karen

Another clever project! That's an app I don't know and I agree it would make a great card.

Jen Hart

Very good, I have that app and my kids love their comics :) I must dust it off for a project life entry. Enjoy your weekend!
I am still savouring your cup of tea post.

Jacky S

Just love what you've done here,Alexa.....I'm a great lover of comic strips.....and I do hope the verdict will be satisfactory!!

rinda

I remember getting comic books as a kid, too. I favored Archie. Not sure if you had that there. Later on, I loved Mad Magazine.
Rinda

Jemma @ Just-Jimjams

Brilliant - just wonderful! Hope it was tasty too!

Yvonne Yam

Super fun. I think I need this app too. :)

Becky

This is brilliant! Can't wait to see if the beer was any good!

Michele

Brilliant - love it!

esther_a

I've bookmarked this post! Looks like lots of fun. I'm just waiting for my entry into the world of iPhone courtesy of my husband's hand-me-down work phone!! Two months to go!

Nathalie

What a cliff hanger!!! I want to read the next episode too! :) Very fun Alexa! And I think you should make a page about the childhood tradition you opened with, it's a great story too!

Lorraine

What fun! This would be great for a man card.

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