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December 22, 2010



Beautiful cards!!!

Chris Aiton

What lovely cards!!! I know that the women in Bob's office will love them!

kim whitten

Those are awesome! I think you should do a little tutorial on how you put them together.


Those cards look amazing!!!! wow! Yes, tutorial is definitely needed.
and I am missing you visiting my blog *sniff*. :)

Antonia Krajicek

I'm so with you on the wrapping this year...I'm bored of it all.. My packages are so plain jane and boring but, at least they are wrapped!

Your cards are so pretty!! I love how you layered the folded embellishment over the doilies. Nice touch! :)


I saw them on FB!!! ;) awesome stuff!

Julie Tucker-Wolek

These are GORGEOUS Deana!! Merry Christmas! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)


Really pretty cards :) I've been working on a project with the folded circles--they are such a hot embellishment right now.

Don't feel bad about your presents--mine are so boring, too. Wrapping is not my favorite thing.


Lovely flowers! I didn't make them until I got a Martha Stewart scoring board, then they became so easy!

But none are under the tree... just regular wrapping paper and name tag stickers. I know what you mean...


Oh, they're beautiful!!!

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