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11/16/2014

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Tanya Boser

What a great combo of sets! They really do complement each other well. The sequins are a great touch and I agree that Crystal Effects is the way to go to attach the little lovelies. Now I have to think back and dig to see which Paper Pumpkin those sequins were in, lol!

Wendie

Sweet!

Yapha

Super cute card! I love the cupcake with this set. Great colors, too.

Ann Schach

How adorable, Dawn! I love the colors you used...so sweet! And what a great tip about attaching sequins!

Christina D

I love your card. Have fun with your group today!

Mike

LOVE the color palette and what a PERFECT bow!!!! Gorgeous!

Rochelle Blok

I LOVE this colour combo! What a great card! Thanks for sharing!

Shana Gaff

I love the colors you have used, Dawn. So girly! Cute banners and lovely bow!

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