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09/11/2017

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LeAnne

Beautiful! This is truly elegant with all the embossing! Can't wait to see your other take on this set!

Robbye Hamilton

Dawn this card is stunning! I am over the moon in love with The Year of Cheer suite. The dsp adds a touch of elegance to your card. I really like how you used the washi tape. Awesome job Dawn.

HJ

Beautiful and elegant are two words I'd use to describe this card. Love all the glitz and glam both outside and inside. Great job. Enjoy your day!

Sherry in MI

That is one beautiful Christmas card, Dawn! Looking forward to seeing your other take on this beauty. Glad to hear that you are safe from most of the hurricane's devastation. Have a great day and thanks for sharing.

Linda Callahan

This is gorgeous.....love the shine! So elegant! But yes a pain to photograph! Hope you stay dry in the next day or two!

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