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09/06/2017

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Robbye Hamilton

What a gorgeous card. Makes you think of cold nights snuggled under a warm quilt. The added stitching effect is the perfect cherry on top. Great job Dawn.

Linda Callahan

You are a quilter for sure! Love this homespun look! Cozy!

Sherry in MI

What a lovely card. I really like the way that you laid out the squares...very eye pleasing. And the patience it must have taken to add the stitching on top...oh, my! TFS

Mz Cookie

I really love this card. Would love to try it.... Wondering what color green that is? Thank you so much for sharing your creativity

HJ

I love this pretty Christmas card. The "stitching" is a great detail...only a quilter would think of. I'll have to CASE this one. Thanks for the inspiration. Don't know how I have missed several of your posts. Busy life gets in the way sometimes. Have a great day!

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