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Sherry in MI

Glad to hear that your MIL is doing better. I'm sure that was a big worry. We've reached the color peak her in SE MI, but, truly, we've had such a warm fall that many of the leaves are still green and on the trees! Our Locust trees are all yellow and it looks like golden showers when the wind blows. Have fun at your scrapbooking event and have a good weekend. TFS your lovely card.

Robbye Hamilton

Beautiful card Dawn. You truly captured the colors of the fall leaves here in the south eas. Great job

Linda Callahan

Love the clear panel on this! Very pretty fall card! Glad your MIL is doing ok!


Love this pretty fall card, Dawn. The clear panel adds a different dimension of intrigue and looks so nice with the embossing. Glad your MIL is doing better. It's always a worry when we don't live near family. Take care and have a great weekend.

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