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Kerry Wllard Bray

Definitely fun and funky, Dawn! I love the Polaroid style frame you created and how you taped it up. And the piecing of the wood block was so clever!

Linda Callahan

Definitely funky and fun! Love the fall theme with the grunge set and the washi tape,is,so,cute!

Christina D

That's a cute card. I love the wood grain stamp you used. It's a good one. Although I like the new one coming out too!


I really like everything about this "NUTTY" card.....LEAF it to you to WASHI TAPE it together so completely!


Dawn, what a fun card and once again Gorgeous Grunge played a part. I love the embossing on the leaf and acorn. Great job

Rachel S

I really like this card! I'm not a big fan of the color Summer Starfruit, but in smaller portions on your card, I'm forced to give it a second chance. :-) Thanks for sharing!

Susan Itell

Dawn...you are one fun & funky gal!!! Once again, you did a fun and fresh flair! Woot-Woot! Love the inside!!!


Dawn what a great way to use that woodgrain stamp! I am going to have to CASE this idea.

Nancy E

i'm so glad you used white. It gets overlooked a lot, I think.

Mary Fish

I'm "nuts" about this cute card! Love how you blended the bits and pieces, especially the washi tape!

Amy Lazzell

Oh how fun!!! Very cute!! Love it!!

Nancy E

I forgot to say "Thanks" for the chevron washi tape card. I love washi tape, but I had never thought to use it this way.

Patti MacLeith

GORgeous textures and card!!

Rae in Reno

Perfect, inside and out! TFS Dawn

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