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Christina D

I love your card. MDS does look like fun. Guess I need to invest in a new computer so I can start. I already have most of the weekly deals except for the mds ones.


Great card Dawn. This proves you really can find your inspiration in some interesting places. When I watch Food Network I'm too busy drooling to see anything besides the food, lol. I love the colors and applaud your inventiveness.


I like this idea.Nice mixture of colors & elements.

Nancy E

I love this color combo, and I want to try it soon.


Thanks for playing again, Dawn!!! Here's a hint about rounded corners. Add in a piece of cardstock or DSP as a layer. Then, right click on the layer and select "Round corners". You'll get a dialog box that allows you to select which corners to round, and how big/small the radius should be. Hope that helps!!! Way to go with finding another way - that's perseverance!!

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