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09/18/2014

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Katy McGloin

Sweet eclectic card, Dawn! You tied it together so well with these elements. Love the cheer-y colors!!

Susan Lankford

Very cute, Dawn...great idea to emboss the sunburst...I'll be trying that!

Robbye

Super card Dawn, I love this stamp set. Everything about this card just works so well together. There is always some tiny thing you'll do that catches my eye and makes me not just like but fall in love with your cards, and this time it's your whimsical use of baker's twine. I never would have thought of using it to make antennae.

Lynn Gauthier

Fabulous card Dawn. Love the bright cheery colors. That stapler is fun and love the colored staples that I got too. I wonder if the blendabilities would work to color staples. Too funny how our crafty minds work, eh!
Thanks for sharing with us!

Linda Callahan

The embossed sun on Bermuda Bay is fabulous! And I love the randomly stapled ribbon!

Nancy E

I got in a paper share, and I like the Motley Monsters paper too. I won't send any Halloween cards, except to grandchildren, but I agree that the paper has a lot of other uses.

Patti MacLeith

I love what you did with the sketch! It's such a cute collage.

Sandra Conner

Ahh, I was hoping someone would use this stamp set for this challenge. It was the first one I thought of, but I didn't have it. Your card turned out beautifully!

Kerry Willard Bray

So delightful, Dawn! Love everything about this card...the bright colors, the layout, that adorable piece of folded ribbon!

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