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01/08/2015

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Brian King

Dawn, I LOVE your home-baked sentiments. Perfect for the suitcase when he's away. What a great use of the watercolor paper! Thanks for playing along with this week's PPA challenge.

Michelle Quinno

It's freezing here in NH (-2 when I was driving to work). This is beautiful! Love your homemade sentiment!

Christina D

That's a cute card. I need to recycle too. It's cold here, -2 and snowing.

Robbye

Hi Dawn, I'm a little late checking my favorite blog today. I had to get warm first. I'm sure 14 doesn't sound that cold to everyone, but for me, brrrrrr.
I love your card and your ingenuity. Using scraps is something I adopted when I did projects with students. Children will always call you out, especially about recycling and conservation. Trust me after 26 years in the classroom I know. Great job

Ann Schach

You are so clever, Dawn! This is the perfect sentiment for this challenge! I always love the inside of your cards. Thanks for joining us this week!

Windy Ellard

This cared is so unique...I love hearts and love the way you placed them in the background! Thanks for sharing!

Maggie Mata

Dawn, I love your 7-year old grandchild! What a sweet tree hugger like me. LOL. I too cringe when I see paper in the garbage. You are so clever to make your own sentiments! I would've never thought of that. So glad you joined us this week at Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge.

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