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09/10/2015

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Nancy Farrell

Hi Dawn, the 100 year old BD card is fantastic. What a wonderful event! Weston's name plaque is great and from Grandma too! You can't get more special then that.
:)

Christina D

I love the card in a box, haven't tried one of them yet. Weston's sign is so cute!! Don't get too wet with the freezer!!

Robbye

One and one hundred, sounds like you hit both ends of the spectrum in one week. Both of your projects turned out so beautifully. I absolutely love both of them and I know both recipients will too (especially Weston) .

Linda Callahan

Talk about extremes! And both projects are fabulous! You are very artistic!

Susan (rainy)

Not sure I've ever created anything for a 100 year old!! But WOWZA!! That is an awesome card. Love your name creation for your grandson, too. Super cute.

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