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LeAnne Pugliese

What a fun, breezy little card you've created! I love that plaid background, too! Looks like it was an educational trip as well as a fun one!

Doris D.

Love, love the bicycle card. Such great colors.
Glad their educational trip was good. You were in my neck of the wood, Yorktown!

Linda Callahan

What a great trip! I love Williamsburg! You deserve a day or two off to putter! And your bright card is wonderful! Love the red backdrop and colorful bike!


Love this card, Dawn, with all the colors and the plaid DSP. Great pictures. I'm sure they will remember this when they study it in school. They are at a great age for this trip. Enjoy your day!

Robbye Hamilton

Adorable card Dawn, there's something about a red bike. I love the pictures of the grands. I'm sure everyone had an awesome time.

Sherry in MI

Cute card, Dawn. I had a green bike growing up, but I secretly wanted a red one! I love Colonial Williamsburg. In fact, it was one of our honeymoon stops. You deserve a little R&R time after Cousins Camp! Relax a little...so maybe you won't get everything done on you list. Tomorrow is another day...to stamp! LOL! TFS

Rita R

That background is just perfect for your adorable bike ... love the idea of the Washi tape edging your bike layer, too! Loved the photos of your grandchildren. I was surprised to read Sherry in MI's commenting about Williamsburg being a honeymoon stop for her and her hubby, because that was where my hubby and I honeymooned 42 years ago, too!!

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