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Robbye Hamilton

I think this is the first card I've seen with a Basic Black card base. The first thing I thought of when I saw it was the eclipse. We aren't getting the grand show you are, but I'm excited about what will be visible. This card is unique and quite stunning. Awesome job Dawn. BTW, I'm always threatening to just show up at your door today probably would have been the day to do it. I would get to visit with you and see the eclipse in totality a win win, lol.


Now that's the way to celebrate the eclipse! Great card it's very stunning. Enjoy the eclipse we woke up to rain here hopefully it will clear out.

Sherry in MI

Great eclipse card! We got about 80% of it here in MI. It got cloudy as the morning worn on, so I don't know how much was really visible. Guess I'll have to wait for the next one! TFS

Ann Schach

A perfect eclipse card, Dawn! I LOVE the colors...just perfect for Iowa Hawkeyes or Mizzou Tigers fans! Great job, my friend!

Bronwyn Eastley

Love your eclipse card - a fun way to celebrate a once in a lifetime event.


A stunning card to celebrate the spectacular event! "TOTALLY" fun!

Mickey Roberts

I love the eclipse theme for your card, Dawn; how fun! So many great details in a simple design.

Twila Davis

What a great card to celebrate the eclipse. I love the look of the yellow shining through the black cardstock. Fun card

Nikki Spencer

Loving the clean lines and pop of colour Dawn...Beautiful use of this set! xx

Charlet Mallett

PERFECT ECLIPSE! Such a fun card, thanks for sharing.

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