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LeAnne Pugliese

Oh my, this is amazing! It was worth all the time you put into it! I bet he will love the glow in the dark stuff too!

Linda Callahan

I’m afraid just to watch the video! But you are brave and jumped right in! I love this.....and that glow in the dark stuff will make it even more fun!


He will love this cute card, Dawn. There's a surprise around every turn, plus the glow in the dark embossing powder. I'll have to check out Jennifer's video. Enjoy your day with your Cards and Coffee group.

Debbie Bound

What a FUN card! Luke will love it! I watched Jennifer's video and want to try this technique...someday! :)

Robbye Hamilton

I love it! I adore the nocturnal party feel. The layout is really interesting , I’ll definitely give it a try. Thanks for the tip about the scrap paper. I know your grandson loved it. They seem to be growing up so fast.

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