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Dawn! I love those copper embossed leaves. I need to figure out how to use my dies to emboss. I guess I need to sit down and test. Beautiful cards!


These are so lovely! Great job!

Cindy Elam

Just beautifil, Dawn! Love the little tease about the set coming in the holiday catalog, too. Teehee!!!


Sunglasses are probably needed with all that beautiful copper shining. I love the copper look, especially with the wood. Both cards are very nice. Have a great week ahead.

Ann Schach

Oh my gosh, Dawn! Both of the cards you created are stunning. I LOVE the copper embossing...WOW!


Beautiful cards! I love the copper on the first. It really pops.

Sherry in Michigan

Both cards are beautiful, but those copper leaves on the first one are just stunning! It really makes a lovely statement. TFS

Mickey Roberts

Dawn, your copper card is amazing. Beautiful touches to draw the eye but doesn't overwhelm. Gorgeous! Love the sympathy card and it's simple elegance.

Lou Kitzelman

Love both of these Dawn but your first card is just so beautiful in all it's coppery glory. X


Love these cards!! Gasp no Lovely as a Tree that just ain't right. lol You are so right this more than makes up for it! Gorgeous cards!

Heidi Baks

Lovely elegant copper card, and this set is so applicable for a sympathy card!

Linda Callahan

Wow these are gorgeous! Loving those ccpper leaves!

Kelly Kent

Love your cards Dawn, but the copper tones of the first is my favourite!!! Kelly x

Jay Soriano

Great cards Dawn. Love your use of dsp and copper elements

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