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April 15, 2009


Cindee Wilkinson

This is my favorite one of the window sheets. Wish we could get a whole page of these. The corduroy buttons work perfect for these flowers and the daisy. Thanks for sharing.


I love these! I'm you cover the back of the brad with anything on the inside of the card?


beautiful samples, patty (as usual)! thanks for all your ideas!

Amanda Farlinger

Your cards are wonderful! I especially like how you've used the corduroy buttons.

Vicki Woebbecke

So beautiful, (we'll pretend its an allum 9Ithink their called) and not a dandilion
I do have a question though, how do you adhere the acetate to the card without the corners gettin snagged? snail tape, vellum tape, glue, what?
No one has showed us anything but finished cards
just curious

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