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Judy e mathena
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At 6:31pm on October 21, 2017, Selina Macisco said…

Hello Judy!  Thank you for your lovely comments on both of my recently posted cards!  I really do appreciate you and your kind words.  I hope that you are feeling at least a little bit better.  Are the shots starting to help you?  I hope are enjoying your week-end! :)

At 2:33pm on October 21, 2017, Judy Inukai said…

Hi Judy, thanks so much for your lovely comments on my Christmas cards. I did feel like I was on a roll this morning and am glad to have some more cards to add to my stash. Hope you're feeling better. Hugs! 

At 6:08pm on October 18, 2017, Jan Brazier said…

Hi, Judy - me again! I just wanted to tell you the Santa is just cardstock - no vellum. I can see why you thought there might be. It certainly looks like it in the photo. I think it is the effect of the sparkle on it that is giving it that look. Have a great week! Hugs, again!!

At 6:04pm on October 18, 2017, Jan Brazier said…

Thank you, so much, Judy for your sweet comments on my red, white and green cards. You are right - the cards you can make with this technique are endless! I will have to try a few different types, for sure! Here is the link you wanted

At 5:29pm on October 18, 2017, Bonnie said…

I go through so many holiday thank you's that it is never too soon in getting those made. So glad you liked this one!

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