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This is a different type of card and it is gorgeous!Perfect for a sympathy card.

Barbara Chatzkel

Great use of the embossing folder. I hadn't thought that it was a good purchase until now!

Chris R. from Iowa

Perfect! OK I gotta ask, what did you use from the Christmas DP/The pretty strip on the inside is still part of the paper from the front isn't it which is from the Affectionately Yours paper. Did the wrong photo of the DP get put in? I really like the kraft paper - how much difference is there between it and the crumb cake? I really like the front with the Night of Navy cardstock mat. Then, the little enamel shapes are fun with the metallic thread. The inside is really pretty with that top piece and I really like the sentiment.

Last night at card club we made a crumb cake one with that EF just at the bottom and then used washi tape at the top with some linen thread and a sentiment punched out. No where near as elegant as yours but a fun touch and mine is a thank you card. I sandwiched the green flower washi tape between two layers of the blue flowered Affectionately Yours washi tape. I am now going to add a couple of the enamel dots to dress up the embossed flowers. Thanks for the idea!

Marjorie MCNellis

Gorgeous card!

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