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07/06/2016

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Marjorie MCNellis

Wow, Ging, making your own DSP is genius. Love how you did the balloons on the paper! The banner stamp intrigues me. Any person would enjoy getting this card.

Barb

This is a WOW card! I love how bright and cheery it is. The Birthday banners is intriquing.I must confess, I had trouble finding the white Thick Baker's Twine bow. I think it was because it was white on white or it could be my "old eyes."

Chris R. from Iowa

What a fun background you made! I love it! The birthday banner goes perfectly with the dots which I think you stamped. I had to smile - gotta watch that flame on the candle - it will catch the baker's twine on fire! That candle and the birthday banner really stand out on the white piece you die cut and looks so cute. So bright and cheery and FUN! That Dapper Dinim is a perfect blue to use with the other colors. Great job!

Linda Callahan

Love this! The stamped background is fabulous!

Dawn Tidd

So cute and colorful, Ginger! What a fun card to send to somebody!!

Ginger Toivonen


You gave me a good chuckle with your comment bout the bow catching fire - guess I better watch where I put those bows!
As for the balloons, the dots are actually on the balloon stamp but I like the texture. I am becoming quite fond of Dapper Denim. It is so vibrant! The banners are easy to do and I love that they have framelits too. Just finished a couple of spinner cards that I will post later in the week. Hope all is well with you tonight.


Hugs
Ginger

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