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24 November 2012

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Amy White

Fabulous Christmas card Jaydee! Love the panel you created with the holly stamp, and the embossing looks so pretty too!

Rach

This is a fun sketch, and a truly gorgeous card, Jaydee! Oh how I adore Cherry Cobbler...:o)

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou! I hope you didn't get too cold out there with all that snow the other evening!

Helen H

Beautiful card, Jaydee! The all over print you have created with the holly image is absolutely gorgeous & the gold cord trim is a perfect accent. Thank you for such a fabulous sketch! :)

Beverly Becraft Blair

Love the card Jaydee ... hey please email me
@aol.com .... I sure hope that this goes through. I can't seem to reach you through email and a lot of times I can't respond to your site neither. Hope all is well. Miss talking to you.

LeAnne

Really pretty....I love the "stamping, stamping, stamping", as Linda C calls it, on the main panel...very pretty and a wonderful sentiment too!

Ann Schach

Beautiful, Dawn! I love the texture on the cherry cobbler panel. It goes so perfectly with this stamped image!

Dawn Easaton

Oh Jaydee, this is gorgeous!!! I love how you've created your panel with the lovely holly branch! I must CASE this idea from you!!! Beautiful!

Nance Leedy (Canopy Crafts)

Beautiful, Jaydee! I love the gold cord--it adds texture, glitz and pairs nicely with the gold cardstock. Beautiful coloring of the holly sprigs. Wonderful sketch too...hope you had a lovely holiday! ((hugs))

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