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15 February 2013

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Ruth Ann Vincent

I like your card. I have to think outside the box.
Using my stamps for any season, not just the normal.

Interesting mushrooms with snow toppings! You take such clear pictures. Thank you for sharing.

Terri

What a great idea - a winter card that isn't a Christmas card! That's the kind of card I could use for all of my Florida relatives, some of whom have never seen snow - how can that be??? (Easy, they avoid Saskatoon except in July!). Thanks for the photo as well, simply stunning!

Kelly W.

What an awesome card Jaydee! You do cas SO well! The embossing folder is perfect for the sentiment and the ribbon pulls it all together. Sorry you missed the deadline but happy you shared with us. The snow shrooms are beautiful!

Sondra Agathakis

too too cute! love the embossing

Doris D.

Embossing. Beautiful. I haven't embossed in ages and I think I will do it today. Your card is such a great inspiration. Love it.

Kathy brown

Great card! Love rhis blig, too! Thanks for the chance to win!

Kathy

ColleenB.

Love your CAS card and you're right; that song will be in my head for most of the day.
Enjoy your nature pictures. thanks 4 sharing them
ColleenB.

Linda

I love, Love, LOVE that card! Perfect pairing of stamp and embossing, and the colour is perfect.

Darlene L

Great card. Love the concept of music with the words and then the snowman all included. Very nice nature picture too. Thanks for sharing.

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