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01 May 2013

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Rosemary

Hi Jaydee~ I love your cards & I love the dsp glad I bought it to make a birthday card with it this weekend. I adore your cat! He reminds me so much of my cat Shamus, a big hairball but so cute! I really look forward to your posts each night, thanks for sharing.

Beth Rigden

Great cards and what a difference a few changes make! I am trying to catch up on the posts-but I did like the card with glitter only on your previous post.
Love the Bailey picture too!

Rach

That DSP is so sweet! I *think* I got it...I HOPE I got it! My box arrives TODAY!! :o)

That first card is so very sweet and cute, and alas, not very masculine, huh? ;o) The second, though, that's a wonderfully masculine card. :o) I think it's amazing how that masculine-ish paper is the backside of that cutie pie paper. They did that well.

What a gorgeous ball of fur your Bailey is! I love that photo! :o)

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou! :o)

ColleenB.

Beautiful cards and papers. Done the papers justus in making of your cards

Bailey is one adorable cat and what a furball he is.
Had upper 80 deg. temperatures yesterday and now this morning it's in the low 40's with chance of possible freeze tomorrow evening. :{ Crazy weather. Not to be like this at this time of year in Texas.

Brenda F

I love the picture of Bailey! He is sooo gorgeous. We are having a snow day today-7 inches and it is still falling hard. Miss you!

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