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04 May 2014

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Alex H.

A wonderful card... love the colour combination and all the little anchors. Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday!
;-) Alex H.

ColleenB. - Texas

fussy cutting that steamer..............you have more patience then I would ever have but you done a great job. It looks Wonderful and it made for such a lovely card.

You have the coolest visitors that come around even tho some don't stay around long. I so enjoy seeing all your wonderful wildlife pictures. Thank you
You're just going have to put in a man made pond.

We got up to 96 deg. yesterday and will be the same for today as well. I can only work for just a few hours in the morning and then have to come in from the heat.

Enjoy your day and have a wonderful evening

Rach

I'm so impressed with your patience in fussy cutting that steamer I can hardly stand it! It was well worth the effort, though as it so thoroughly pulls the card together. :o) I love the colors and those little bitty anchors--so cute!

The teals are utterly delightful--how wonderful to have new neighbors, even if only for awhile. And, hooray for sunshine!!

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou!

Ruth Ann Vincent

I can see the Steamer is something I will be ordering. Also like the DSP.
So glad you got some nice weather and you had new visitors.
Prayers for all.

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