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I was able to spend a few hours in my craft room today.  I lost my photo editing software so please excuse the photo quality.  Have a great day!


Lisa Lynn said…
Cheryl, glad that you survived the WI winter and came out of hibernation, lol. Gorgeous card. Love your coloring.
Sandra H said…
Beautiful card and adorable image used too x

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