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Wow, this was a great challenge! Looking through the gallery has renewed my interest in stencils and has inspired me to dig out my old ones. They make great one layer cards, my current favorite.
I did make another one but was pulled away to make dinner and lost my momentum, now I'm struggling with a sentiment. It's a masculine card, with stenciled birch trees. I always struggle with masculine. Anyway, can I still post it to this gallery when I finally get it uploaded?
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