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__________________ Jeanne S - Inky Paws
A great challenge, thanks! I used SU's Greeting Card Kids (isn't she Sweet?) and Making Memories' Lovestruck stamp sets. Added a dc heart, some recycled holiday twine, and a red shiny border. Here's Lots of Hearts
A friend's eye is a good mirror. Irish Proverb
I used a DP - keeping my resolve. At this rate it should only take me about 50 years to use it all up! I don't even keep the DP scraps. I have 3 boxes of solid cardstock scraps. I cut a piece of solid pink for the BG, but caught myself just before I stuck it to the mat. I have to say I actually like the added interest of the DP. Here is my Sweet Kisses card
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