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Old 11-03-2018, 10:11 PM   #1
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I started this series of cards before the horrific tradegy happened in Pittsburgh.
I'm so glad I did and I hope they will be well received. Check them out at Bohodiva Member Gallery - Page 1 - Splitcoaststampers.com
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Are they made with patterned paper?
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I used a Happy Hanakkah paper kit, by Photo Play. The selection for Hanakkah scrapbook kits is slim. I'm surprised how many designers over the holiday.
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I looked and like all the cards very much. They are beautiful.
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Beautiful cards =)
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Love your cards! Where did the Happy Hanukkah in a circle come from?
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As I noted in the gallery-I think it is a beautiful run.
Now that you told us - I think I have that set!! I did not recognize it-your cards look better to me that the materials! Now I have to go look for it!

Are you thinking about sending them to that synagogue?

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Love your cards! Where did the Happy Hanukkah in a circle come from?
I used a Happy Hanakkah paper kit, by Photo Play.
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As I noted in the gallery-I think it is a beautiful run.
Now that you told us - I think I have that set!! I did not recognize it-your cards look better to me that the materials! Now I have to go look for it!

Are you thinking about sending them to that synagogue?

They are part of my inventory for an upcoming Holiday Bazaar.
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Those are gorgeous!
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