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Friday, July 11, 2008


Meridith Ethington

This card rocks Suzy! I love the colors and all of the texure! :)


This card is fabulous! LOVE it!♥ :-)

Tricia Ulberg

Wow I love this card...the colors are gorgeous!


very cute. i love the dimension to this card.


Your card is fabulous - very creative! In The Treetop is definitely my next set!!

Beth Norman

Such an imagination. I can't take my eyes off this gorgeous card. I love how you used the vellum, and then cut out individual leaves--very clever.


It's brilliant how you defined the shape of the tree using vellum ! Super-Neat idea & adorable card :0)


I {{{{heart}}}} your card Suzy!!!!


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