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August 10, 2013

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Margaret Spencer

so, so, so pretty!

Andrea

Hello Dawn, I too have been a follower of your blog and look forward to your "How'd She Do That" videos. I wanted to leave a comment and let you know what an inspiration you are to me, and I know many others out there in blogland. Thank you so much for being so kind to share so much of your inspiration with us in such detail. It's always nice to know we are appreciated right??? Big hugs, and I guess Happy Birthday!?!

Dawn Olchefske

Thank you everyone for your nice comments.

Dawn Olchefske

Thank you for the birthday wishes Bernadette!!

Dee in NH

Gorgeous card Dawn! Thanks for the great video.

KarrenJ

Great card and great video. Thanks so much for the tip to use the Stampin' Pierce mat when block stamping. I always got blotchy images so will now try the mat underneath. Also, it was great to see you use the Stamp-a-ma-jig in the bottom left position. This is how I always use it but I've seen most other stampers use it in the top left position. It's nice to know I'm not abnormal LOL.

BERNADETTE

Beautiful and simple card... Thanks for sharing and showing us how to use the stamp-a-ma-jig and the black starz on ink too.
Wishing you the best birthday s00n on this coning Tuesday!

Cherie

Another BEAUTIFUL card! I love the monochromatic look! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

Loz

Hi Dawn, I've been following you for ages now (from England!) but have never left a comment. This card has inspired me to do so. I absolutely love it and now have another idea for a sympathy card, which I usually find very difficult to design. I have used so many of your ideas and I have to say that I have never disliked any! Thank you for giving me so much inspiration!

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