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July 09, 2014

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Pat S.

Just so adorable and with such an excellent video. Thank you for sharing Dawn!

Jean Blevins

Dawn,I loved your idea about simplifying the process of making this card.I'm sure someone besides me wondered at the time of purchasing the Scalloped Tag topper Punch,now just what am I going to do with this. Boy, howdy,we sure know now. Thanks!

Dawn Olchefske

Jen - I got your email. Your card is SUPER cute!! TFS!

Jen Evers

Oh duh! So sorry Dawn. Found ya! lol I did email you the card that I copied from your video today. Thanks so much for the lovely tutorial. I had to use alternate tools so mine is somewhat different! xoxo Jen

Bobbi Miller

Dawn, you are amazing! I have been making this card for a while, and I love its design. However, I have to say, your idea to make the template couldn't be more needed for me! I kept "eyeballing" too, and sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. I am going to make templates for all my girls in my group. I also adore this little octopus, he's so cute and I love him peeking out of this card! Great idea! TFS

Dawn Olchefske

Thank you Naomi! Glad you liked the alignment/template tip. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

Naomi

Dawn, thanks for the template tip; that's the perfect solution for this card! I also like how you used the baker's twine to tie it closed; much easier to tie and retie than ribbon in this situation. I love your videos too - keep 'em coming! :) :)

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