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November 30, 2010

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Sue

Hi Steph! I've been enjoying all of your cards - you've been one busy girl! One of the things I really enjoy about your blog is the variety of techniques and stamps and ideas in general that you use! It makes it so interesting to see what's next... Thanks for playin'!

Sarah

Wow! Nice embossing and coloring! I like the ribbon a lot as well :)

Thanks so much for sharing your work with us at the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!

-Sarah

E.T

this looks stunning Stef!!!

Terry

Hiya Steph, love it love it and yep love it...very classy and your background papers are just wonderfull Thanks for joining the DT of Simon Says Stamp and Show and hope to see ya for the next challenge...Hugs Terry xxxx

Linda Ledbetter

Hey, darling Steph, this is FABULOUS! I love the Fired Brick and black together-- it's a really classic, elegant look, and the way you designed this really allows the technique to take center stage. The little Happy Holidays disk is perfect, and that ribbon really is gorgeous! (Plus, red licorice-- you can't go wrong with red licorice!).

Bravo-- this is a ROCKIN' holiday tag!

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