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05/18/2011

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Patti Chesky

Great card! I love your layered scallop edges.

Gretchen Barron

Love the layered scallops -- very nice touch! Thanks so much for playing along this week at Stamping 411! Blessings, Gretchen

Christy Q

Love the layered scallops and the layered flowers. The color combination works beautifully here.

Kerin Sylvester

Love the bold flower & bling with the subtle birds...fabulous card :) I wish I could say we're seeing the sun...I think it's been over a week of dreary rainy weather here!!

Ann Schach

Beautiful card, Kim! The double layer of scallops with the ribbon is the perfect touch. Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

LeAnne

Very pretty, Kim! I love those little scallops peeking out from under the ribbon!

Nance Leedy (Canopy Crafts)

Love how the bird on the tag coordinates with the bird DSP! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week! :-)

Anne Marie Hile

Hi Kim! I just love all the repeated "layers" throughout your card! The flower, the border and the punch all tie together perfectly. I love how you showcased that petty DSP, too. THank you so much for playing along with us at The Paper Players this week! :)

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