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February 27, 2013

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Patricia Willey

Oh my word this technique is so light and airy! Glad you used three butterflies! I like groups of three so pretty!

Sue Lepako

I think the butterflies are perfect on this card. don't change a thing. It has such a soft look. How did you do the embossed framelit technique? thanks so much for sharing this card. I have to get my markers out and color some embossing folders!

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