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12/16/2013

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Julia Aston

How fun to use DP for your card - love that frolicking deer! He looks like he's having a lot of fun jumping about the forest!

KarrenJ

What a great idea to cut your image from DSP! This is such a fun card, Margaret - love the scene you've created.

Marybeth

Wow...I can't believe all the hand cutting and detail on this one. You even added your own stripe! Love this!

Darnell

This is a great whimsical card, Margaret! I love all the dimension and movement you created by popping up your wonderful deer!! It's a fun card with all those patterns! Hugs, Darnell

Loll

Fun card Margaret. Love the dimension on the reindeer. Loll xx

Bonnie

That's some amazing cutting, Margaret! I love this flying deer!

Wendy Aungst

WOW, I can't believe you handcut the reindeer, Margaret! He's so perfect as is your very fun card! Love everything about it! Happy Holidays! :)

Kristie

Amazing cutting, Margaret!! Love this flying deer!!!

Myra Smith

How is it possible that you keep getting better!!! I'm inspired again! Myra

Debi Burgess

How adorable! And it has such intricate work with those antlers. Once again, great job!

LeAnne

What a cute little reindeer...the whole creation is fun and festive! The colors are so bright and cheerful, I just love it!

Karen D

This is such a clean, fresh card Margaret. Your 3D reindeer is wonderful on the background. Perfect cutting.Love the three wee snowflakes too.

Nina

Wonderful card Margaret, I love the winter scene you created and your reindeer is fantastic.

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