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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Denise M.

Soooooo adorable! Love the layered up twine in different colors. Love those embossed dots in the background, too. I finally bought the Seeing Spots embossing folder (so excited to finally have it). I used the retro sketch for this week's challenge, too, as well as the embossed spots in the background....GMTA!

nise

Cute! Your stenciled house looks so inviting. Can you share what the house dimensions are? It looks about 3-1/2" tall x 1-1/2" wide, which would fit on an A-2 card if I decide I "need" that stencil. Excellent use of the colors and the sketch. And you can never go wrong with Kraft anything. Hope your week is winding down nicely.

carol aka krillsister

Cute tag. Darling house.Love those colors together.

kathy/NorthCarolina

Sweet little tag! Love the embossed dots combined with the polka dot paper...clever! Have you read Our Town by Thornton Wilder? One of my favorite books ever!

Lori

This is so sweet, Broni! Love how you used the stenciled image.

Joan Ervin

What an adorable tag, Broni....the little house is sooo cute and I love how you added the sentiment over the sweet little heart!!!!!

Kim Howard

Great tag and I love the embossing you added in.

Lynn Put

This is so sweet! What a little piece of art your tag is. I love the stenciled house and popped up elements!

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