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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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nise

Darling! Totally love this! Never thought I would be ga-ga over a pastel lion, but here it is. You always nail the colors and using that lavender striped paper hits a home run 😉. Hoping your granddaughter and her team have fun and success at their playoff tournament. My oldest niece played softball and I always enjoyed lugging my lawn chair across the mitten to watch her and her teams play. Cheer loud, Beachy!

Joanne James

Broni your pastel lion is just adorable and this card just exudes positivity. I'm sure your granddaughter will love it! Wishing her the very best in the play-offs - I hope she and her team smash it! Thanks for having me as your Guest Designer this week.

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