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03/23/2012

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The frames are a simple, yet very clever idea!

I like these cards! Thanks for sharing.
Anke

Your cards look great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Those are great, Lorena! Finding a stamp set for under $3 alone is amazing, and your cards turned out beautiful :D

Love your color combo! Thanks for sharing!

great cards

You added just the right touch with your sentiments...simple and classic!

These are wonderful and so simple! Framing each card with a black pen is a wonderful touch.

Fantastic cards!

Wonderful set of cards!

So cute! Your cards look great!!

Simply delightful! And the framing idea is awesome!

Wonderful cards....I like the black pen and ruler effect.

Love the clean crisp look of your cards... and great idea with the 20 cent paper!

Love the clean and simple look of your cards!

Very cute set of cards--I like the color combo.

These are great! I love the sentiments!

Your cards scream, "HAPPY SPRING!"
They make a girl smile!

amazing how different each card looks with the same set. great job.

Good job! and great ideas too. Thanks!

How pretty! Love the colors - and the way you changed them up.

Very lovely cards. Thank you for sharing them.

great cards and love the color combination!!!

I love the sentiments you used and the colors! thanks!

Great color combo!

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