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July 28, 2012

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Nikki

Beautiful cards Sue - love the ribbons - I think they are blokey enough - there's twine there after all. Smudge, what smudge? ;o)

Vicki

Fantastic cards Sue. Love the use of stripes like this might try ripping the ends next time too. Thanks for sharing.

Tina Gillespie

Fantastic cards Sue. I love the second one, especially the way you've done the sentiment - so cool! I believe it was Teresa Debrowski (sp?) who did the ribbon thingy!

Judy May

That DSP makes great male cards, Sue. The first one is my fave, the torn edges make a great frame for the sentiment.

Christine Blain

I'm a firm believer in using ribbon on male cards, Sue! The earthy coloured ribbons, with a bit of linen thread or twine, look great. I particularly like your first card; great way to use DSP scraps, my friend.

Robyn

Hi Sue! So glad I stopped by because I LOVE your cards especially the first one! TFS!

Rachel

I'm right into the first card too, ribbon and twine looks really good. What a good idea to use up leftovers, always looking for ways to do that!

Chris H

Sue, thank you for giving me the inspiration for my Dad's 90th birthday card. I cased your first design and it looks great! Great cards. Xx

Kathryn Mangelsdorf

Sue, the ribbon and twine on the card looks great and great for guys.

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