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kelly Booth

Seriously??? Excuse my first Comment I was on my phone and only looked at the pictures.....
You know? OLD eyes... :)
This is AWESOME and so are YOU!!!! xoxoxo

Barb McCarthy

A genius, I say, a genius!!!!

alison bergman

Beyond amazing! Where do you get the plastic Bazille paper? Love this. You can work on my card soon. My birthday was in September...so you are very overdo, even though we just know each other for a short FB lifetime...but I gratefully accept all cards ...early/late, whenever!

Helen Cryer

That is totally beautiful!!!

Donna Gibson

Love the accordion flip album cut from clear material! Very cool! Adding this to my loooonnng list of things to try!

Pooja

Amazing idea to use clear material for accordion album ! The colors and the embellis look fab !

Anna-Karin

This is so stunning!! Love the colours and great idea to use the Pediments die. I've been wanting to use the accordion flip on acetate too, love this look.

gscrapbooks (Gretchen)

Okay - WOW! So that is AWESOME!!! Love the idea of using the clear. What a cool card!!!! And you know i love that flip album! ;-)

Memoriesbymanda

This is gorgeous!

Scrapbook.com

Thank you for mentioning us! Love your blog!

Ann Benefield

Beautiful.

Gina

Wow this is amazing!!! Love it!!

Judy Estrada

AWESOME LOOKING !!!!

annie liu

wow!!! Beautiful!!!

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