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Christmas 4--Snowflakes

Thanks for hanging in there with me and my GSS entries...These are the last two. I put little rhinestone stickers in the centers of the red snowflakes.
I just love this Night Sky Shimmer paper. It looks so beautiful when it is embossed. I hadn't tried white yet, but here are some white snowflakes, and I really like how they turned out.
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  1. Cheryl all the cards are FANTASTIC!! So fun and festive!!!!
    Have a GREAT day!

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  2. FABULOUS Cheryl! I just used this set too.. it is so PRETTY!!! Great cards!!

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  3. Love the snowflakes, always a snowflake fan. I need to get moving on my Christmas cards. You're putting me to shame here!

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  4. Love that Noel card. That blue is breathtaking. I totally love your profile about being a cool kid. Too funny:)
    http://www.cre8ivecindy.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hey Miss Laundry Basket, I left you a blog award if and when uyou have time to pick it up. Love those cards.

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  6. excuse my comment that has nothing to do with cards. ( I do LOVE your cards though)

    Stoller.....
    I really want your advice. I was thinking of just doing the frame/carseat combo and then an umbrella stroller, because lets face it I am a wimp and need light strollers. Here is my question though, how tall are you? Does you have to bend over to much with the umbrella strollers? Does it hurt your back? What about the lack of storage space on those? Big deal? Have you owned a frame one? I have heard a few little bad reviews about them. Also, I mean I hope to be on what I call the Cheryl Knutti plan and just keep pumping out the babies and get it all over with quick. So I expect to have a second baby only about 1-2 years after the first (granted this could change) But we would just get a double at first then? I really don't want to...i don't know. Have you ever had a double? teach me in your marvelous ways please. I don't know what to do.

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  7. These cards are so pretty! I love those snowflakes!

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  8. Holy cow, those are gorgeous!! I love the snowflakes!!

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  9. Simple, elegant, and a perfect snowflake song! I just love it, Cheryl! :>

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