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I love this card, Patter! That stamp is such a great idea! So many possibilities!
Chelsea
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What a great card! I love the colors & you're right, that snowglobe could be used for so many things.

This is probably a dumb question, but I'll ask anyway. :) When you sew on a card, obviously your stitches show on the inside so do you cover them or are you just one of those fortunate ladies that sews neatly? :)

LOL Stephanie!!! Some items I sew don't show through because I sew them before adhering to the card. However, on this card, the largest piece of paper is sew to the card itself so it does show through. I usually cover with a piece of patterned paper or cardstock on the inside. :) I may try to show some samples in the future because sometimes I just include a "strip" of paper if there is only a little stitching. My stitching doesn't look bad but I don't like it to show. :)

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