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Christmas 2010 - Snowsuit up!

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I can't help but to fall in love with these fun
chipboard mittens by Cosmo Cricket.
So much fun :)

Did you get started on your Christmas cards yet?

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  1. That card is adorable! Love the mittens!

  2. I love this card and mittens!!!

  3. Your cards and creations are so gorgeous. Thank you so much for all the freebies too.
    Hugs Emma x

  4. wow, your creations are beautiful! I browsed through some of your previous post and love seeing what I am seeing.
    I came here through Free Digital Stamp blog and love all the freebie images so much! They are awesome. Thank you girl for sharing. I am a follower now and looking forward to your card-making, tutorial, flower and freebie post.


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