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AmandaAllender Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, February 12, 2011 11:52:02 AM(UTC)

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Here is the anniversary card I did for my in-laws. They aren't really glitzy people so I had to do a pretty simple card. I think I turned out pretty good.
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#2 Posted : Saturday, February 12, 2011 3:37:44 PM(UTC)

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It's beautiful, Amanda; bet they will love it and notice that you "know them" and didn't make it too glitzy.

I come from a family who is the nicest family anyone would ever want to have; but, we're not a bit glitzy. I'm probably the most glitzy one in the family. BUT, I do try to mindful of the fact most of our family isn't. I inflict it some; but, I try not to overdo it. I definitely try to keep it off the "guy" cards. Although, I do get into the hologram patterns under cutouts that give a sprakly effect for the guys. They seem to be okay with that.

Again, your card is really nice.

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AmandaAllender on 2/12/2011(UTC)
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