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December 11, 2008


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Beth Jelec

Fabulous idea thanks so much for sharing that!!


Brilliant! TFS!


This is an awesome idea! I never would have figured out how to make the pillow boxes longer! Brilliant!


This is bloody brilliant!!! You have achieved genius status in my book and have now been added to me favorites list!!!!


Oh, dude. You rock all that is Big Shot! Awesome.

Jan Hoyt

ok, now I can buy the pillowbox die, great tutorial. I expect it will make more sense when I have the actual die to look at, too! Thanks, this is great! Jan


This is pretty ingenious and so cute...nice job!

Anne Lawrie

So clever!


Oh how clever you are! Now, I guess I'll get the pillow box.

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