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December 11, 2017

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Maureen Morton

What a great post, my creative gal! Love to see how you made this magic. I don't use paint on stencils (I hate the mess of paints!) but this gives such a great rustic look. I will try it! And I've wondered what to do with those cute gumdrops - now I get it! Your wonderful holiday piece, which is in my craft room all year, has a special spot of glory in our living room for the Christmas season. Thanks for all you do......you are super-amazing!

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