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April 19, 2012



I like this.


What a fun idea to use the ticket die cut to create a smaller card! I love these fabulous, bright colors, Cheiron! Awesome flowers too! :)

Winnie Dolderer

Love it. Great shape you chose and the ticket looks real. Congrats on being a hostess..I am excited for you.

Lisa (ThePurplePlace)

Great card Cheiron, I love this shape and although it's been in my collection, I've never thought of using it in this way -- until now! It's adorable and perfect for so many uses!!

Maureen Morton

Go to the head of the class, Cheiron! This is great way to make a tiny gift card.....Love the bright colors and patterns.

Emily Leiphart

This is so cute, Cheiron! I can't wait to get my hands on this die.

Simone Naoum

This is so cute Cheiron! Love the shape and all those gorgeous elements.

Brenda Urbanik

Oh I love this shape and you used such pretty papers Cheiron!


Cheiron, this is such a sweet card! Just love ticket shape and beautiful pp.


This is fabulous! what a fun shape!

Winnie Dolderer

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and your kind words of encouragement! Happy Friday!

Virginia L.

This is absolutely delightful, Cheiron!Love the Spring colors with this diecut! Congrats on the Hero Arts Tweet!

barbara lassiter

This is such a neat card!

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