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12/13/2011

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great project! You have been posting so many great projects that you have been featured in my inspiration blog post almost every day! Would love to see you design for Craft Project Central with me!

Sorry, Kim, I barely have time to keep up with my own blog, let alone design for anyone else! I also feel strongly about not charging for my tutorials, as I see CPC does. But thank you for the honor of being asked! I appreciate it.

Hi Lyssa! As I sit here sipping on my mrning Starbucks....this is SO fun!! Wat a great idea for a gift card holder for the holidays. Such a fun project! Thank you for the inspiration and for the details. Have a great day! :)

Lyssa ~

Your Simply Scored Christmas series is AWESOME!! I can't wait to visit your blog each day to see what you've come up next. I want to thank you for the level of instruction you provide. All I can say is WOW!!

I was wondering if you could provide the approximate dimensions of what the cup and lid should be. I am going to try to create a template as you did ... and it would help to have measurements to begin with.

Thanks again for your TERRIFIC series!! You are a real GEM!!

Judy
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