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Photo Wallet Tutorial

I have just uploaded the Photo Wallet tutorial on the Tutorial Sheet page. This is the first tutorial, requesting you all to please leave a comment on how useful was the tutorial and how can I improve it.

Happy Crafting and please do not forget to leave me a link of your project in the comment, so I can view your creative rendition of the Photo Wallet.

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  1. Great tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing it! I love it! The directions are awesome.
    Heather Howe
    www.stampingknowhowe.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for following me!

    Love, love this! Adorable. New follower from SC!! I'll be back.

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  3. Thank you for posting the directions they are written very easy to understand. I found your site from SU.

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  4. Now that I have time to leave a message, I am going back through all the blogs that I am following through SC, to wish you well. Thank you for sharing. God Bless.

    Diana
    http://b4ustamp.blogspot.com

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  5. The project is fantastic! It looks like a really complicated "WOW" project, but the tutorial you write makes it simple enough for me to show even beginning stampers! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  6. What a lot of work to make that to share - thanks for sharing your time and creativity! :)

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