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DSP Bird... its just so irresistible

I made this wonderful DSP bird from a template and found it so fascinating. My daughter also tried making it and shared the same in her school. They just loved it. All supplies stampin up.

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Happy Stampin!

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  1. Hi I'm now following you from SC. Hope you will follow me too. My blog is called Penny Tokens and you can find me at:
    http://pennytokensstampinspot.blogspot.com.

    Wow this cute bird looks like the one Gretchen Barron designed. Very nice!

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  2. Love the bird! I just became a follower of your blog. I hope you will follow mine, too! http://www.heartsdelightcards.blogspot.com/

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  3. Just stopping by to let you know that I am now following you from Stampin' Connection.
    Hope you will follow me too at
    www.queenbeascraps.blogspot.com

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  4. Greetings! Hello there... Thank you so much for stopping by my blog... What you have here is interesting...you are good at paper crafts...I will sure be back for more...! :)

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  5. i'm following you from SC! my blog is http://stampcravings.blogspot.com
    thanks! :)
    love the bird!

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  6. I just realised after reading your profile for the second time... that you are a father of 2 beautiful daughters!!!! Yeay...finally a rare male in the crafting world...which is such a gooood thing!!!

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  7. Cute!!!! I'm following you from SC!!!

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  8. Hi there! I'm now following your blog courtesy of Stampin' Connection & would love for you to stop by my blog & become a follower of mine...Thanks! www.lovesrubberstamps.com
    Great blog!

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  9. cute bird! I'm a new follower from SC!

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  10. New Follower from SC...
    Marcia
    stampinwithmarcia.blogspot.com

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  11. New follower from Stampin Connection #276 - Teresea

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  12. Thanks for sharing your ideas! I'm follower #367 from SC. You can find me @ www.kendrascorner.blogspot.com

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  13. I am now following you from SC #381 Peggy Finney

    www.stampinpeg.blogspot.com

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