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Is it that time already again!!  How fast does a week come round.  This week, as promised, I'm going to give away my favourite poinsettia card - it is a card front so will be ready for you to mount.  I hope you like it;


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Good luck!!

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  1. Love the poinsettias great card. Happy days Pen x

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  2. It looks lovely in white. Classic and stylish :)

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  3. It looks lovely in white. Classic and stylish :)

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    1. Good Morning Jacqui, You we're the winner of last weeks Blog Candy - could you pop us a message with your delivery details so we can get this posted out to you please :)

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  5. I am new to card making, this is lovely inspiration for me :)

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  7. Congratulations Jaqui Hall - You are the Winner - Please can you private message us with your address so we can get your prize sent to you! :)

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  8. Love this card, fabulous flower too.

    Joan x

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  9. Absolutely beautiful I love poinsettias and the design of this is wonderful

    Debs xxx

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  10. Beautiful Card, So elegant looking as well.

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