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too cute Anna!! love those little guys too!!

I love your dry embossing AND those SHEEP are so cute!!! EWE were right about Spokane - great visit and the class was the best!!

Super cute Anna! I love those little sheep and the dry embossed scallop edge looks so great!

Those are such cute sheep! great card!

So cute! I love your little colorful sheep and the subtle embossing! Great job with the challenge!

Adorable!! The stamp is just the cutest too!!!!

Vicki

Those Classy Brassy templates give such a WOW effect, but yet they're so underutilized. I love your card, and the dry embossing is just the right touch!

love it Anna! The scallop embossing is great for this row of sheep

too cute. It DOES look like the rounded edge of the row of sheep.

too cute. It DOES look like the rounded edge of the row of sheep.

Very cute--really like how you elongated the dry embossing!

Anna, This is sooo adorable. Of course your coloring is marvelous, but the embossing is perfect too. I so admire all your creations. You are one super talented lady.

I adore these sheep! BAAAAAAAAAAh! You are tagged Cheryl! Go to my blog and check the details for some fun! Deb

That is so adorable! Ewe-hoo!! Too much!

So cute! Love how you used the Priceless template for a border, too.

This card is so sweet!!! I think it is awesome the way you colored them. I could not connect to the link so I'll try getting on another way, TFS.

Ummm, now you have branched out to my favorite stamps too? THE CAT'S PAJAMAS!!! You are amazing. Where do you find the time to buy all these stamps?? It must be a full time job for you... LOLOL

Absolutely adore this card!! :)

Too cute for words, Anna! Great card...love the stitching, too. REally adds that little something.

These are soooo cute! Who makes the sheep stamp? tfs!!

Anna, What a Fun card! I do agree the embossed scallops do mimic the bouncy sheep quite well. I wanted to use my Priceless Embossing template but alas I have misplaced it. Ida

OMG Those sheep are SO CUTE! Is that stamp from Whipper Snapper??? A must have!

this is so cute, I love all the colors of your sheep Anna!

Oh, good golly is this too flippin' "KEWT!" (She shrieked, and, then she scurried off to scope out the sheep in red sweaters!)

This is so sweet! I never remember to use the edges of the templates. Thanks for the reminder AND a great example of what I can do with it!

That card is super cute!!! Love the dry embossing!

This card is so cute, love your coloring, is this one stamp?

What a cute card Anna! Love the embossing and the stitching you added.

What an adorable card. Embossing in any form, is one of my favorite techniques! You did a great job!...as always. :)

This is sooo cute! Love these little sheep...and the embossing is great! Adorable card!!!

Darling card. Love the little sheep.

Too darn cute!

Really cute card. Embossing really does add a great touch!

Tina

Love the card, and the embossing.Thanks for sharing the link to the ranch, those sheep are in high style. My BIL had sheep for a few years, lots of work. Also loved the pics of the Border Collies, wonderful dogs!

CUTE card...those sheep are darling!

Connie

This is another cutie card! I love embossing....need to pull out some of my old Lasting Impressions templates!

Such a cute card! Love the different colors! The embossing looks great with the little sheep! I checked out Red Dog Ranch and those certainly are well taken care of sheep! They look so sweet in their little red sweaters!

oh my goodness, how cute are the sheep in their red sweaters!?! This is a very cute card. I see you are still sewing on the papers...it is so fun & cute isn't it. what a cute saying "ewe hoo" cracks me up.

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