Retro Santa And Card Candy
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Problem Solved And More Card Candy

A great big shout out to Rick Adkins for solving how the chimney wall was made yesterday.  It was made with Halloween Nights Designer Series Paper.  Funny how a Halloween Paper could be used for Christmas but this is a case where it has been used.  So you may want to look at paper in a different way to see how else a paper can be used.  Thank you Rick for solving this!!!

Now for more fabulous card candy:

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Above is Mary Waring's swap.  Mary as you can see is extremely creative and did quite a variety in her swap.  Like I said before, this was the best swap.  Such great talent even though I am biased because it was all from my demonstrators.  Thank you Mary for swapping!!!

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The above card candy swap was from Christina Walker of Paper Gears appropriately named because she is an engineer in her day job.  Check out her Paper Gears blog as she is doing a busy woman's series currently that is really wonderful.  Thank you Christina for swapping!

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Above is Terry Phillips card candy swap.  She used a combination of simple and intricate that I can not wait to use.  I am so in for a treat once I start playing with all of these.  Thank you Terry for swapping!

As you can see, card candy swaps are fun because of all the things you can do with them.  So much fun and no calories to boot!!!

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Phyllis Shepherd

Thanks for the comment. I am glad you are enjoying it. I am having a blast playing with them.

Mary (aka Muffin's Mama)

Thank you, Phyllis, for featuring my creations. I am lovin' everyone's card candies!

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