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December 15, 2013

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Janj

Julie your tutorial is so-o inspirational. After making all the Christmas cards this past month it was time for a re-focus to a 3-D project! Your tutorial gave terrific guidance. What a fun way to end 2013!

Barb

This is so sweet, Julie! Such a fun idea!

patricia p.

So quaint and old fashioned. It makes me feel like I've been taken back in time.
I really like the feel of it.
pat

Eveline van Heijst

I love it!
Thank you fot this very clear tutorial.
Eveline.

Dottie J

This is adorable, Julie. I am always taken by little houses and landscapes and have made more than a few snowy villages using my electronic die cutters. And I am always looking for ornament ideas with my grandchildren...so much fun. I especially love things we can make that don't really look like kid-crafts. Filing this away for next year!

Kittie

Julie, you clever girl! This is absolutely adorable and right in my wheelhouse. My favorite thing of all is how you applied the clouds. How creative and so precious! I never thought of using a little box or tin to make a diorama scene. Now I have to try it. Thanks for the inspiration.

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