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April 13, 2008


Great birthday card Dawn! I love that Summer Picnic DP but that sheet is the one I haven't really used. Great idea for it ;)
Oh my that was a weird sky wasn't it?! Glad you all were safe!

I love this card !!! It's so bright and cheery.
You took great pics of the storm too...wowza that hail was huge !!

Sounds like you had a great time, despite the weather! Love that cupcake card too!! Hugs!!

Lucky gal, your hostess is!! The storm sounds rather FUN!!!! Must've been nice cozy and exciting to see all of that happening. Never seen hail in Hawaii....

Big hugs,

Cute cupcake card!!! Love it! Glad you had a fun time stamping in spite of the terrible weather. Ours was bad here in Minnesota too........we got over a foot of snow and no power for 24 hours.

I LOVE this card!!!!! so beautiful and my favorite colors!!!

Hey ... I know about those hail storms. We in MN get those. Last year, my husband and 4 year old girl scooped up a cup of hail and put in the freezer. It stayed frozen! :)

Anyway, sounded like you guys had a blast! Hey, I have a favour to ask - could you please ask your hostess that one of your daily blog reader would love if she could share her chicken speghetti recipe - it sounds so neat and different and I am always lookin' for more Italian dishes.

Great job, Dawn!

i LOVE that first sky picture. do you enter photos in your county fair? if so, use that one!

ah, yes, hail. every time it would hail when i was growingu up, we would put ice cream buckets over our heads and run out to the calf corral and shoo them into the shed. of course, by then, the hail was over! lol!


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