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September 24, 2008


This would make darling party favors...or teachers could use them for their class.
Thanks so much! :c)

You crack me up! I love it!!!!

He's a cutie!!

Very cute and so fun.

so cute. what a cleaver girl you are .neat idea.loveeee your videos.

Very cute! I thin Spiders have 8 leges though hee hee.


oops! Should be think, not thin

Dawn, you are so creative -- you rock! Spidey is soooo cute. The only thing I would suggest would be to punch four ovals so you end up with 8 legs (anatomically correct). : )

I just had to post and say those are the CUTEST little spiders ever--and I hate spiders!!! I say leave them with 6 legs, so they are cute, not "real" & icky.
Can't wait to see what you post next! I love all your ideas.

Where on earth do you get your ideas? Love the uses for all these SU punches.

This is fantastic! Thank you for all you do!

Love this! You are too creative!

So very cute! Thanks for sharing the idea!

I loved your spider. I made mine using the Big shot. I have directions on my blog. http://cardsandcoffee.blogspot.com

Absolutely awesome! YOU ROCK SISTAH! I could so make them for my 2nd graders.


P.S. Saturday is at the Church right?

O.M.G. Dawn. I love your 6-legged bug. She's so-o-o-o cute. It will make a great 8-legged spider. Now I can finally put something on top of the Pixie Sticks that I bought over a month ago (sugar never spoils, right?). They are in solid neon colours (oranges, greens...) and will be perfect.

You give such fantastic inspiration to so many stampers. Thank you.

May your day be filled with experiences that will make wonderful memories tomorrow. And may at least one of those experiences involve a touch of glitter.


Your spider is so cute and clever! Thank you for sharing!

Thanks so much for this tutorial. I've linked back to your site. (At least I hope I did)

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