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April 10, 2009


Hey Dawn, This is such a cute card. Just right for my grandbabies. Thanks for sharing.

Dawn, I have seen lots of the Sesame Street characters on various cards, but yours are the cutest--and so easy to do. I just made cards for my twin grandbabies' 5th birthday. They loved 'em!
Thanks for sharing your limitless talent with us.

I think they are awesome,so great for my little girl.
I've tried to copy them from you,ofcourse they are not that great as you did.
But i like them.
You can see them here and i gave a link to you back for them.

Wow, Dawn! How wonderfully clever is that? Thanks for the video, too. You're always so bubbly and upbeat. Why can't I have someone like you for a neighbor?

THANK YOU!!! Love it!!!

love these Dawn!! I have some pictures I have been waiting to scrapbook, becuz I havent wanted to spend the money on sesame street stamps, now I can do that you have solved that problem. Thanks so much for sharing. they are to cute! Happy Easter!!! Blessings. Renee

as always --THANK YOU- just in time for a four year old bday card! Happy Easter!

Thank you for sharing this idea! love it! YOu can see the ones I made here -- http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1312225?limit=last1

I loved this card the minute I saw it and book marked it, then I saw your bunny with flock and decided to make the Sesame characters and cover the scallops with flocking to match the card stock. I love how they turned out. Now I wish I knew a dozen more kids to send them to. Thanks for the great inspiration. Nancie

These are just adorable!!! Wish I had known how to do these when my kids loved Sesame Street!

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