Wednesday, February 6, 2019

3D Card Box / Chocolate Bar Holder - BLOG HOP AND GIVEAWAY!

Hi crafters!

Today I am participating to Spellbinders Blog Hop to celebrate the new fabulous Shadowbox collection designed by Becca Feeken. I love this kind of product because it allows you to use your supplies for much more than card making.

If you are hopping along you must have already seen a number of amazing shadow boxes created with the new dies. I am suggesting a way to turn this shadow box into an elegant box that you can mail dimensional cards in. You can also use this type of boxes as a chocolate bar holders or put any similar flat items inside like notebooks, stamps and dies etc. to make a lovely gift for your friends.

All you have to do is to attach a folded piece of cardstock to the bottom of the shadow box and add a couple of ribbons to close the box!

GIVEAWAY

Comment on this post for your chance to win!
Spellbinders are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes on Sunday, February 10th 11:59 pm EDT. Winners will be announced on Spellbinders blog the following Monday.

If you are hopping along you must have arrived here from Dawn McVey's blog. If not - no worries! - here is the full list of hoppers for you to check out!


Thank you so much for visiting! Your next stop on the hop is Gemma Campbell! Good luck!







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146 comments:

  1. Beautiful birthday box. I always like the items you make.

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  2. Lovely, just lovely. Great colors!

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  3. beautiful work - thanks for the ideas:)

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  4. Birthdays are so special and should be celebrated with pomp and circumstance. Love this box and what joy it will bring to the celebration! TFS!

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  5. ...love this project. Over-the-top awesome!

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  6. What a great idea! Love this!

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  7. Yur shadow box is very pretty!💖

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  8. Such a beautiful creation!! I love shadow boxes :)

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  9. absolutely love it <3 the ribbon idea is great to make it like a book box :)

    xoxo
    anu thakur

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  10. Becca Feeken never ceases to amaze me! This is the cutest of cute!!!! Imagine a little girl receiving this as a gift to put on her dresser!! Just precious!

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  11. SO LOVELY!!! I LOOOVE the Vintage feel of your card, Olga! AND the interactive part of your creation! Looking inside for another "surprise" after receiving the card, is FUN!!!! A LOVELY JOB!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

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  12. GORGEOUS!! What a wonderful way to present a gift box for that special someone.

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  13. Olga, your work is always beautiful so this shadow box is too...well done and tfs

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  14. I'm looking forward to making some shadow boxes with this die! Will you be doing a video on how to make the lid for the box? That part kind of stumps me. Olga, you are such a master of using dies! I'm so glad I (finally) found your blog/web site. Thanks so much!

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  15. Who doesn't need a chocolate bar holder?! Great idea!

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  16. Wow, this is just so pretty & very special.
    Absolutely awesome and amazing new dies.

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  17. Oh wow, that is a gift in and of itself. So pretty

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  18. Great idea. Great way to give a
    gift. the box can be used to
    store mementos after the present
    is removed. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. Beautiful card. What a lucky recipient. Gorgeous color selection. I love your style. TFS!

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  20. Oh, WoW! How elegant!! I actually thought it was a wedding album at first. How cool to turn it into a mailer!! Thanks for the inspiration! LOVE this release!

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  21. Beautiful gift idea! I just love how you can turn this shadowbox into a card/gift all in one! tfs Hugs, Christine

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  22. wow this is a great die and you made putting it together look very easy. Your project is beautiful!

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  23. So pretty and what a great idea!

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  24. Hello Olga I love your creations this is such a beautiful and special birthday gift and it can truly be an all ocassion project thank you for the inspiration😍

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  25. Hello Olga. Thank you so much for showing us how to use the box frame to make a box to mail our dimensional cards. Your box and card are very pretty.

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  26. I love the pretty color paper you used with the die. Also, the pretty flowers. Nice

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  27. Dimensional cards can be very hard to mail...this is great idea to help with that! Beautiful as always Olga!

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  28. You did it to me! Your book example is just awesome. It has given me so many ideas for guy cards as well as feminine ones.

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  29. That's so beautiful Olga... great idea! Thanks for sharing. xx

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  30. Gorgeous project! Thank you for sharing!

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  31. Beautiful shadow box and card. Great tutorial, you make it look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Very elegant. Beautiful gift to anyone!!

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  33. So very nice, that is a fabulous shadowbox - it makes such a statement. Thanks, Denise

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  34. Gorgeous box, lovely card, love the new dies

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  35. What a neato die set. I just watched Becca's & your video on putting this shadowbox together. I have all kinds of ideas! Thanks for sharing your version!

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  36. I just love your creations! Thank you for your detailed instructional video - so helpful, especially with 3D projects.

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  37. A lovely box for give gift cards, beautiful.

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  38. Oh, how pretty! I love how you used it as a box for your dimension card. Gorgeous! Wonderful details Olga.

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  39. Love. love your fabulous project. Thanks for the video.

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  40. ONE MASTERPIECE AGAIN...YOUR TALLENT IS UNIK...!!!!!!!!

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  42. I love this idea of a box to hold a dimensional card. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. You are so inspiring. I love all your creations. You are so very talented.

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  44. Thank you for the video! I do have a question. How did you figure out the length of the paper to cut? I understand for the 1/2 inch depth one needs to cut the paper 3 inches wide, but how do you figure out the length of the paper?? Maybe you will cover that in your next video (showing how to make a 12x12 box)? I am SO excited about this die and am looking forward to ordering it. Thanks so much, Olga!

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  45. This is such a clever and beautiful idea for cards with raised embellishments

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  46. I love all your work, Olga! This was beautiful and as always, easy to understand. Thanks!

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  47. This is precious! Love the "shabby chic"

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  48. Wow, I love it. A beautiful box to house a gorgeous card!

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  49. Love your video, as always! Great ideas for those dies. Thanks so much!

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  50. You always go the extra mile, Olga - your boxes are just beautiful!

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  51. The box you made is beautiful and the card is gorgeous! I just love the Spellbinder dies they are so elegant.

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  52. Gorgeous Olga. These frames are going to be fun to make.

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  53. Olga this card and box is so beautiful would make a nice gift for someone special. Just love all the time and effort for such a beautiful!

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  54. Spellbinders and Olga!! A papercrafters dream team!

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  55. Awesome project, I love the products. Thanks for sharing your talent!

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  56. Olga, your project is so pretty and I love the practicality of it as well! Thank you for the instructional video - it was so very clear as to how to use the dyes.
    Seeing them being used will make it easier for all of us.

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  57. This box is so lovely, Olga...so elegant that it would need a very special chocolate bar! tfs

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  58. This is a great presentation for a card. It becomes a gift not just a card. Very beautiful and feminine.

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  59. My kind of dies! I hope Spellbinders continues to bring more innovative dies to the market, I'm enjoying the ones that allow us to choose the size. Even though I'm an American, I like making larger, 6x6 cards, not the small a2 everyone else seems to like, so these are really right up my alley! Thank you Olga & Spellbinders.

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  60. That card is gorgeous! If love to see a tutorial on it. Your box looks great. I like the frame and sentiment that you used on the front. Thanks for the video!

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  61. What a beautiful way to present the card. We all work so hard on making these beautiful cards, but are often left wondering how we are going to post it. Now we have the answer.

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  62. Gorgeous project with beautiful details!

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  63. I've been looking for something like this so I can mail dimensional cards without them getting crushed. I've been hand delivering them most of the time, but that isn't always possible. It's a great solution, and doesn't look too hard to do!

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  64. LOVE your video. Your imagination is such a gift. You always come up with outside the box thinking to create even more than what the product is intended to do. GREAT idea. I agree with a few others, how do you figure out the length for the box? I image you can create any size frame/shadowbox that you like. I am a spellbinders kit club member & just love their products.

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  65. Again a wonderful piece of art. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

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  66. What a lovely treasure. The delicate details are beautiful!

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  67. Olga, you did a fabulous job of explaining how this die works and of showing it's versatility! This frame/box is perfect to protect any 3D embellishments and makes a great way to create DIY home decor!

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  68. Love this shadowbox and how it fits the (gorgeous) card inside. I can think of lots of other uses for it too. Thankyou!

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  69. Wow, you are good, like always... hear in saint-lazare, qc it is dificult to find rthose dies.

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  71. such a clever idea... and a card looks much better in shadow box then a regular box

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  72. Love everything about this project. The card, decoration, creative idea for mailer, video instruction, etc. Your blog is so professional, educational, and inspirational that I am glad to have discovered you. Thank you also for leading me to Becca Feeken. Last but not least, love how you combine so many different products. Thanks for sharing.

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  73. Fabulous gift! I love how elegant it is. I am thinking this would be a great way to gift some other things of sentimental value too like vintage family pictures, recipes, etc. Thanks you for the inspiration!

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  74. Olga, this is really a very pretty box and card set. Thank you for sharing today.

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  75. Fabulous. I love all of your videos. I now will be able to safely send my more elaborate Christmas cards overseas.Thank you.

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  76. Lol, I stumbled on the Shadowbox Box idea when I needed a way to send a dimensional card. Great minds, right? Thanks so much for your awesome use of my dies! I love the project you made!!

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  77. Your projects are beautiful and very elegant, I specifically loved the CARD

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  78. Beautiful cards and beautiful dies.

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  79. Olga - your creativity is beyond words! Thank you for sharing

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  80. This card is amazing!!! Thank you!!!

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  81. This is an awesome project, your idea is really beautiful.

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  82. Beautiful. I can see I will need to get these dies.

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  83. Lovely box, Olga. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

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  84. I always enjoy your tutorials, thanks a bunch!

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  85. Really lovely. Hope to see a tutorial on the card one day. It looks so feminine and pretty

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  86. Wow!...what an incredible die...great design for making a gift box. Thank you for the tutorial Olga.

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  87. Hello Olga. Thanks for sharing your clever decorated box for mailing a fancy, embellished card. This is a solution to a problem I've had for a long time. Your video was very helpful and it made the whole process look surprisingly easy. I cannot wait to try these new dies out. I liked your design and color choices as well. Thanks for sharing your crafting expertise.

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  88. love it love it love it!!!!!!

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  89. Olga, what a beautiful card holder! I just ordered the frame dies and am excited to try them out. This is a beautiful use of the dies. Thanks for sharing.

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  90. Olga you never disappoint, another beautiful project with clear and concise instructions.

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  91. I’m so glad you did a walk-through on this for us! I know understand how many sizes can be made!

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  92. Beautiful palette on this absolutely dainty project. Thanks for sharing your tips and the technique video.

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  93. What a beautiful and sweet gift box! The birthday card that will be treasured forever!

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  94. Such a beautiful gift box and card!
    Thanks for sharing...

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  95. What an awesome die set. I love your gorgeous shadowbox and just what you said, the die set is so versatile. Can't wait to see that you are making a bigger box.
    By the way, your card was also beautiful.
    Thank you so much for showing and have a great weekend.

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  96. This is gorgeous! Thanks for the video too!

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  97. This box is absolutely beautiful, I am new to this type of crafts and recently purchased a spellbinder platinum 6,I am looking forward to the many news things I will be able to create.I love watching the videos ,they are so imformative.My birthday is on the 9th and this would make a great birthday gift.Thank you for the work youve invested fir us to learn from.

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  98. That shadowbox "book" is exquisite. Gorgeous project.

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  99. The box you created is beautiful. The die set is very useful since it can be used to make any size box. Tfs.

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  100. What a fabulous box, Olga. Your video was so helpful for seeing just how to use this die set--and how versatile the set is for creating any size box. It's amazing. The card you placed inside is lovely. tfs

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  101. Love all the ideas of what to stick in this beautiful box.

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  103. Hello Miss OLGA you are a fire ball in the creation of this card and dies. this idea is a pleasant wedding gift box with a trinket inside or a wonderful photo display box with added photos memos insiders well I JUST LOVE it its endless in my thought lol your video expresses the addition this die and box wood add to all our crafting . the textures is used well and reminds me of the good old days when lace, ribbon faux pearl was always around us in grandmas home Thanks!

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  104. Gorgeous card and box! Love the simple design of this box, makes it look so elegant :))
    Thanks for a great video! Love watching your videos, you always have so many good tips and ideas to share.

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  105. I Love every single thing that Olga Creates. She is amazing I also Love Spellbinders! I have a lot of it at home. Thanks Ogla and Spellbinders~

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  106. This will be fantastic for the teachers!

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  107. Oh happy project! :)
    So pretty! I bet your project is CASEd by many crafters!

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  108. A beautiful project. Your tutorial makes the dies to make the frame look less scary.

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  109. Oh this is so pretty and everyone will want this die!

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  110. really like the box and this project looks fun

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  111. You are a blessing to the craft world. Your project is stunning.

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  112. Clever and beautiful! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  113. I love your box. It has a bit of vintage charm and reminds me of a diary. Great design. Thanks for the inspiration. Sherence

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  114. Beautiful project!! I love the concealed ribbon closure; mmm... the inside is a "sweet" surprise!!

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  115. What a great idea for a shadow box. I would have never thought to use it for a dimensional card holder!

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  116. Beautiful, as ever! I just wanted to say how pleased I am for you that you now have your own craft products - I can't wait to see them. 🌟

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  117. Am loving all you projects only found them today. Don’t have any dies as yet, but that doesn’t stop me watching and being inspired to try one day.

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  118. I am loving this shadow box die and making a card to match is brilliant!

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  119. Fantastic tutorial! I look forward to getting those new dies to make shadow boxes and mailer boxes! Thank you for sharing!

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  120. What a wonderful design, and you made it come Together perfectly, congratulations, and thank you!... Diane

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  121. As usual I am mesmerized with your work.

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