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Autumn Leaves Gelli Print Card

I didn’t know that Father Christmas read my blog, but after my last post I had a phone call asking me if I’d like some Distress Markers for Christmas. Apparently he was a bit busy so his got some of his little helpers, who sounded remarkably like Mum and Dad, to do it for him. Wasn’t that nice?

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