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Love the Trimming the Town DSP!  The paper itself makes the best cards.  BUT the dies and stamp set are on the way, so soon I will post a combination of the paper and the stamps!

This card takes a 5 1/4 inch by 12 inch piece of paper, score it at 4 and 8 inches, cut from the right side down to 1 1/2 inches and turns it into an adorable card that features both sides of the DSP.  Cut a few houses out of another paper in the DSP and add some sentiments and you have a quick and easy card!  Misty Moonlight coordinates perfectly with this paper. Cut a 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inch piece and cut to match.  Beautiful!

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Hop on over to the next blog on our Holiday Hop!  Rochelle Laird-Smith has another awesome design to share with
you!

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Joyce Whitman

What a great fold and card. Thank you so much for sharing!

Loni Spendlove

I think you should take the top piece of the DSP and make a similar fold with the flat end at the top of your card! It's been a while since I made a trifold like this, thanks for reminding me.

Tricia Butts

Beautiful fun fold card design. Love the way you have used this pretty designer series paper to create the background scene.

Sharon Hashimoto Burkert

Adorable card and a great way to use the DSP!

Cynthia McQueen

Cute card, hard to go wrong with this fun DSP!

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