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Hello everyone,

How was your weekend? It's been a long one for me, but very productive for sure. That is why today I'll be very brief. I wanted to stop by to show you a set of three male cards I was ordered to make. The lucky fellow's birthday and dating anniversary are on February, plus Valentine's Day of course. I truly enjoyed doing them, because I usually don't make cards for men. These may give you some ideas on what to create for your loved one on Valentine's. I hope you like them.

Have a great week!

Hola a todos.
¿Cómo estuvo su fin de semana? Fue uno largo para , pero muy productivo eso si. Por eso voy a ser muy breve. Quería pasar por aquí para mostrarles un set de tres tarjetas masculinas que me ordenaron. El afortunado celebra cumpleaños y aniversario de noviazgo en febrero, además de San Valentín por supuesto. Verdaderamente disfruté hacerlas, porque no suelo hacer tarjetas para hombres. Estas podrían darles algunas ideas sobre que crear para sus amados en San Valentín. Espero que les guste.

Tengan una excelente semana!

Olá a todos,

Como foi o seu fim de semana? Tem sido longo para mim, mas muito produtivo com certeza. É por isso que hoje eu vou ser muito breve. Eu queria parar por aqui e mostrar para
vocês um conjunto de três cartões masculinos que me mandaram fazer. O cara sortudo esta de aniversario de namoro e de nascimento em fevereiro, além de ser Dia dos Namorados aqui. Eu realmente gostei de fazê-las, porque eu não costumo fazer cartões para homens. Estes podem dar-
lhes algumas idéias sobre o que criar para seus amados no Dia dos Namorados. Eu espero que vocês gostem deles.

Tenham uma ótima semana!

Card No. 2 is participating in these challenges:
Challenge 97 - Sentiment as the focus 

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  1. Your cards are elegant and classy! I enjoy your style Graciellie! Thanks for sharing your very beautiful project in the “Sentiment as the Focus” Challenge!
    ~ginny, DT for Aud Sentiments
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  2. Thank you Ginny for stopping by. I appreciate it.


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