Friday, September 30

One Treat Bag is completed....YAY!!!!

So, I followed the advice of my dear and talented friend, Luisa, from her tip on CSDivas the other day.  She suggested that you make up your own little assembly line and break your tasks into "sessions" when trying to conquer multiple projects or large quantities of one project.

So, I started each treat bag by first cutting the squares for the front, then I made the handmade embellishments for the lower and upper corners of the squares,  and then the tags (for the kids names to be written in once they arrive).  Today, I started adding the handles (2 1/2" wire ribbon).

I am quite impressed with how quickly they are coming along.  And once I finished one of the steps, I felt comfortable leaving it alone each night and picking it up again the next day.  I felt a sense of accomplishment and didn't feel like I was pressed for time.  Great suggestions Luisa, Thanks!

Even though not all 20+ bags are finished, I wanted to share the one that is with all of my friends.  Plus, I wanted to be sure to link up to the Simply Sunday -Fall Treats Challenge at Getting Cricky with K Andrew.

 I felt like it was missing a bit of pizazz <~ my word of the week or month, rather...LOL!  Then I thought to myself, "My main goal is to enter Kristal's Simply Sunday challenge.  I need to get out my K Andrew Art Stamps."   Currently, I only own one set of Kristal's amazing stamps, but if finances were a bit better, I definitely would have the whole lot.

So I browsed through the Splashtastic Summer set.  Low and behold, these stamps are so wonderfully versatile, I found a perfect combination:
wishing you
Buckets of Fun
I was able to curve the top and bottom to fit symmetrically inside the green circle on the bag.
Again, so versatile!
Here is a picture of the finished treat bag.  Don't you think the sentiment completes it???

Here is a picture of the entire Splashtastic Summer Stamps Set:

Here is a glimpse of the other designs (still awaiting the final touches of inking, trimming, sentiments and handles)

Once all of my party decor is completed (bookmarks, treat bags, tombstones, yard signs, ghostly ghoulish decor, and more) I will be posting all of my materials and "how-to"s.  I have a deadline of October 29, 2011 "Party Day" so, there may be a few more sneak peeks before the Grand Finale.

I would also like to enter this project into the following challenges :
Getting Cricky with K Andrew - Simply Sunday: Fall Treats
Whoopsi Daisy: Make Your Own Embellies
Paper Playtime - #56 Halloween Projects
Penny's Paper Crafty - #63 AG
Wags n' Whiskers - #64 Handmade
All Sorts  Challenge Blog - #122 Keep It Simple
Celebrate the Occasion- #32 Any Occasion, Must Use Ribbon

I am so glad that you stopped and please feel free to ask questions (in the comments) if you need to know what Cricut cuts,  papers, images, etc. I used

Have a SPOOK-tacular Day everyone!!!

Introducing: Genuinely Jane Studios (and giveaway)

While stopping by to visit my friend Ildi at The Craftin Mama, I was pleasantly surprised by her suggestion to meet and greet a fellow crafty blogger, Susan,.  Her level of talent is beyond words and her store of wooden mini albums is AMAZING.
Please stop by Ildi's Blog- The Craftin Mama to learn more about Susan, Genuinely Jane Studios, and to get in on the current Giveaway Ildi is having!!!

Happy Blogging and Happy  Crafting to you all!!!

World Card Making Day CONTEST at Cricut Blog

Have you heard the news???  
The Cricut Blog is having a CONTESTfor tomorrow, World Card Making Day!!!
Cricut: The Official Blog

You can win a Cuttlebug Machine.
3 winners will be announced right on the Cricut Blog!

Hurry Hurry!!  Very low number of entries and the 
constest ends October 1, 2011 at midnight!!!


This card is one of my most favorite of all time.  I sadly parted with it this month, when I put together a basket to be raffled at our Annual Family Reunion.
I used pinks and whites, embossed my white background paper, stamped the sentiment, added ribbon and bling, inked the edges of the papers, and for the baby carriage, the Cricut Cartridge I used was Graphically Speaking.

Thursday, September 29

Creative Scrapbooking Divas - DT Thursday

Today, it was my job and pleasure to post a project at the Mansion (aka CSDivas Blog).  My theme falls in with Home Decor and Gift Ideas.  It was perfect timing because I have a lot to prepare for our Party here at home. 

I hope you will consider stopping by the Mansion and becoming a Divalicious follower.  Each Diva DT and Guest DT have amazing posts with wonderful tips, tutorials, faithbooking ideas, recipe and cookbooking, scrapbooking, cards, and much, much more!!!

Head on over to see the Easy Peezy Picture Frames (with tutorial).

Here's a sneak peek:

Thanks for stopping by!!!

Monday, September 26

! ! ! My first Kenny K card ! ! !

Well, I stepped away from the Halloween and Fall projects for a bit today.  I was sorta in the mood to get geared up to finish some of my Christmas/Holiday creations.

Today, I broke down and bought a Kenny K image and I am SO SO SO glad that I did.  I was a bit hesitant at first because any time I have seen a creation using his images, I felt a bit intimidated by the level of talent out there.  Another reason for my hesitation, was that I only own Whisper Strokes Dual Tip Watercolor Markers, no Copics for me yet.  The image I chose was "Mistletoe" and you can purchase her HERE.  It took a while for me to color the image, because I wanted it to be as perfect as it could be. I also used some Studio G glitter (clear/white and green) to add some pizazz to her outfit and the leaves in her hand.  I am quite pleased with how it turned out, but know that practice makes perfect.

For my base (behind my image) I used wausau Paper card stock Mocha Mix-Umber.  I cut the Snowflake Frame background from Lacy Labels at 5 1/4", then the outer frame from a patterned paper by DCWV (blues and brown), and the snowflake details layer from a two tone blue polka dot patterned paper.  I dressed up the snowflakes with some more glitter and a few pearls (blue and white).  My card measures 6" x 6" and the base of the card is MME-Bohemia Collection in Barefoot "Sun Kissed" Stitch/Brown.  I used pop dots to give dimension behind "Mistletoe", my ribbon (from stash), and a few of my embellishments.  The brown flowers and leaves are from my stash.  The small paper roses are from I Am Roses.  I won these a while back at Bearly Mine Crafts for guessing closest to the actual number of flowers that were in apicture.....I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM.  They are truly beautiful and pictures do them no justice once you've seen them in person.  I have used them on several of my projects recently and they are the perfect added touch at times.   I handmade the rosette and the rolled paper rose.  I added a button to the center of the rosette and a brown brad to the center of the rolled rose.  The beaded pin is also handmade using a corsage pin and blue beads from my stash.  The white Poinsettia behind all of the flourishes, was dressed up by marking the veins of the leaves with my blue WS marker and placing a dark blue button in the center.  The small clear snowflakes with the blue pearls inside, came from my stash (I have had these for many, many years).  I added a small blue satin bow above and then got to work on the inside of my card.

I found the cut-out (white) in my stash, so I don't recall which cut it is, but it is definitely from the Lace Labels cartridge.  I used my TPC Studio Christmas Exp. stamps for my "TiS THE Season", presents, and "Be Jolly" portions in Navy Blue Studio G ink.  The word "TO" is from my stash of alphabet stickers.  I added some snowflake stickers around the frame and some pearls to accent.  I inked the edges with brown ink by Darice.

The challenges I wish to enter with this card are as follows:

  1. Di's Digi Designs - Make your own flowers
  2. Sentimental Sundays - #74 Step out of your comfort zone
  3. Simon Says - Use Dies or Punches
  4. Whoopsi Daisy - Make your own embellies
  5. Emerald Faerie Garden - #9 Pearls
  6. My Craft Spot - #26 Use Ribbon on Your Project
  7. Bows and Berries - #10 Glitter
  8. Dutch Dare - #131 Sketch

My color inspiration came from the following blogs:
(However, I not submitting this for an entry in either challenge)

Touch Twin Challenges - Color Challenge TTC02


CAS-ual Fridays CFC21

Here are a few pictures of close ups to show the dimension a bit better than before....

* * * Original Disney Blog Hop Link Up Party * * *

Now is your chance to share your favorite Disney~Pixar creation with everyone!  Because Shawn at Crafty Chics and Melissa @ Disney Dreamer Designs always have so many people wanting to join in on the Disney Pixar Blog Hops, they decided to start this wonderful link up party.

You can share a  layout, a card, decorations, party favors or anything thing else you decide to create as long as it is Disney or Pixar related! Just post your project and then link it up by October 3rd, 2011. Post as many projects as you would like and be sure to include a link back to this post to tell others about our link-up party! 

Disney~_Pixar Scrapbook Layouts ~ Crafty Chics Blog

Disney~Pixar Cards ~ Disney Dreamer Designs

All other Disney~Pixar projects ~ Love to Crop

I created this card just a few days ago, before I even knew this Link Up was happening....funny how things work out.

I found a perfect image (to suit my fancy) and colored with my Whisper Strokes Dual Tip Watercolor Markers.

I started with black card stock as my base cut to 6x6.  I then used Bo Bunny striped paper for my next layer cut to 5x5.  My center square (black again) measured 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 before I crinkled it into a ball and gave the edges a torn effect.  I then used an olive green Studio G ink pad to emphasize all the creases.    I used inque boutique ribbon (chartreuse) and bunched it across the bottom of the striped paper.  I then used a skull sticker (from a pack I bought a while back) that reminds me of Maleficent's little sidekick ghoul in Sleeping Beauty.  The saying "frightful" is a rub-on.  The faux stitching around the edge of the black card stock and striped paper was done using my white gel pen.

I hope you enjoy and will consider joining in on this FUN FUN FUN link up party!!!

Sunday, September 25

Link Up For PINK is almost upon us..Are You Excited?

Gladly copied and posted with permission from Gaby at Gaby Creates 

"Save the Date" post!

We are only SIX days away from Link Up for Pink!  We are super excited to announce we have over $3,000.00 worth of giveaways from 70+ sponsors!!(some have wished to remain anonymous).  Today we are overjoyed to announce our newest 25 sponsors!   But before we do, Celeste, Yolie and I would like to take the opportunity to thank each sponsor for their generous donations!  Thank you!

We are looking forward to seeing the projects you will be sharing with us, but best of all, the help you will be providing by increasing awareness of the importance of early breast cancer detection.

We have received some inquiries as to what kind of projects can be linked up.  Well, any PINK project can be linked!   But if you are making cards and would like to donate them, please write a little note of encouragement or sentiment on the inside of your card.

The cards will be given to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients in their
Friends Like Me™ carepackages.
Write “Link Up for Pink” underneath your address and mail your cards directly to:
PA Breast Cancer Coalition

344 North Reading Road

Ephrata, PA 1752
Make sure you take a picture of your cards before mailing them off (so you can link them up).

To view the complete list of sponsors for the event, please feel free to visit Gaby at Gaby Creates 

or one of the other Co Hostesses' Blogs:

Their next post is September 30th -9PM PST.  They will list all the prizes along with detailed rules for Link Up for Pink!  So please do visit on Friday and be ready with your PINKNESS, as the party will go LIVE Saturday, October 1st   Midnight PST!

Please help us spread the word and bring breast cancer (early detection) awareness to as many women as possible!

What a wonderful weekend

Well, after dedicating my weekend to family, friends and blog hopping....I just got into the mood to craft.  It was nice to chillax with the kids and the hubby.  Not really doing anything stressful or too demanding.  Lounged around most of the weekend,  took in the sights from some great blog hops, watched a few movies, and stayed in my comfy clothes (you all know what I'm talking about....LOL)....

So I picked up my challenges list and found some inspiration to craft again.  Now, I have to warn you, my picture taking abilities are not up to par...I should have gotten my dd to help and after I posted them, I noticed my sentiment tag was hidden under the strip of buttons....oops...

I started with Kraft cs as my base
Fall Paper is Harvest Holiday by Cloud 9
Sentiement (digi) is from Sentiemental Sundays blog by Raindrop Echo Designs
Tree is from Graphically Speaking cut at 2 1/4"
Ink used is Studio G (emerald green, olive green, and indigo)
Buttons and Ribbon from stash

It was fun to try to keep it simple for a few of the challenge entries, but it does appear that I need more practice.  Maybe if the card was just all Kraft and no designer paper???  Sorry, just thinking out loud (or in type to be politically correct).  

I also adore the leaves on this paper.  Did you know that it is the Oak Tree that bears Acorns???
This paper reminds me of something I learned a long time ago.  I don't recall who taught me this, but years and years ago I was told how to identify a White Oak Tree from a Red Oak Tree.  The Red Oak Tree has pointed shaped leaves where the White Oak Tree has rounded shaped leaves.  I was told that I could always remember by using this thinking:
The Red Man shot arrows (My Native American Ancestors)
The White Man shot bullets (My Eastern Ancestors)
That has stuck with me for many, many years. I even Googled it to be 100% positive before posting this tidbit of knowledge.

Here are the challenges I would like to enter with this card:
(VERY LOW ENTRIES...and Jenn is offering up some of her amazing Clay Roses to the winner...head on over and join in on the fun!!!

and even though, I am not entering this into Challenge #34 at Less is More, I did use the sketch for inspiration!!!

I hope you enjoy what you see and I always welcome comments and advice!!!

* * * * Hey, Susan at I Did It Creations...PLEASE READ * * * *

Susan, I have been experiencing some major issues when I attempt to visit your keeps kicking me back to my Yahoo Home Page.....I love visiting your blog, but am unable to yesterday and today.....Has anyone else been having a similar issue.
I just wanted you to know that this is only happening when I visit IDIC and Robyn's Fetish blogs....any advice????

Cute little message

So for those of you who may not know much about me or my personal life, I am happily engaged to my soul mate.  He truly completes me.  I just wanted to share a little message that was on my computer screen just now when I returned to my office/craft room....

i like scrappin cause im a scrappy scrapper

Ok, so he has a corny sense of humor, but at least he keeps me laughing and smiling.

Thanks Lance, I love you so much!


Disney Pixar Blog Hop III - Day 2

Well, since I was MIA for a few months, up until just recently, I hadn't gotten involved in any blog hops.  So I not only missed crafting, I missed seeing meeting new crafters, following new blogs, and looking at some wonderful creations, too.

I dedicated yesterday to just that....hopping and getting inspired.  Yesterday I breezed through the 1st Day of the Disney Pixar Blog HOP with great ease and lots of enjoyment.  And, today, is the 2nd day of the Hop.  So, first thing this morning, I started hopping again.

The creations have been so cute and wonderfully creative.  Please consider joining in on the fun.  Great ideas....and of course, what is a hop without candy.  For Day 2, one stop on the hop, Melissa with Disney Dreamer Designs, is giving away a Disney Classics Cricut Cartridge....wowweeee.....

Melissa has made some wonderful Mickey Head tags and the embossing is so so cute. 

So, if you up for hopping, getting inspired, and trying your luck at winning some awesome goodies, START AT THE BEGINNING....but most importantly, HAVE FUN!!!!

The girls will also trying something new this go around and will be having a Disney~Pixar link up party on Monday! There will be 3 categories: Layouts, Cards and Everything Else! Be sure to stop back at Shawn's Blog to join in for the Link-Up Party and share a Disney~Pixar creation !!

Saturday, September 24

Chris at ChatterScene is celebrating, too!!!!

Chris at Get Inspired with ChatterScene is a few followers shy of 500 and is having an amazing giveaway.  She is giving away . . .
to one lucky follower!!

She is attempting to reach 500 followers and I am sure this will take no time at all from the measure of her amazing talent not only in crafting, but her blog makeovers....Have You Seen Her Work? If not, here are some of the most recent makeovers she has finished...
I Came, I Saw, I Created.
Candy's Craft Corner - to celebrate she is having an awesome giveaway!
Stamp, Cut, Create!

You can get in on the fun giveaway by visiting her blog and following the easy steps to enter!!!

Good Luck everyone!!!

Join the Celebration

Candy at Candy's Crafty Corner is celebrating a few awesome achievements....

  1. Her beautiful blog makeover created by Chris at Get Inspired with ChatterScene. 
  2. 3 months of Blogging 
Please join me in congratulating Candy on 3 months of blogging.  We all know the first 3 months could be "do or die" when it comes to the world of social blogging.  Also, join in on offering your kind words about how beautiful her blog makeover turned out.  Chris always does fantastic work and Candy is another satisfied customer.

To celebrate, Candy is offering this awesome package of goodies....
 Wonderful, isn't it!!!  So go welcome Candy, congratulate her, offer some kind words, enter her giveaway, and while you are at it, stop to see Chris and congratulate her on a job well done!!!

Happy Crafting!!!

Friday, September 23

lil pumpkins LO

Well, it felt good to do a LO this week.  I had been working on so many other things, my LO stack was being neglected.  Now I have a completed LO to put pictures of the kids at the pumpkin patch together.  Now I just need the pics.  LOL. 

Designer Paper by K&Company  Pumpkin Pie
Orange card stock by DCWV
Photo mast - pattern paper by K&Company
Chipboard elements by DCWV
Pumpkins are photo stickers from Dollar Tree
Sentiment by Sentimental Sundays
Brads, buttons, bling, alphas and ribbons all from stash

I would like to enter this LO into the FALL-owing challenges:
Play Date Cafe - #100 PDCC100
My Main Colors Inspiration
Paper Cutz Challenge - #110 Fall theme using LOTS of buttons
I struggled a bit with what to add to my LO.  It seemed so plain at first.  Then I was inspired by this challenge to use the buttons.I adore the added buttons as embellishments.
Penny's Paper Crafty - #62 Fall
More Than Favors - Wacky Wednesday #52 Fall Theme
My Craft Spot - #26 Fall Leaves
This challenge inspired me to dig out my Sentimental Sundays Autumn digital sentiments and add it to the bottom of the LO after I inked it up with some orange Studio G ink.  I also was able to find a pre-cut die in the shape of a leaf to add to the Title up top.
Paper This \& That - September: Autumn
Lasting Memories - #56 Sketch using Fall Colors
The sketch I used
Amanda's Crafts and More - Getting Scrappy #17 Photo Inspiration
This inspired me to create a pumpkin patch LO

Thursday, September 22

Sweet Baby Girl Party Pack

Who doesn't love the beautiful moments to be remembered at a child's First birthday????  Or, who doesn't love the long awaited arrival of a new bundle of joy????     I had so much fun putting this party pack together.  I almost wish I had the knowledge about crafts back when I was pregnant with all my little bundles of joy.  I could've did some cool decorating for my own baby showers....LOL!  

This party pack started out as a "Baby Shower" theme, but something unexpected happend when I cut my stroller out using Graphically Speaking and paper by Martha Stewart (double sided - baby girl prints).  When I was putting the pink overlay on top, I noticed the words "first birthday" stuck out like a sore thumb.  So, this could be a versatile party pack.  Celebrate a new baby, or celebrate their 1st birthday.
I wrapped coordinating strips of paper around some plastic eating utensils and around a plastic cup full of colorful straws for just a bit of extra pizazz <<<<my word of the week, I think!  :O)

The rosettes were made by first cutting strips 1" X 12" and the larger one is 1.5" X 12" (same paper pack as mentioned before).  Then I accordion folded the strips (at 1/4" intervals), meeting the ends together, adding a dab of glue, and placing a small round die cut in the center.  I then added some of my Provo Craft Mon Petit embossed stickers to the fronts. (I love making the handmade rosettes.  I started yesterday and have a feeling they will be making appearances all over my creations now...LOL)
The glass jar holding the rosettes was an old triangular shaped salad dressing Jar I kept "just in case" (I knew I would use it.....LOL).  I filled the jar with Darice Berry Accents foam opalescent beads.  I used my bow easy to make the pink bow at the top and adhered two strips, from the same paper pack, that state "baby GIRL" to each tail of the bow.
I cut my stroller out as stated previously, made a smaller pink satin bow to embellish the stroller, added a pop dot to the back and placed it on a recycled gift bag my mom had just given Ariana a few days, oh, man, the amount of recycling and altering on this project is even amazing me....LOL!!!!

The small table tents were cut from a 2 1/2" wide strip that I cut in sections of 4 1/2" then folded in half.  Once folded, I grabbed my Studio G Sweet Baby rubber stamp and my Pink Studio G ink pad.

I am quite thrilled with the amount of fun this provided while creating.  And I hope you get some enjoyment out of peeking at my creation.  Happy Crafting!!!!

I combined a few challenges for this project:
  1. Simon Says - Dies to Die For
  2. Creative Inspirations - #130 Let's Celebrate
  3. Decorate to Celebrate - #9 Baby's Birthday
  4. Stampin with the Dragon - 3D Decoupage
  5. All Sorts Challenges - #121 Alter / Recycle entry #2
  6. Just Some Lines - New Baby
  7. Sentimental Sundays - #73 Monochromatic 
  8. Cupcake Inspirations - #128
  9. Sweet Stamps - #33 Anything but a Card

Frightful Villain Malificent

I loved the challenge over at Forever Night (Freaky Friday) this week.  It was to incorporate a Villain into your project.  I remember dressing as Malificent a few years back for Halloween and eagerly searched the web for some coloring pages that I could manipulate into an image for my card.  I found a perfect image (to suit my fancy) and colored with my Whisper Strokes Dual Tip Watercolor Markers.

I started with black card stock as my base cut to 6x6.  I then used Bo Bunny striped paper for my next layer cut to 5x5.  My center square (black again) measured 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 before I crinkled it into a ball and gave the edges a torn effect.  I then used an olive green Studio G ink pad to emphasize all the creases.    I used inque boutique ribbon (chartreuse) and bunched it across the bottom of the striped paper.  I then used a skull sticker (from a pack I bought a while back).  The saying "frightful" is a rub-on.  The faux stitching around the edge of the black card stock and striped paper was done using my white gel pen.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Forever Night (Freaky Friday) - #9 Villains
Dutch Dare - #131 Sketch
Creative Cutter Room - Fall is Here
Crafts and Me - #53 Stripes
Simply Sunday with K Andrew - Halloween
The Paper Shelter - #32 Anything Goes

Wednesday, September 21

My very first ever Side Step Card

Good Afternoon everyone.  I have been working diligently on a very challenging task first attempt at a side step card.  I browsed around the blogs and found a tutorial with instructions that seemed fairly easy for me to follow and started crafting away.  The resource I used was CraftDoc's Easter Side Step Card.

  • I started with Brown (Kraft) card stock as my base cut and scored according to the above instructions.
  • I used a cream colored swirl pattern pattern paper as my accent for the front of the card (and the front of each "step).  
  • I used my Serenade cartridge to cut the tree branch on the front and the two smaller spooky trees in the back.
  • I hand cut some leaves from Red, Yellow, and Orange textured card stock to place on the branch as well as at the bottom of the front of the card. 
  • I fussy cut my green (square print) paper to look like grass.
  • I fussy cut an embossed olive green paper to look like grass behind the two smaller trees.
  • I also used some scraps left over from my white 12X12 die cut sheets to look like a fence and inked it with Gray Studio G ink.
  • I stenciled some pumpkins on an orange patterned paper then cut them out by hand and backed them with Swiss dot orange textured card stock.  They were placed behind the fence on the front of the card.
  • I cut Halloween page borders to fit the bottoms of each "step" of the card (Boo 'n' ghost, pumpkins, & skulls).
  • Finally, I used a rub on sentiment on the front HAPPY HALLOWEEN

I would like to enter this card into the FALL-owing challenges:
  1. Paper This & That - September: Autumn
  2. Getting Cricky with K Andrew - Simply Sunday: Halloween
  3. Whimsical Wednesdays - #24 Fall Colors
  4. Cardz TV - Cricut Cardz Challenges #91 Spooky Halloween
  5. Cooking with Cricut - #52 Colors of Autumn
  6. More Than Favors - Wacky Wednesday #52 Fall Theme
  7. Penny's Paper Crafty - #62 Fall
  8. Fab N Funky - #91 A hard theme
  9. My Craft Spot - #26 Fall Leaves

!!! Happy Crafting !!!

Tuesday, September 20

Happy Belated Birthday (Post #5, Project #3, Card #2)

Shwoo...on a roll now, but feeling a bit burnt out for words.  Therefore, I will keep this post short and sweet!!!  If you happen to have any questions about how I came about this creation, please feel free to ask questions.  I do have to add that my paper piecing skills leave a bit to be desired...LOL!

The Angel with Balloons is an image by Angela Sliekje.  Her drawings and digital stamps are one of my favorites. The Fashionably Late sentiment is part of the Birthday Crazy Line by My Pink Stamper.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Birthday Sundays - #27 Belated Birthday
Come and Get It - Sketch
Stamptacular Sunday - #129 Just Saying (sentiment on the front)
Touch Twin - Playing with our Peeps
Celebrate the Occasion - #31 Birthday (must use balloons)
Stampin with the Dragon - 3D or Decopauge

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