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JFF Design Team

Altered Pages and Just for Fun Rubber Stamps the Design Teams of both companies will be sharing projects.  Today we have projects from the JFF Design Team.


 
 
 
Roxi has Moose and French Horn learn more HERE!

 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 
Roni shares Christmas Shopping!

 
 
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Nancy shares two great TREE cards!
 

 

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  1. All of these cards are adorable. Lots of holiday cuteness here!

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  2. Great cards ladies! Love the untraditional-ness!!

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  3. These are so cute! LOVE them all!

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  4. So many different styles! great cards and some really neat stamps!

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  5. Love all the different styles! Great job!

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  6. Wow, such a variety of cards and all of them are fabulous!!! Love the stamps!

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  7. They are all so wonderful! Using some of my favorite images too. Really Out of the Box Christmas!

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  8. I am loving each and every one of these creations, the colors and retro images are fantastic, so Merry and Bright! xx

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  9. Wonderful inspiration - all so different and beautiful!

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  10. Love all the different styles. Wonderful!

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  11. Amazing projects and cards! Love all creative creations!

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  12. Wonderful creations, each and every one! The colors and wonders of the holidays represented by both products are just over the top!

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