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August 26, 2011


Theresa McK

WOW! This is with the Halloween DSP! AWESOME! I'm already in lOVE with it! Your Layout is fabulous! Of course Nathan is as CUTE as Ever! :o) OK gotta go order this MDS DSP set.... I've got 3 boys of my own so it's a MUST HAVE! :o)


This is an awesome page! The photos and the DSP really capture Nathan's personality. Love it! The photo in the hodgepodge hardware is a "cool" technique and adds to the metal effect of the page.

Aly Schilling

Love what you did this week! It gives that Halloween DSP a whole new look :)

Lisa Clarke

Those are great pictures Heather!

Lori Campbell

I like Halloween but I don't tend to do a lot of Halloween crafting, however, this DSP is a MUST HAVE! It was the first of the new DSP's that I used when the new catalogue came out for an MDS scrapbook page of my daughter in front of a wall of grafitti. Love it!
Side note: I'm devoted to saving my photos, too. My old 35mm negatives are in my safe deposit box at the bank!! I've had 2 external hard drives die on me in the past 3 years. Unless you have multiple external drives that mirror each other, there's still a risk of data loss so I've recently switched to (or is good, too!). Now my entire computer is continuously backed up off-site for a low annual fee (cheaper than the cost of the external hard drive!). Just a point to ponder for anyone looking for additional ways to safe-guard their photos. I have nothing to do with either of these websites...they were just recommended to me by my brother (a computer programmer/developer) and several of his "techie" co-workers).

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