Monday, May 30, 2011

Kindred Spirits - Mojo Monday

Supplies:
Paper: Urban Swank
Chipboard: Chatterbox
Doily: Hallmark
Pearls: Prima

I'm really starting to love Monday's because I get a fresh does of inspiration from the Mojo Monday challenge at Creative Soup. This week the challenge is to incorporate 3 of the following things I love into one project: texture, the color yellow, woodland creatures, retro kitch, doilies, the color green and sewing.  This was such a fun challenge.  Stop by the Mojo Monday forum at Creative Soup to see the rest of the creative team projects.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Sweet As Honey - Kanban Crafts

Kanban Supplies:
PCT9881 - Always & Forever - Yellow Roses
SCR9033 - Bella Floral Damask - Chocolate
PCT9904 - Coffee Shop Paper Craft Toppers
CRD9762 - Pearl Glaze Farfalla - Coffee Brown
PCT9112 - Vintage Tags (Pink)

Other Supplies:
Yellow Cardstock: Bazzill

I love the layered die-cuts from Kanban Crafts! These yellow roses were perfect for this photo of my daughter Scarlett. The glazed and foiled accents on the Kanban papers are gorgeous and make it easy to add those special finishing touches to my layouts when I'm short on time.


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Friday, May 27, 2011

Love Birds

Supplies:
 Cardstock: Bazzill
 Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee
 Letters: American Crafts
 Artisan Elements: Pink Paislee
 Cardstock Stickers: Pink Paislee
 Photo Credit: Wayne Maki Photography

I've been having fun changing up the size of my layouts and have grown fond of the 8 1/2 by 11 size.  I like that I still have plenty of room to embellish my page while keeping the focus on the photo.  This is my daughter Claire's first kiss from a boy at age 2!  This cute little boy was the ring bearer at my brother's wedding and had a little crush on Claire.  I really love the way this page turned out, especially since I mistakenly printed the photo on the wrong side of my photo paper.  I was surprised when my photo came out looking like a watercolor painting, but I think the finish is pretty cool.  Sometimes mistakes are a good thing!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Workshop Wednesday: Lace Cardstock Flowers

We love learning new things so join us for Workshop Wednesdays where we’ll show you tips, techniques or tutorials to help you grow as scrapbookers. The {SAS}sy Design Team will teach you something fun, exciting or maybe it’s just a refresher for you. Regardless, make sure and tune in every other Wednesday to see what’s on the curriculum for the day.


One of the fun add-on options to the April It's the Little Things {SAS}sy Kit is a sheet of KI Memories lace cardstock. Lace cardstock looks fabulous on its own, but with a couple of quick steps you can create one-of-a-kind embellishments for your projects.


Step1. Gather supplies; lace cardstock, patterned paper scraps, scissors, pencil, rhinestones (optional) and adhesive. I used a sheet of the KI Memories Bouquet Dew Lace Cardstock, but there are several different styles available in the {SAS}sy Store.


Step 2. Cut several flowers from the sheet of lace cardstock.


Step 3. Using a pencil, trace around both the inside and outside of a flower petal. I traced my flower petal patterns on the back of the patterned paper so any stray pencil lines would not be visible on my finished embellishment.


Step 4. Cut the petal from your piece of patterned paper and adhere pattern side up to the underside of your lace flower. Keep your scissors between the two traced guidelines while cutting and your patterned petal will be the perfect size. Repeat for each petal of your flower. Optional step: Add a rhinestone to your flower center. I used Blingage Stephanie's Gems Embellishments by Teresa Collins.

Thanks for visiting today!  I hope you learned something fun.  If you decide to try this technique please share your creation with us by uploading a link to your creation to the {SAS}sy Blog!

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Time To Celebrate - Kanban Crafts

Kanban Supplies:
YJPCT004 - Burlesque Paper Craft Toppers
SCR9035 - Burlesque - Strong Scarlet
PCT9558 - Gingham Sentiments Blue

Other Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill
Leaves: Petaloo
Gold Pen: Y&C

I finally found the perfect papers to scrap my senior prom photo! If you couldn't tell from my dress, the movie Titanic was popular at the time. I had to have a dress like Kate Winslet wore in the movie and I think I came pretty close.  This stunning layered die-cut from Kanban Crafts reminded me of my dress and was the perfect embellishment to this page. I think the piece adds a touch of elegance and it took me less than five minutes to assemble!


The die-cut layers to this piece are all pre-cut.  Just separate each piece from the cardstock sheet and place some adhesive foam between the pieces to create a fabulous layered embellishment that creates a dramatic effect.  No fancy cutting machine required!  Just like the Kanban papers, this die-cut figure is detailed with foiled accents.


I cut these beautiful roses from a piece of embossed cardstock from the Kanban Burlesque collection.  I love the high-shine glossy finish!

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Monday, May 23, 2011

Licked - Mojo Monday

Supplies:
Paper: Hambly Screen Prints, MAMBI
Stickers: Sassafras
Journaling Card: Jeni Bowlin
Pearls: Prima
Ribbon: Michael's
Thread: Iris
Miscellaneous: Buttons

I'm really starting to love Monday's because I get a fresh does of inspiration from the Mojo Monday challenge at Creative Soup. This week the challenge is to use yellow, turquoise and gray on your project. These colors are all over and really in for spring.  

Who knew that a giraffe's tongue is almost as long as its neck?  Not me!  This was quite the surprise during my last trip to the zoo.  It was really fun to get close to such a beautiful animal and I can't wait to go back! 

Stop by Creative Soup and check out all the wonderful work created by the talent creative team for this challenge!

Must Have Monday: Prima's Melody Collection

Whether it's your favorite pair of blue jeans or your tube of shimmery lip gloss everyone has a "must have" item. Scrapbooking is no different. Every Monday the {SAS}sy Design Team will show you our must have item of the moment. It may be new, it could be old, but one things for sure it's a MUST HAVE and right now we can't LIVE without it!

The product I'll be highlighting for this Must Have Monday is Prima's Melody collection.


The Melody collection includes 12 double-sided patterned papers and gorgeous coordinating embellishments.  I love the shades of pink and the pop of teal!  This collection is perfect for spring pages.  Below is one of my layouts using papers from this collection.



The {SAS}sy store has a fantastic collection of Prima products available now!

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Free ATC

Supplies:
 Stamp: Glitz Design
 Pearls: Kaisercraft
 Ink: Ranger
 Multi-Medium; Ranger
 Miscellaneous: Book Pages, Paint
Song Lyrics: Slaves and Bulldozers Chris Cornell

I had a ton of fun making this ATC!  I'm slowly combining more techniques on my mixed media projects.  This ATC has a book page collage background, stamping and a little watercolor paint.  I think this beautiful stamp by Glitz Design is perfect for Spring and went well with some Chris Cornell song lyrics that I found to be inspiring. 

If you would like to start creating more mixed media projects, Scrapbook News and Review Magazine has wonderful step-by-step tutorials, both on their front page and inside each issue of the magazine, at a variety of skill levels.  Join the Mixed Media group and share you work and don't forget to submit your projects for a real chance at getting published!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Friendship - Kanban Crafts

Kanban Supplies:
SCR9003 - Floral Frame - Blue
SCR9006 - Damask Rose - Blue
PCT9953 - Tranquil Waters - Sky
PCT9484 - Spring Diecut Flowers - Aqua
PCT9831- You're A Winner
DBPCT091 - Daisy

Other Supplies:
Stencil: Tattered Angels

The pretty blues and greens of these Kanban Crafts papers went perfectly with this photo I took of my girls at our favorite Florida State Park, Eden Gardens.  They love the large pond on the grounds and had a lot of fun looking for fish.  The trees and flowers that decorate the part landscape were my inspiration for this page.  I used a Tattered Angels Glimmer Screen as a steil to make the tree that frame my photo.  The beautiful foiled details on the Kanban papers really help make the flowers pop.


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Friday, May 20, 2011

Sweet - {SAS}sy Inspiration Challenge

Supplies:
Paper: Cosmo Cricket, My Little Shoebox, Pink Paislee
Journaling Card: Pink Paislee
Adhesive Badge: American Crafts
Pearls: Prima
Butterfly Punch: Martha Stewart

  I created this layout for the May {SAS}sy Inspiration Challenge at Scrap Attack Scrapbooking. You know you’re a scrapbooker when you take everyday things and draw inspiration from them to create a layout. For this challenge, we will be using everyday items like magazine ads, clothing, food packaging or word prompts as our source of inspiration.

The challenge this week is to use the advertisement shown below as inspiration for your layout. You are free to adapt it to any size you prefer – just have fun with it! (Your finished product should resemble the ad.) You can use any supplies you want. Have fun, mix it up, rotate the sketch and add embellishments…whatever makes you happy.

All participants of this challenge will be entered into a random drawing for an extra 10% off coupon to the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking Store! Entries are due by midnight PST on Friday 5/27/11. A winner will be drawn sometime on Saturday. Please feel free to upload your work to the INSPIRATION Challenge section of the Creative Gallery and link your image to the {SAS}sy Blog.

Here is your inspiration:


I think this ad is perfect for spring. I'm already out having fun in the sun! I used both the colors of this ad and the berries as inspiration for my page. We can't wait to see what you create!

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Michigan Memories

Supplies:
 Paper: My Mind's Eye
 Letters: American Crafts
 Chipboard: Maya Road
 Flowers: Petaloo, Prima
 Pearls: Basic Grey, Prima
 Crystal Flourishes: Zva Creative
 Sticker: October Afternoon
 Crepe Ribbon: My Mind's Eye
 Twine: My Mind's Eye
 Paint: Ranger
 Ink: Clearsnap
 Miscellaneous: Cardstock, Shells
Reverse Sketch based on a layout by Jan Tatomir

Scrapbook News and Review Magazine has sketches in every issue created by talented staffers. Sketches are used by the staff designers either exactly as is, altered in a fun way or interpreted in a certain design style. Every month one staff layout is selected and a sketch is made based on that layout.  The result is something we call a reverse sketch. This is my take on the reverse sketch based on Jan's fabulous layout for the April Issue. If you love working with sketches, this section of the magazine is sure to offer plenty of inspiration. The May issue is now available!

This is a photo of my husband John and I that was taken way back in 1999 at my family cottage on Lake Huron.  I'm sharing this layout today because I'm on my way back to Michigan for a vacation and will be walking down this beach in a couple of days!  I have a lot of great memories from my time spent at our cottage that include long walks on the beach, the sound of the waves, shell collecting and camp fires.  I used some Crakle paint on the chipboard for my title and brushed it with some Distress ink.  I think the letters look just like a perfectly toasted marshmallow.  Yum!

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Flower Girl

Supplies:
 Paper: Pink Paislee
Doilies: Hallmark
 Flowers: Prima
Leaves: Prima
Butterflies: Prima
 Ribbon: Dritz
Rhinestone Flourishes: Zva Creative
Mist: Tattered Angels
Tools: Cuttlebug, Baby Face Alphabet Dies
Photo Credit: Wayne Maki Photography

Each month Scrapbook News and Review Magazine has a Scrap Your Stash call. April's call was flowers.  My daughter Claire was a flower girl in my brother's wedding and this is one of my favorite photos from that day.  There are flowers in and around my photo.  I also used paper flowers to make my letters.  I glued paper flowers to a piece of cardstock and once dry, used my Cuttlebug and Baby Face Alphabet Dies to cut flower covered letters for this page.  

SNR's June Scrap Your Stash call is brads and eyelets.  We wouldn’t be surprised if you have oodles of these little gems hanging out in your stash and we challenge you to use them in cool and creative ways! For this call, please only submit layouts that feature brads and eyelets.  You have until May 21st to submit your layouts!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Great Expectations

Supplies:
Paper: Pink Paislee
Letter Stickers: October Afternoon
Flowers: Petaloo, Prima
Leaves: Recollections
Ribbon: Details, Pink Paislee
Adhesive Rox: Queen & Company
Butterfly: Little Yellow Bicycle
 Doily: Hallmark
Ink: Ranger
Photo Credit: Amber Lights Photography

I've been scrapping some older photos lately.  This picture was taken while I was pregnant with my second daughter Scarlett.  She's almost three years old now!  I have no idea where the time has gone.  Claire was so excited to become a big sister.  I'm so happy that my girls get along most of the time.  After seeing this layout, Claire, who is 4 1/2, has been asking how she got inside my tummy and how she got out, LOL.  A conversation for another day!

Monday, May 16, 2011

SNR's May Issue - Now Available!


It's time for another issue of Scrapbook News and Review Magazine! Over the next few weeks, SNR has a lot of fabulous things headed your way. Stop by the homepage to check out the latest issue, chat on the message board, read some cool articles. Do you recognize the cutie on the cover?  I'm beyond excited that my layout of my daughter Claire made the cover!  Submit your artwork for our calls and you just might see your beautiful projects in, or on the cover of, Scrapbook News and Review Magazine!

This issue is packed! Over 250 paper layouts, over 100 cards and stamping projects, 107 digital layouts (not including those in tutorials) and over 3 dozen altered art projects and mixed media items such as ATCs, arches and inchies. That's over 500 pieces of amazing artwork to sink your teeth into!  If you don't have a subscription, sign up for one today!  You won't want to miss out on this issue or the rest of the exciting things planned for the rest of the year.

Creative Soup's Get Messy! - Lesson Eight


Welcome to Get Messy! a free class brought to you by Creative Soup. Over the next two weeks, we are going to be learning how to incorporate artsy supplies as well as different artsy techniques into our every day scrapbooking. This class is totally free and available at Creative Soup. Creative Soup offers a free class each quarter, new challenges each Monday, as well as great inspiration throughout the week!

Here is where we start getting into the real messy part of the class! So get out your aprons, put down some wax paper, and get ready to make a little bit of a mess! Lesson eight is all about gel medium. We’ll look at some tips for using gel medium on your projects, a step-by-step tutorial, and some fabulous samples from our Creative Team. Thanks again for participating in Get Messy!

I used Gel Medium to create the collage background on this page. I also used Gel Medium to transfer my image onto the page. Visit the Get Messy! thread at Creative Soup to read full instructions and step-by-step photos for my page.

Please head on over to Creative Soup and join in today’s Get Messy conversation. Next Up: Lesson Nine—Embossing Powder! Thanks so much for playing along!


Class Schedule
Monday, May 2nd: Overview
Tuesday, May 3rd: Misting
Wednesday, May 4th: Inking
Thursday, May 5th: Acrylic Paint
Monday, May 9th: Gesso
Tuesday, May 11th: Watercolors
Wednesday, May 12th: Modeling Paste
Monday, May 16th: Gel Medium
Tuesday, May 17h: Embossing Powder
Wednesday, May 18th: Markers and Pens
Thursday, May 19th: Wrap Up

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Wonder

Supplies:
 Paper: GCD Studios, Pink Paislee
 Metal Word: Creative Imaginations
 Flowers: Prima
 Leaves: Recollections
 Artisan Element: Pink Paislee
 Adhesive Rox: Queen & Company
 Felt: Prima
 Paint: Making Memories
 Gesso: Delta
 Pen: Sharpie
Miscellaneous: Cardboard

I had so much fun building this page on a cardboard base for a call for Scrapbook News and Review Magazine! I added some gesso and paint to cardboard and then stamped a little with some bubble wrap.  I love all the texture on this piece.  I can count on SNR to have an exciting call each month that pushes me to step out of my comfort zone.  SNR is always looking for artwork at a variety of skill levels and styles.  Check out the current calls for a real chance to be published!

Did you know there is a whole other world to Scrapbook News and Review Magazine's site? Simply click on YourSNR/CU on the top main menu of the site and you'll see just how cool it is!  What can you do?Create a profile that tells the world who you are and what you love to do, start your own photo gallery with unlimited space for your artwork as well as your very own video gallery, create your own group, post bulletins, make announcements and write on friends' walls as well as group walls, host your own events and make friends. There are almost 13,000 registered users on our site and literally tens of thousands of paper crafters who visit our site on a daily basis. Register with SNR and get noticed!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Creative Soup's Get Messy! - Lesson Seven


Welcome to Get Messy! a free class brought to you by Creative Soup. Over the next two weeks, we are going to be learning how to incorporate artsy supplies as well as different artsy techniques into our every day scrapbooking. This class is totally free and available at Creative Soup. Creative Soup offers a free class each quarter, new challenges each Monday, as well as great inspiration throughout the week!

Here is where we start getting into the real messy part of the class! So get out your aprons, put down some wax paper, and get ready to make a little bit of a mess! Lesson seven is all about modeling paste. We’ll look at some tips for using modeling paste on your projects, a step-by-step tutorial, and some fabulous samples from our Creative Team. Thanks again for participating in Get Messy!

For this page I used modeling paste and a Glimmer Screen to create texture. I placed the Glimmer Screen over my page and using a small knife, I spread the modeling paste over the Glimmer Screen. I immediately removed the Glimmer Screen and let this piece dry overnight. When it was totally dried, I colored this page with Glimmer Mist and Shimmerz paint.


Please head on over to Creative Soup and join in today’s Get Messy conversation. Next Up: Lesson Eight—Gel Medium! Thanks so much for playing along!


Class Schedule
Monday, May 2nd: Overview
Tuesday, May 3rd: Misting
Wednesday, May 4th: Inking
Thursday, May 5th: Acrylic Paint
Monday, May 9th: Gesso
Tuesday, May 11th: Watercolors
Wednesday, May 12th: Modeling Paste
Monday, May 16th: Gel Medium
Tuesday, May 17h: Embossing Powder
Wednesday, May 18th: Markers and Pens
Thursday, May 19th: Wrap Up

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Creative Soup's Get Messy! - Lesson Six


Welcome to Get Messy! a free class brought to you by Creative Soup. Over the next two weeks, we are going to be learning how to incorporate artsy supplies as well as different artsy techniques into our every day scrapbooking. This class is totally free and available at Creative Soup. Creative Soup offers a free class each quarter, new challenges each Monday, as well as great inspiration throughout the week!

Here is where we start getting into the real messy part of the class! So get out your aprons, put down some wax paper, and get ready to make a little bit of a mess! Lesson six is all about watercolors. We’ll look at some tips for using watercolors on your projects, a step-by-step tutorial, and some fabulous samples from our Creative Team. Thanks again for participating in Get Messy!


This is another page for Claire’s book. I stamped the wings on my page with Staz-on ink and then colored the image with dry watercolor pencils. I used a wet paintbrush to blend the colors together. To outline the page I dipped a watercolor pencil in water and used the wet tip to color the edges of my page.


For Scarlett's page I used a white crayon and a piece of punchinella for a wax resist. I colored the spaces in the punchinella with the white crayon. I sprayed the paper with several colors of mist and then blotted dry with paper towel. The white circles are wax and did not take the mist. Once my background was dry I dipped a watercolor pencil in water and used the wet tip to color the edges and the circles of my page. 


Please head on over to Creative Soup and join in today’s Get Messy conversation. Next Up: Lesson Seven—Modeling Paste! Thanks so much for playing along!

Class Schedule
Monday, May 2nd: Overview
Tuesday, May 3rd: Misting
Wednesday, May 4th: Inking
Thursday, May 5th: Acrylic Paint
Monday, May 9th: Gesso
Tuesday, May 11th: Watercolors
Wednesday, May 12th: Modeling Paste
Monday, May 16th: Gel Medium
Tuesday, May 17h: Embossing Powder
Wednesday, May 18th: Markers and Pens
Thursday, May 19th: Wrap Up

Monday, May 9, 2011

Must Have Monday: It's The Little Things {SAS}sy Kit

Whether it's your favorite pair of blue jeans or your tube of shimmery lip gloss everyone has a 'must have' item. Scrapbooking is no different. Every Monday the {SAS}sy Design Team will show you our must have item of the moment. It may be new, it could be old, but one things for sure it's a MUST HAVE and right now we can't LIVE without it!

The product I'll be highlighting for this Must Have Monday is the April It's The Little Things {SAS}sy Kit. This fabulous kit is based around the "It's The Little Things" collection by Fancy Pants. These papers are perfect for capturing everyday moments. Included in this kit are complimentary patterned papers by Crate Paper, Lily Bee and Teresa Collins, pearls and rhinestones, lace trim, flowers and doilies!


The Prima Say It In Pearls embellishment is one of my favorites. It is the perfect shade of pink and coordinates so well with the Fancy Pants patterned papers. I love the subtle shimmer of the flower. Don't forget to add this embellishment to your cart when you purchase your kit!


Included in the kit are three Delightful Day flowers by Prima. I love the pretty pearl center and soft petals! These flowers range in color from pale orange to brown and could easily be used on a masculine page.


Another fun add-on to this kit is a sheet of KI Memories Lace Cardstock. I had a lot of fun cutting up this piece of cardstock to create my own unique flower embellishments. Check back later this month for a full tutorial!


I made a fun banner from some tickets cut from a piece of the Fancy Pants paper and some of the stamps that are available in the Fancy Pants Embellishment Package add-on.


There are two versions of this kit available in the {SAS}sy store - each with a different American Crafts Thickers option, chipboard or foam. These kits are on sale now for a great price!

Creative Soup's Get Messy! - Lesson Five


Welcome to Get Messy! a free class brought to you by Creative Soup. Over the next two weeks, we are going to be learning how to incorporate artsy supplies as well as different artsy techniques into our every day scrapbooking. This class is totally free and available at Creative Soup. Creative Soup offers a free class each quarter, new challenges each Monday, as well as great inspiration throughout the week!

Here is where we start getting into the real messy part of the class! So get out your aprons, put down some wax paper, and get ready to make a little bit of a mess! Lesson five is all about gesso. We’ll look at some tips for using gesso on your projects, a step-by-step tutorial, and some fabulous samples from our Creative Team. Thanks again for participating in Get Messy!

For Claire's page I used Gesso as a primer. I wanted to use Crackle Paint on Claire's page and that works best on a smooth surface. After the Crackle paint was dry I added Distress Ink and Glimmer Mist. For Scarlett's page I used Gesso as a paint lightener. I mixed equal parts of Gesso and paint and used that for the background.



Please head on over to Creative Soup and join in today’s Get Messy conversation. Next Up: Lesson Six—Watercolors! Thanks so much for playing along!

Class Schedule
Monday, May 2nd: Overview
Tuesday, May 3rd: Misting
Wednesday, May 4th: Inking
Thursday, May 5th: Acrylic Paint
Monday, May 9th: Gesso
Tuesday, May 10th: Watercolors
Wednesday, May 11th: Modeling Paste
Thursday, May 12th: Gel Medium
Monday, May 16th: Embossing Powder
Tuesday, May 17th: Markers and Pens
Wednesday, May 18th: Wrap Up

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Scrap Attack Scrapbooking May Reveal!

I'm so happy to announce that I am still part of the {SAS}sy Design Team! This month I worked with the NEW It's the Little Things monthly kit. This is such a fun new line by Fancy Pants Designs and it is filled with great coordinating papers and embellishments. I was able to create so many fun layouts with this kit, both masculine and girly and even some holiday layouts!

There are still a few of these kits left, so if you haven't ordered one yet don't wait! You can currently take 30% off your kit with the coupon code: SCRAPBOOK! This coupon is valid until midnight PST tonight (after that the discount goes to just 20% until Monday at midnight.)










For a larger selection of my work or to see the supplies used in these layouts please visit my GALLERY in the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking store.

Special Person - Kanban Crafts

Kanban Supplies:
DBPCT087 - Trees and Owls
DBPCT094 - Butterflies
PCT9110 - Vintage Frames (Pink)
PCT9558 - Gingham Sentiments Blue
CRD9096 - Floral Pink Card
Other Supplies:
Doily: Details

I'm having a great time designing with my Kanban Crafts supplies!  Kanban Crafts makes gorgeous card kits, my favorite being the Floral Pink Card from the stunning Shabby Chic Ruby/Pink collection.  All the flowers and leaves on this page were cut from one piece of paper!  I love the three shades of pink flowers.  Kanban's product lines are designed with perfectly coordinating pieces, but the collections also mix well.  I used pieces from three different collections on this page!


The sentiment cards are a wonderful way to add some printed journaling to your projects.  I always struggle with what to write and this card made journaling so much easier for me!  I love the foiled stitching!


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