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May 17, 2011

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Traci

That is an AMAZING product! I have never seen that before...I think if you could get a convex/dome shaped plastic, it would be cute to put candies into the cutout. Visiting from Craft Gossip :)

Melony Bradley

Hi Pat, would love to send you the template- please send your email address to melonybradley@msn.com

Pat Kinon

Love your birdy money card holder, so clever. Would love for you to e-mail me the template, thanks so much.

Beth

I would put colorful little hugs and kisses (x&o's)in it for my grandkids.

tammy @ not just paper and glue

This is such a cool idea. It is something completely different than the ordinary money holder. Like it!

Bonnie Jasperson

What 'aviary' cute 'bird'day card idea. Love it. Can't wait to make one, or two. TYSMFS - Jazbo

Sarah

Such a cute little birdy- the foam cutter looks pretty slick, I've only used a hot knife and it is hard to get it smooth.

ColleenB.

Had the foam cutter on my mind but I meant to say the trimming buddy.
Besides putting money in the bird, would also be cute as a shaker card with alittle bird seed inside.
Very cute project

ColleenB.

What a clever and nifty money bird holder.
Would love to win that foam cutting tool.
Thank U 4 the opportunity
Colleen

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