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Sunday, June 30, 2013

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Christine Barker

Your banner pennants are gorgeous and I love how you used doilies to tie all of the different ones together, they look stunning! Gorgeous pendants also! Thanks for sharing!

Christine Barker
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Michele Askeroth

Oh man Mercedes, those pennants are to die for. Love what you did and the post is perfect for the time of year! Hope you are doing well!

Kelly Deal

Love Love Love your banner and pennants Mercedes!

Luna is a BAD girl, but looks so patriotically gorgeous in her finery!

michele

What a beautiful Luna she is. Those shepards hardly ever grow up, puppies for life.
I love how you added the vintage doilies to the pennants, great touch indeed.
Thanks for sharing Mercedes.
Have a wonderful 4th.
Michele

Linda P.

I absolutely LOVE the banner you created with the swap pennants combined with your own! Those patriotic pendants you made are very nice, too.

Ohhhh, I am so very sorry that your doggie mangled your banner a bit. I have been there, too, Mercedes. My border collie has gotten hold of some of my things! I'm glad you were able to save most of the banner. Oh, and she IS such a beautiful dog, especially decked out in her 4th of July finery!

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