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I was talking to my mom the other day and she reminded me that my cousin in Holland was going to be getting married in a week and that I needed to send a card.  They are getting married in Alkmaar which is known for their outdoor cheese market.  Love that place!  Anyways, I didn't have any wedding cards on hand and it can take so long for anything to get mailed over there.  I didn't want to wait a day and go to the store and pick up a card, so I thought I would go and make one with some of the stuff I had on hand.  I remembered that there was a card challenge on the paper lovers blog, so I thought I would use that as a layout.  I used my favorite wedding stamp that I used on this card I made a few years ago and once again replaced the bouquet with a heart brad.  This photo makes the colors look way more crazy then they are in person, but I had to get this in the mail fast, so this is the only photo I have.

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