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25 Days of Christmas - Christmas Corners

This is the last file for the season. I've created these very festive page corners for your Christmas projects! (See the layered corners on the layout?)

It has been my pleasure to share the Christmas spirit with you this year. I would love to see any projects made from my files.

This layout incorporated files I shared on my blog during the 25 Days of Christmas (except the hot cocoa and cookies file - everything else was a blog give away).

I took my grand daughter to see Santa and all she was interested in was the suckers! She wouldn't even look at him! LOL

NOTE: The plate of cookies and hot cocoa is a file I will be uploading to the store the first week of January.

Merry Christmas!!!!
This file is no longer available as a free download. Click on the pic to go to the file.


AuBien said…
Is this a newer GSD file type? My software won't open today's file but has opened all the rest. Thank you for sharing your hard work.
Tammey said…
Sorry Shae, it is the new version. I got a Vista computer and it required the upgrade. I totally forgot about that. If you want the dxf to import into RoboMaster, just shoot me an email and I'll send it to you.
Anonymous said…
HI Tammey,
I would love the DXF file..siince3 you updated, I cannot open the original file..
have a great day and thanks for sharing..

Anonymous said…
Tammey, thank you for sharing all of these wonderful files.

Esther W-B
kswjeff said…
Thanks Tammey for sharing all the files. I hate it that Robo has that upgrade. It has caused us wishblade owners to miss out on alot of files. I can use the svg but alot of files are not made in programs that have svg so that upgrade is a nuisance!! Thanks again!

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