Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Time Flies When You Are Having Fun!!!

EDIT: "Thanks to everyone who entered the Spellbinders' 5th Anniversary Party to win my Die Template release. You can no longer enter to win my release. Please check out the links below to enter the contest on other blogs. Check Spellbinders Blog for the announcement of Daily Winners. Grand prize winner will be announced on January 30th."

I still remember how excited my friend Bonnie (of Bonnie's Best Art Tools) was when she came home from the 2004 CHA Show about a new tool called the "Wizard". After demoing it for her that year at consumer shows, I too was excited and even went to work making a book of examples of all the cool things you could put through the Wizard.

I continued to use my Wizard and was very excited with the Nestabilities that were introduced summer of 2007. Now, Spellbinders is celebrating their fifth anniversary by sharing sixteen days of sneak peeks on different designer's blogs and I am pleased to be introducing a new set on the third day. It is said that "three is the charm", so I hope you will find these die templates and my creations charming.

As always, there will be LOTS of drawings for free die templates! Each day an additional die template is added to the daily give-away list for a grand total of sixteen die templates on the 16th day of reveals! So, one lucky person from my contest will win these three sets along with my release set.

Commenting on this post is welcome but does not enter you into the contest. This contest is sponsored directly by Spellbinders Paper Arts. Please read the post to find directions for entering the contest. If you have any questions, please e-mail ContestQuestions@spellbinders.us.

Blog Roll List
Here is a list of all the remaining sneak peeks and their blogs:

Jan. 8 Sherry Cheever http://sherrycheever.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/
Jan. 9 Heidi Blankenship http://embellished-dreams.blogspot.com/
Jan. 10 Becca Feeken http://www.amazingpapergrace.com/
Jan. 11 Jennifer Ellefson http://createdfrompaper.blogspot.com/
Jan. 12 Sharon Harnist http://paperfections.typepad.com/
Jan. 13 Jeni Calkins http://studiojeni.blogspot.com/
Jan. 14 Wendy Weixler http://wickedlywonderfulcreations.blogspot.com/
Jan. 15 Beth Pingry http://bethping.blogspot.com/
Jan. 16 Keri Lee Sereika http://pinklemonade.typepad.com/my_weblog/
Jan. 17 Sally Lynn MacDonald http://inkyheart.typepad.com/weblog/
Jan. 18 Donya Schroeder http://donyas.typepad.com/puckish/
Jan. 19 Linda Duke http://lindaduke.typepad.com/lindas_works_of_heart/
Jan. 20 Trudee Sauer http://trudee.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/

Yesterday's sneak peek was http://michellewooderson.blogspot.com/.


You have until midnight CST January 7th to sign up for the give away on Michelle's blog!


Now, for the Spellbinders' die template I am introducing....it is called Floral Accent # S4-199.
I hope you fall in love with it just as I have! Here are the images of what the die template looks like and also a photo on a grid showing the sizes. I have completed a lot of projects with these dies, so I hope you will see just how versatile they are. Since each is loose, you can use them independently of each other and use the negative space they create as well as the fantastic die cuts they create. With Spellbinders die templates, you also have the option to use the die as a stencil, either the negative space the die leaves or the small spaces that are embossed with the die. I also love the fact that you can choose to just emboss and get a great design that way too! This die will retail for $19.99.







When I get a new die, I like to cut several pieces of each one and play with them. I like to name them, so they become like old friends! Here are the names I assigned these dies: "decorative C", "lotus with leaves", "long symmetrical lotus", "simple lotus", "floral flourish" and "pointed flourish". I will refer to these names and you can use them or make up your own names.

Today's Creations

My first series of projects involves photos and items that include my grandmother, Estelle. She was one of the most fun people to be around that I have ever known! Time truly did fly when you were with her!

I created two photo holders that have photos of her and my grandfather in them. I also adorned several home decor items using the die template to show how many different ways you can use it and how much it adds to a purchased object. The die that I named "decorative C" was used in a series of monogram cards to show more ways to use Spellbinders die templates. My last name happens to begin with a "C" so I had a great time with that particular die. It is pretty no matter which direction or formation you use it in!
Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I share just a few of the possibilities there are with this great new die template!

First, let's look at this gate fold photo holder with a button closure. I have included some step out photos, showing how I created this piece.


Also pictured is another photo holder I created to replicate the old cabinet photo holders that were so popular early last century. I have made these for several years and was so excited when the Wizard came out, as I could use brass stencils on dark paper to add the decorative elements. Now, these particular new die templates are perfect for this project and help make the most beautiful closure.

Once I get started creating, I find it hard to stop. My motto should be "Somebody STOP ME!"...
maybe you attended my "garden party" last summer and know what I mean. I hope you enjoy looking at these photos of items from a button brooch to photo frames and many more items. I will let you look at them without much commentary, but notice the many ways I have used the die, from using fun foam to make stamps to using a stencil to make a design to be stitched or painted. Of course, I welcome your comments and questions. I will be happy to explain anything that is not clear to you.

Here are the insides of the photo holders....



To create the gate fold photo holder with a button closure, I used both a piece of solid cardstock and a piece of decorative paper. I cut the decorative paper smaller than the solid and folded the cardstock to make a 5 by 7 inch card.




To do background stamping, I used fun foam to cut one of the "floral flourish" diecuts to use as a stamp. I mounted it on acrylic block with double stick tape.




I did some background stamping on the edges of the solid cardstock where it would show outside the decorative paper. I thermally embossed these images with gold embossing powder. I cut the mats for the photos.




To distress the outside of the folder, I used a sanding block like is used on fingernails to rough up the paper.




Next, I applied shoe polish. This neutral polish will give a nice clear finish to the paper and make is feel and look much more substantial than just cardstock. I sometimes use tan or other colors of polish to age photographs that have been printed on mat cardstock. Apply the shoe polish as you would to shoes, allow it to dry a little and then buff it with a paper towel or rag.



I used the sanding block to also distress the mats that will go behind the photo.



The "decorative C" and "floral flourish" pieces were cut from gold metallic cardstock, embossed in the Wizard and then sanded with the sanding block. Paper that has a white backing will show the white when sanded, really showing off the embossing. This also will distress the pieces to go with the look of the photo folder.




Next, I used the negative space as stencils to create a background on the inside of the photo holder. Here I used metallic rubons, but you could stencil in paint or any creamy coloring medium. Stenciling gives a little different look than stamping does.





The photo and mats were mounted on the inside of the photo holder and the "floral flourishes" were added at the corners. This gives almost a look of a vine framing the photo. You can see the white areas where the diecuts were sanded.




In the next photo, you can see the sheen that is created by the shoe polish. You can use a purchased tassel or you can create your own. I used silk embroidery thread and gold metallic thread wrapped around a piece of chipboard to make a tassel. Secure the tassel at the top and then clip the bottom edges.



I used the two "decorative C" diecuts on the front of the photo holder and secured the tassel with an eyelet. I also added a gold metallic button for the tassel to wrap around. The button happened to be a great match for the "decorative C" shape. A circle punch was used to make notches for the button to fit through.




Here is the inside of the photo holder, finished.




When I sewed the gold button on the inside of the card, I used a flatter button on the back to help secure the button. This makes the thread less likely to tear through the two thicknesses of cardstock. Be sure to give the same treatment to the back of the photo holder (sanding and applying shoe polish) as you did the front.




Here is the front of the photo holder all closed up and secured....




Next is a photo of the inside of the cabinet photo. I think this die template is just great for decorating these photo holders. These patterns were achieved by embossing only rather than cutting a diecut and having to adhere it to the folder.



Next, pictured are some of the containers I decorated using the Floral Accent Die Template. I used the pieces as corners, borders or as an all around decorative element. Random pieces that were purchased separately look like a set with the use of decorative paper and the die templates.



The journal pictured next has the "long symmetrical lotus" and the "decorative C" used to embellish the front and binding.



Also, I used the negative space created by cutting two of the "simple lotus" die template to make a stencil. I then used a pen with disappearing ink to trace the design on cloth and embroidered the edges in a stem stitch and filled in the center with a satin stitch. These beautiful patterns work even for needlework!





This old button from my grandmother is now a beautiful brooch, accented with the "decorative C" diecuts. Notice also how the corners of the button box are embellished with the lovely "decorative C" diecuts!




Here is a closer look at the brooch. The base is a pendant that you would find in the beading section of a craft store. The diecuts here were cut from the same metallic cardstock used on the photo holder, but metal foil would work great also.



Brass was used to cut the "long symmetrical lotus" for this thread box.



This purchased frame and burgandy velvet mat has even more richness to them with the addition of the gold embellishments cut from the Floral Accent die templates.




Here is another photo of my grandmother holding me as an infant. I used the die templates both on the frame and the mat. I really like the way the diecuts look like vine wrapping around the corners of the photos. This time I used the "lotus with leaves" to create the vine look.



Here are some of the pieces grouped together. On the heart shaped box, after adhering the diecuts to the top of the box, I used metallic thread to run a stem stitch around the heart, tying all the pieces together. When you see the pieces grouped together you can see what an unifying element the diecuts can be.




On the tote bag pictured in the following photo, I used a stencil created with the negative space to paint acrylic paint around the top of the bag, forming a border.





The following are examples of monogram cards I made using the "decorative C" as well as an "H" I constructed out of the die. Let's look at this first monogram card a little more in detail. Notice how the "long symmetrical lotus" die template was used four times to create a frame for the monogram. The "decorative C" was cut twice so a shadow effect could be achieved. Even the tone on tone cream card makes a big statement with it's simplicity and it's elegance.





The next card shows an example of reverse stenciling (applying the ink directly to the die template) and reverse embossing (placing the diecut on the opposite side of the die template before embossing, thus creating a mirror image). Both of these techniques come in handy when (1)wanting to show the detail of the die template or (2)when you need a symmetrical embellishment.


Lest you think you can only use these die templates for a vintage look, I have included some fun papers and different looks. The opening left by the diecut is used as a window on one of the cards and on the other card, that diecut is used with the "backside" showing. These beautiful details really do inspire creativity!


Last but not least is a quilt card where the die template was used to replicate the look of quilting.
By now, I am sure you are beginning to fall in love with this die template set, just as I did.

Remember that you can use Spellbinders dies in other personal die cutting machines. Spellbinders does have videos linked on their site to help you out.

Now for all the details of the BIG CONTEST!!!

Spellbinders Five Year
Anniversary Celebration
Sneak Peek Party Drawing Information
Spellbinders will randomly pick one entry from each of the 16 Spellbinders Sneak Peek Blog reveals as stated in the "Rules". This name will be drawn to receive the die being revealed and any other dies listed as a part of said blog give-away. These entries must follow all rules stated below to be valid for the drawing.

Entrants visiting all 16 Spellbinders 5 Year Anniversary Celebration Sneak Peeks Blog reveals and correctly entering their information into the 16 separate drawings, as described below, will automatically be entered into a GRAND PRIZE give away of a full set of all 28 NEW RELEASE dies debuting at the Winter Craft and Hobby Show in Anaheim, California on January 25-28, 2009!
Rules:
1. Participant must click on the provided drawing link on blog to enter each individual drawing on sneak peeks between January 5 and January 20, 2009.
2. Participant must type in the subject line the name of the die being revealed.
3. Particpant must send their entry for this blog before 12:00 midnight Central Standard Time on January 8, 2009.
4. Particpant is only allowed ot enter each of the 16 Spellbinders sneak peek blog give away drawings one time per sneak peek. Participant must use the same email address daily to be considered for the grand prize entry, no exceptions. Please consider whether you will have access to the same e-mail address from January 5th through January 20th and plan accordingly.
5. Spellbinders Design Team members and employees are not eligible for the drawing.

Any particpant wishing to be automatically entered into the drawing for the Spellbinders 5 Year Anniversary Celebration Sneak Peek Grand Prize drawing, must enter the drawing from all the 16 blog reveals and follow the above rules.
Please note:
*Spellbinders will only use email information to contact the winner.
*Spellbinders will not share this email address with any other parties.
*Spellbinders will not use this email information for advertisements or communications other than to contact the winner.
*Spellbinders will announce all daily winners and grand prize winner on the Spellbinders blog at http://spellbinderspaperarts.com/blog/
*If you wish to be included in further communications from Spellbinders, please go to their homepage and sign up at http://www.spellbinderspaperarts.com/

Thanks again for stopping by and joining in on our celebration! I hope you will enjoy using this die as much as I have....and good luck on the contest! Even if you are not fortunate enough to win, I hope the ideas you gain from looking at the blog reveals will make you feel like a winner due to the knowledge you gained! Once you begin creating with the new die coming out, you will find that time flies when you are having fun!
Holly Craft



105 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh nice. Something different and very striking.
Off to email now.

J

catSCRAPPIN said...

Those are different. Love what you did with them.
LaNA

Toni K said...

Wow! You really did some great things with these! They're awesome, but you really did them jsutice!

Sandra said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! beautiful!
Sandra

Margie H said...

WOW! WOW!! WOW!!!

At first, I wasn't sure but after seeing all the wonderful creations...definitely need to add in the wish list!

Thanks, Holly, for making my wallet lighter! LOL!!!!

The gate-fold photo holder is just stunning!

Kiko said...

I emailed Spellbinders for the contest, but I also had to tell you that your projects are beyond fabulous! These dies are soooo elegant and you have gone all out on this one. Love everything!!!

Laurie in MN said...

Your Grandparents are a very attractive couple.

mommaladystamper said...

WOW~~How stunning your work is with the new dies. These will be fun to work with. Alice R.

Altered Annie said...

wo,you are unstoppable! they are all great!

Damjana Ž. said...

I must tell you that I'm really impressed. You did great things!

Judy K said...

From one Gingerwoodie to another,
Great Job. I wasn't certain that I'd like this set but you make it look so beautiful

lengow said...

created amazing ancient works. Beautiful.

Salute - lengow

Neighbor_Nancy said...

This are great! Thanks so much for sharing!

Marianne said...

Georgeous items you had altered, and those dies definitely are a MUST

Nancy said...

I LOVE what you've done with the new Floral Accent die set! Very elegant!

ribenaruby said...

Super tutorial of the photo holder, looks real fun and enjoyable!

Hege-Annie Simonsen said...

You have made great things with this die set! :) I am impressed!

Hugs, Hege

Sandra said...

Oh my word! I am just amazed at the variety of ways you have used the die, I would never have thought of any of them. Thank you! And they look absolutely beautiful. You sure look like you enjoyed yourself. Thank you for all your hard work.

StampinCathy said...

WoW!! What creative and inspiring projects. Love them all!!

Anonymous said...

These new dies are beautiful!! But your projects are absolutely GORGEOUS!! Vicki C.

Angi (Mistress_of_Mayhem) said...

Fabulous! I have to say that I thought accents were nice, but then I saw your creations...thanks so much for the inspiration!

Sue said...

Love these. I can think of endless possibilities for this die.

I love how you used old things from your Grandmother along with the dies. Simply beautiful.

SueB said...

Pretty amazing stuff - TFS! I'd never think to use the shoe polish on the cardstock and will have to try that one!

Unni said...

WOW!! What a fantastic nestability. This must be one more for my lits of what to have from these nestability. Wonderful but exspensive for my wallet :P These were just soooo lovely!!

Hugs from Unni

Karren M. said...

WOW!!! I absolutly love what you did with the new Floral Accent die set. Very inspiring, thank you for sharing your creations!
Karen M.

Peggy Maier said...

Beautiful! I love the old-fashioned elegance these dies give to your projects!

Donelda said...

Oh My Goodness...you did so much with these!! And what great projects!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Dottie K. said...

Beautiful work! :)

Gigi said...

Oh, my gosh! Your projects are absolutely gorgeous! You really know how to sell a product in a creative way :-)

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, my... love the vintage projects... those dies are just so elegant. TFS!

Anonymous said...

How beautiful. Love how you used them.

naturecoastcrafter said...

Holly:

This has really gotten me excited about the new nesties release. This is unbelievable work. I really love the way you used the vintage button from your grandmother. Truly amazing work. Thank you, thank you, thank you

Jean
naturecoastcrafter on SCS

Lastel said...

These dies are fabulous as are all your projects ! I have sent in my entry !

Mary Sue said...

Awesome products. Love what you have done with the Floral Accent. Your creativity is amazing.

Amy Johnson said...

Oh wow Holly, of all the designers, your previews never cease to amaze me the most. your creativity astounds me. What beautiful ways to use this die set. I love them all!

Anonymous said...

I hope no one ever stops you! Your examples were wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

Jeni Calkins said...

I had to read the whole thing, now I’m late getting the kids up for school. You blow me away stunning, elegant projects. BTW Don’t stop, and don’t let anyone tell you to stop.

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

Oh, I LOVE these. Your projects are fabulous!

Karen G said...

Holly,

Beautiful die and love all the home accent possibilities :)

Love that you incorporated vintage items and photos in your creations. Very neat.

Marja said...

Fantastic ideas..
Thanks for all the great tips.

MaryAnn said...

Oh! Not only are you the icing on the cake with these projects, but you are the baker AND the party.
M...

nise said...

WOW!! One question - did you get to choose the die or did they choose for you? Whoever made the decision, it was PERFECT! Your ideas are incredible, especially with the pictures of your grandparents and that button! So glad you're one of their designers.
Happy New Year, Holly!

Kathy H said...

WOW.. you've been a busy girl...great work!!!

debb said...

OMG- thank goodness spellbinders is having this contest so I could find your blog- It is amazing! I love your projects! Thank you for all you shared! debb

Cat said...

i'm always at a loss for ideas when seeing smaller dies like the ones in this set, however, you discuss and show several really great techniques. i'll look at these dies in a new light, now.

Lynette said...

One word - WOW!!! Your ideas are totally AMAZING!! And FABULOUS! Thanks so much for them. (My niece lives in Lawrenceville:) And my brother lives in Loganville.)

PS - I'm on the treadmill right now. I walk while I'm doing my "blog-reading." And your post sure made my walk longer! But very enjoyable.

pookiepea said...

What a great look! You really have shown us how to step out of the box when using these dies. I
love all the tips and tricks you have shared with us.

Holly Craft said...

To answer Nise's question....the die are assigned to us. I imagine they kind of send them according to our "style", but we have no say. Usually the Blog team gets nestabilities and the Design Team gets other die templates and the rest of the nestabilities. I have seen Heidi's projects for Friday and I think you will see that they go with her style too....THANKS for all the comments. I love hearing from each of you and I hope you will return to my blog often!
Sincerely,
Holly

The Larsen's said...

absolutely amazing work HOlly!

Janet Bagnall said...

These are beautiful

Conniecrafter said...

Wow such awesome projects, love what you have done with these dies, great inspiration!

Tindaloo said...

gorgeous creations u've made! theese accent-dies are really versatile! :)

Kim said...

Wow you really went all out with your samples and they are all fabulous.

Tracey said...

Holly - WOW - these projects are just lovely!! awesome job - thanks for sharing your talent!!!

Sally said...

Your projects using these stencil/dies are gorgeous

Dawn said...

wow...fab job showcasing this!!

SherylH said...

To repeat the other comments: WOW!! You did a great job showcasing the Floral Accents. I had been thinking of purchasing the Doodle Parts die but glad I held off a little longer -- this set suits me so much better.

Suzanne said...

can say is WOW! What a lot of wonderful ways to use these dies you have shown us! I only hope I can remember them all. Your projects are so very elegant!

Beth said...

Beautiful job Holly!

liannallama said...

WOW! What amazing and gorgeous projects you made--absolutely stunning!

Michelle (mla1111) said...

These are different.. I like them. You did amazing projects with them...WOW!

Cindy H. said...

Wow, Holly, I'm flabbergasted at all the gorgeous things you created!!! Great job! BTW, your grandparents are a very good looking couple and you showed them off beautifully!

Katie Renz said...

Wow, what an incredible project and the perfect show case for these dies.

The Country Rose said...

Your projects are incredible!!! Made me fall in love with these new dies :D.

Barb

Anonymous said...

Holly I admire your work so much - just beautiful! Thanks so much for all your inspiration!

Linda Hofacker

Judy S said...

Oh, my gosh, Holly, your projects are absolutely stunning! These dies are a "must have!"

Patty (SCS-pepperrn) said...

oh, Holly, what beautiful creations with this new die. Thnaks dor showing us them!

Patty

Tina/Jackoline said...

So many ways you can use these dies! You are really creative!! Love your work! :)

Jessica said...

Thunk.

That would be my jaw, hitting the floor. Excuse me while I pick it up.

Your work is stunning. I thought the dies were pretty, but you've taken them to a whole new level. Wow. Amazing. Thanks SO much for the preview!

(ps. email is sent - I really hope I win these ones, I love them!)

Jan Castle said...

Beautiful work! I feel like I've just taken a wonderful class...thanks for sharing how you did everything. What a multi-use set!
Jan

Billie Dee said...

Holly! Your style is exquisite! I MUST have that set from Spellbinders. Thank you so much for this gorgeous inspiration.

Miki said...

Wow, everything you did is so beautiful! I love how you made them look like metal. Really pretty!

Bree said...

Love scrollwork and cartouches and can't wait to use this new set... And these projects really showcase the Floral Accent dies beautifully!

Prpldy said...

This is my favorite dies so far! Love them and I love how you used them in so many different ways!

Ida P. Krause said...

Wow you outdid yourself with the great samples. It was very interesting seeing all the different ways these dies could be used.

Sara said...

Your projects are amazingly creative and elegant! Thank you so much for sharing each item. What inspiration!!

TxScrapAddict said...

Incredible porjects!

Mer said...

Holly you are so imaginative and creative. What a wonderful Blog!
Loved the step outs and your use of the product on so many things.
Wish we lived closer I would love to come and play.

Stampin_melissa said...

Holy Smokes Holly, what a fabulous job you did demonstrating this new die set!

Janet said...

One would think these dies were created especially for you! You have shown them off beautifully. And you've given me some fabulous ideas for displaying some of my vintage photos. Thank you!

Kelly L aka Littlekel90 said...

Wow, Holly! Your creativity really shows on these projects! Thanks so much for showing us. STUNNING! Now off to email SB for a chance to win. :) Kelly

Helen said...

Gorgeous! I love your use of shoe polish.

Genevieve said...

OMGosh I'm in love! These are my all-time favorite dies! Can't wait to get my hands on these!

Debbie Olson said...

Oh, Holly! WOW!! You did a huge amount of gorgeous work here--great job!

Valonda L. said...

wonderful! I love the great variety of things you did with these. Great job! I especially loved the gate-fold photo holder.

Michelle Walpole said...

This flourish die set is breathtaking....YOu have presentred THE best showcase I have ever seen!!!!!! Talk about comprehensive. I so love all your projects and will be visiting your blog again in the future ...for sure!

reflections:0) said...

These are awesome and really limitless as to what you can do with them...

Nice work...:0)

reflections:0)

Deborah March said...

You've showcased this set in a most spectacular way Allison...how coule we NOT "need" it!? Thank you for your inspiration!

Darlene L said...

Absolutely stunning and your photos were just beautiful. What a priceless gift for your Grandmother.

Helen said...

Great Job, Holly! Your projects for the new Spellbinders are awesome.
Thanks for sharing your talent with us.

evafromca said...

Ohhhhh...Be still my heart!!!! Gorgeous dies and your work with them is breathtaking!!!

Kerry H said...

My goodness, I've never seen anyone make so many samples for a new release.They are lovely.

Heidi Blankenship said...

Once again you have done Absolutely Amazing work!! You know I'm a huge fan!! ;) Can't wait to see you at CHA!!

LeAnne said...

Holy guacamole! These samples are incredible! You are one talented lady!
LeAnne

Melisa said...

So pretty and feminine! Thanks!

Geirun said...

What a great way to use dies.
Thank you for inspiering us;)

Geirun

Mary Duffek said...

Wow! so pretty! Love all the projects!

Allison said...

I'd like to think I was the inspiration for all this work, but I doubt it....

Anonymous said...

Such great work. It's awe inspiring. A secret admirer

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Oh wow Holly what amazing projects! I just love seeing how everyone is using the new dies!!!!

Anonymous said...

Love what you did with these dies...awesome project! Thanks for sharing!

Judit V.

Wendybell said...

I am such a dork! Totally forgot that commenting doesn't enter us in the contest (hence, my late-late comment!)! Maybe I should read what they send me? You inspire me all the time. You are so creative and talented (as opposed to obsessive and compulsive!)! Can't wait to see you at Bubba Gump's!!

Shirley said...

They certainly picked the right person to showcase this set. Your projects are lovely! A really unique set!

Anonymous said...

Floral Accent I love these and they will be on the list! Grest work and very inspiring.
Pam
phicks92@yahoo.com.au

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