Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Poinsettia Bauble

Hi bloggers!  I really wish you could see this card in person as it is just lush.  I found a piece of burgundy velvet paper at a stamp shop in Florida and that is what served as a starting point for this card.  I cut the largest of the new Christmas bauble 2012 dies and used the negative piece as an aperture for my velvet paper to show through. I embossed it with the Wild Poinsettia embossing folder for texture.   Admitedly this is the most simple of all the ornaments so it did need a bit of dressing up.  I thought it would look just spiffy with poinsettias cascading across it, so that is just what I did.  I decided to do a little twist on them and to help them show up a bit better axgainst the deep background colour.  I made my poinsettias out of a traditional deep red colour, but chose to do some leaves in milk coloured card (Yes, I know you will never find that combo in real life, but it's a card so I thought I could get away with it!)  I added some of our new flatback pearl embellishments to the centres of all the flowers.  I made another layer for my ornament to sit on, also out of embossed milk card.  I matted it with matching burgundy card to set it off.  I added a double bow tied from our satin/grosgrain ribbon in deep burgundy (I love this ribbon in this colour) and added one of the new pearl embellishments.  These will be available on the shows that I am doing on Aug. 21st for all of you that have emailed me asking where they can get them!  I added a bit of tulle netting behind my bow for a bit of dramatic flair too (from my craft stash).
This is a very easy card to make, just a bit time consuming because of all the poinsettias you need to cut (just for those really special friends at Christmas time, I think!)  I hope you like it as it is a bit more traditional than most of the ones that I have shown lately.  All for now, Sue x


194 comments:

Pam said...

This is a stunning card. It looks so rich and "lush" in the burgundy colours. The bauble and poinsettia dies are so lovely. Just love it

auscrafts said...

stunnibg card ,love everything about this card

Lacelady said...

Oh Wow, this is soooo striking. The contrast is brilliant, I love it.

scottish crafter said...

Hi Sue OMG what a delightful card, love the color and design. This is a "special friend" card. Look forward to you shows on 21st.

Wilma

Ladock girl said...

On Sue this card is beautiful, I've been waiting to get a closer look at this as I fell in love with it when you showed it on c&c. It is truely stunning and definately has the wow factor. I may be borrowing this idea for my own Christmas cards this year. Linda xxx

Felicie said...

This card is really stunning,so so beautiful.
Felicie

Moni said...

Fab card, love the colors and the poinsettias are gorgeous. Hugs,Moni

melanie said...

Stunning card may have to due one of these .Melanie

Celina Dee said...

Morning Sue,
Beautiful card. Really beautiful.
Seems to be simple to do too.
Waterford

Maryann said...

Absolutely stunning Sue, I just soo love all the poinsettias, but that´s also the only thing, I´m a bit picky about keeping the right colors ha ha ha. But a Poinsetia HAS to be red in my book LOL.
Have a wonderful day and lots of fun, I hope.

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, another lovely card, full of ideas and inspiration. Bx

Ayelet said...

Oh, what a beautiful card. Really stunning!
I love those flowers and their color :)

kimberley said...

this is so striking,love everything about it Sue.You are the eighth wonder of the world,take care,x

Julia Watts said...

Stunning card! So glad the pearls are now available - I need some of those! Love, Julia xxx

debs said...

Morning Sue well you've done it again one stunning Christmas card the colours are wonderful together.
It is so elegant.
Looking forward to you been on C&C.
Take Care

Debs Artliff

zerena said...

Morning, very pretty and such a rich look Zerena

Hellma said...

This card certainly looks spiffy, lush, crissmissy, stunning all rolled into one spiffylushcrissmissystunning, great card Sue i love it. OH BY THE WAY CAN I BE YOUR SPECIAL FRIEND. Lol.

nattyboots said...

I agree with you ,about everything it looks exquisite .

Elaine H X

Victoria said...

All your cards are lush Sue! Lovely dies again. Can't wait for your next show!

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This is a stunning card, it does look an easy card to do, but like you say, quite time consuming cutting all the same size poinsettia's out, but well worth the time. It is absolutely beautiful and the burgundy card looks stunning mixed with the milk card. Absolutely stunning. Looking forward to 21st on C&C. Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anonymous said...

GM Sue I've been waiting for thsi one to appear on your blog and here it is! WOWEYYYYY! I hope C&C have taken large stocks of those pearl embellishments as I think there will be a scrum down for them - I can't wait to get my hands on some. I used my GC for the first time on Monday- I had previously been using the black and pink machine - you know the one!.. The GC is amazing - its hard to belive that something that feels so easy to turn the handle on cuts so cleanly. I am seiously impressed with it. worth every penny. Many thanks
Regards
Clare W

happy2craft said...

Good Morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning, this I think is my favourite Christmas card. Love the colours, ribbon and velvet paper, so touchy feely. Yes, definitely beautiful. Roll on 21st, cannot wait, lol.
Have a great day everyone.
Happy2craft

deniseann said...

Hi Sue, Stunning,you have such an eye for colour. Love it ( but then there's not many i dont like!!)

cazlan said...

Good morning Sue, another great card. love the colour combination and the design. will definitely attempt something similar.
xxx carole

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Wow, lve that colour, so rich and the swirl of flowers is stunning.

HiggiSue said...

Stunning card Sue!!
Hugs
Sue H x

dutchess said...

wonderful card Sue...I love the colour combination this is the card I have been waiting for you to post since I saw it on the POTW.....great news about the pearl embellishments too!!!! have a good day and take care Margaret

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Wonderful card love it all even the bow (I have said many times I only like small bows).
Have got my poinsettia dies now so can start playing.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Erica said...

Ooo Sue,

Such luxury. Such elegance.

Just perfect.

Erica

Heather T said...

Good morning Sue
This card made me do the 'happy dance' it is stunning. I have some velvet paper that I've had for years ( one of those too pretty to use), but now I've seen today's card perhaps I will get it out to use ............... Well maybe one sheet lol
Hugs x

val in spain xxx said...

good morning sue. this is such a special card. found a roll of burgundy velvet wallpaper in a shop a while ago and had to take a sample!!! i've been wondering what to do with it and now i know. this will be a lovely card for my daughter. thankyou.

Laura O said...

Oh Sue this is fantastic looking.I can just imagine what the velvet paper is like fab fab and more fab.Cant wait for the new shows lots I would like to get -will have to hide the visa from the husband.Have the poinsettia dies but I love the way you use odd colours for them [red and milk together].Laura O

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
It'll be only a day or two for my poinsettia dies to arrive - can't wait to try them out - you made such beautiful cards with them and this one is no exception.
As I'm a "fire" person, this one is right up my street

CHERYL brown said...

what can I say? stunning! Bought some lilac velvet paper from Archivers at The Mall, Minneapolis in 2005 and have been hoarding it for inspiration ever since,will try this card in lilac/white.

sarah hyett said...

Wow Sue this card is just up my street my favourite colour is burgundy and velvet is my favourite texture! I just love the combination of colours you have used in this card its just simple stunning. Sarah

CHERYL brown said...

what can I say? stunning! Bought some lilac velvet paper from Archivers at The Mall, Minneapolis in 2005 and have been hoarding it for inspiration ever since,will try this card in lilac/white.

Sandra F said...

another lovely card Sue.

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue from Burgundy - today's card would uplift anyones' spirit. It is absolutely gorgeous. The colours are more than beautiful what more can I say.
Janet x

Marleine said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card. Love the flower cascade. Burgandy is my preferred colour to Xmas red, so luxurious. X

Sue Parish said...

A real WOW card, absolutely fabulous - can't wait to try, I'm off to print out the instructions right now!
Thanks Sue,
Sue xx

Anthea said...

Morning Sue, really really love this card,gorgeous colours.Hugs xx

Lindsay said...

ooh, these lovely rich colours and the way your eye is drawn around the page following the sweep of the poinsettias, I love it! x

Jane in Spain said...

I think that this would work equally well without the bauble aperture, especially if you cut the poinsettias out of red or cream velvet paper!

baconbits said...

Morning,
Ooh what an opulant card, i love the colours - this card really flows and draws your eye to the whole page.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Anonymous said...

Just love the velvet poinsettias - so lush and the colour is great with cream. I have had some burgundy velvet in my stash for some time and it is now coming out for Christmas! A truly sumptuous card. Can't wait for your show on 2lst!! Yvonne xx

Kathy said...

Hi Sue - but this is simply gorgeous, so rich and elegant. Love everything about it, especially the colours. TY. Kathy x

Bea said...

beautiful card Sue - love textured and the velvet card really looks lush

Lin W said...

WOW! stunning card, just so rich and beautiful
xxx

evis said...

Hi Sue. What is there to say that has not already been said. Fantastic card.
Evis.

Clare said...

Gorgeous card, really pretty :)

Janice K said...

A stunning card for someone special-beautiful! x

hotpotato said...

I just love what you do with these bauble dies.

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Stunning card I love it poinsettia's are my favourites. I really like the way you have used velvet for the bauble will make it look really lavish special Christmas card this one. Thanks for sharing

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Marion said...

Hi Sue this card is STUNNING ,love it.the poinsettia die is lovely ,look forward to your show.
Marion

marg said...

Good Morning Sue !
Love it... beautiful colours and papers.
LoveMarg

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
I am leaving this comment from my iPad today, so excuse me if I make a mistake. Absolutely fabbbbbb card today as always. Wonderful colours too. Have great crafty day everyone.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Clarissa said...

One of your best cards yet. I'm sure there are more to come.
Clarissa. X

Karen R said...

Simply beautiful.Wouldn't anyone just love to receive this card. They would feel so special

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, This is just sensational you have really surpassed yourself this time. I could also so these flowers made like that for a coursage for a winter wedding! You are one very cleaver lady.

Love Rosemarie xx

nannapat said...

You do "artistic flair" so well Sue - what a stunning card. You've proved that we don't always have to use true to life colours to create a work of art. Pat x

angiec said...

ooo could i be on your christmas card list pretty please.i just love this card and the colour is just perfect for christmas.i must look for that die on my holidays

Elizabeth said...

Morning Sue, I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this card. Everything about it is beautiful. This will be one I will be copying.
Your creative flair is second to none.
Elizabeth x

hazel said...

Morning sue this is a stunning card, i expect it is even more stunning in the flesh by the description of the paper you have used. This is one i think i will have to try. love it xx hazel

Jan.moogie said...

Wow wow wow gorgeous.x

barbiepinkfairy said...

Stunning!!

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue,
WOW,WOW,WOW. I hope you stood back and gave yourself a pat on the back when you completed this card - it is really stunning and one you would want to send to someone special. I just love everything about it.

sue said...

Morning Sue, This is really stunning, look forward to your shows on 21st.
Hugs Sue M xx

salem said...

wooow stunning"!"! love poinsettias, lots of work on this one , waiting for the shows, and summer "!"!

salem said...

ps be nice to frame this or on a plaque for hanging

lindyloo12 said...

As you said Sue what a "lush" card, and who says the poinsettias have to be in traditional colours, I have made cards using them in the favourite colour of the recepient and they look great!

Wendy L said...

Gorgeous. I think I really NEED this poinsettia die. xxx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue
I'm so pleased that you've finally shown this card. Saw it on C&C and loved it then - however, it looks even better close up. I think this is one of the most stunning cards I've seen. I absolutely love it! Have got the poinsettia die (which is fabulous)and will try this card using the bauble ornament from a couple of years ago as haven't got this years. Thank you so much for your inspiration. Can't wait for the C&C programmes.

guffie said...

well what can i say about this card excet WOWEEE .... what a stunning card beautiful i love everything about this card the colours the way it looks it's just simply perfect xx gail

hollyberry said...

Hi Sue A very special card to be saved for a very special friend.

martine said...

Hi sue wow what a fabulous card love the colours, i carnt wait to see all the show's (yes i will be able to get my hand on some of the lovely pearl embelishments)xxx
all the best martine xxx

yorkielass said...

Good morning Sue, This is a spiffy, lush and scrummy card, sooo rich and textured. The colours are gorgeous and love the poinsettia dies and can't wait to get some of those pearl embellishments.
I agree with Kimberley you are the eight wonder of the world.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs June xx

Sue B said...

Stunning, simply stunning. I love the burgandy makes it look so rich. I have some velvet paper so another try I feel, coming along.
Sue B

SusanP, Kent said...

This is really gorgeous Sue. Beautiful.
I have several sheets of velvet paper in my stash, which will now enjoy a new lease of life with Spellbinders. BTW, love your word 'Spiffy'!
Sue

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Sue
Yes your right its LUSH!! Great colour combo, i have some burgundy velvet paper which i never thought of die cutting. Great layout.
Emma

Carol S. said...

Hi Sue, Love this card. As you rightly very lush. Just a combo I would go for. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. This is just beautiful!! I love the poinsettia dies. I love the idea of cascading the poinsettias over the bauble die. They look fantastic!! You have used the perfect colour combination. The background is lovely and the bow just adds the finishing touch !! Fantastic card love Tres x x x

Victoria said...

I can see how long this has taken but the result is tremendous! What a beauty!

MARGARET said...

Hi Sue
Really stunning card, love the colour.
Margaret L

CraftyJo said...

Beautiful!

Sue - said...

Stunning - love the dark colours!

Dawn Munday said...

I absolutely love this, the milk leaves with the dark reds are stunning. The poinsettia is a wonderful die I was cutting purple ones yesterday (I ended up with fingers stained with dusty concord from inking them!). I was looking for something special for a card design for my parents. I might have to do something similar :-)

Margaret said...

Good morning Sue
This card is pure luxury absolutely stunning so pleased I have the poinsettia dies. Looking forward to seeing you on C & C
Margaret

Lara B said...

Good morning Sue
As usual.. a stunning card!
Love the colour combo...and who cares that it's not natural...it's gorgeous!
I NEED the dies..you make the results look so good!
Ribbon, pearls etc...Gorgeous!
Have a great day!
Lara xxx

Meg said...

The Poinsettias are lovely but the overall card is too fussy for my taste...each to their own.
Lot of work gone into making it tho'

Margaret O

Lizzie said...

Hi Sue
WOWOWOW this is still LUSH from the 1st showing on CC till now, I love the colours and will be doing this one also I don't think it would work with green leaves but i will try it and see what it looks like
Thank you
Lizzie |(serial copycat)xox

Cassieajh said...

This card looks Lush Sue, I have some of that Velvet paper, it is SEI & it has been on C&C with Melanie it was in a pack with other items but several pages of this velvet card it different colours. I hope you have more of it Sue to give me some more ideas.
Hugs xx

Teresa said...

love this card, beautiful (hope this post comment works, having bit of trouble) xx

Anonymous said...

Hi sue
this is a great card, so beautiful, i wish it was christmas now. can you tell me of it is spellbinders nr SKU s5_055 and if it is out in England yet
Janet

Christine Hussey said...

Wow, this card is stunning Sue and the colour so lusciously rich. Definitely one for a special friend. Looking forward to the shows on 21st. Have a good day! Hugs Christine H xx

Vick said...

I love the deep red wine colour its so Christmas!! this card screams out elegance, love it xxxxVick

Maid of Kent said...

Lovely card for special friend or family. Hugs Ann

Phil D said...

What a fantastic card Sue - your talent is never ending and so great to see

Phil D

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
What an elegant, beautiful card, love the colours, my Mum still has her poinsettias from last christmas, the only thing is they are green as one was white the other red, but she has never kept them as long before so her green fingers are working well.
Happy crafting, looking forward to the 21st.
Love Tina x

Cumbrianlass said...

Hi Sue Another stunning card with one of my favourite poinsettias dies. the colours are so dramatic, could even oust my favourite colour of Teal.
Janet

Carolyn B said...

Another stunner Sue. I love red and white Christmas cards. Carolyn B x

Yvonne(Seom) said...

Lovely def one for mum and mum-in-law this is very traditional but stunning love it. Yvonne

lesley said...

Hi sue wow this is stunning!! Love everything about it I have some embossed velvet paper in black and red which I might actually use now!! Thanks for the ideas love lesleyxx

gwen70 said...

Stunning card Sue, the colours are simply gorgeous

Jean Johnston said...

Definitely one of your very best Sue.

Patricia said...

Good Afternoon Sue,
OMG!!! how wonderful is that card.
I might just have to use this idea for "Special Friends" cards being sent from this address.
Thank you for sharing your fantastic talent.
Have a Great Day

Patricia

La Vikinga said...

Beautiful and elegant flowers!

Charlotta / La Vikinga

CraftyLoops said...

This is a beautiful card Sue. I love the flowers. Lee x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Dont have to see this card in the flesh Sue, it looks lush on the screen! Simply stunning, love, love love this one. Thanks for sharing. Crafty best wishes, Carolyn H. x

CraftygasheadZo said...

Ooh I wish I could see it as it looks totally stroke-able! Stunning. Take care Zo xx

CathyinMN said...

This card is wonderful! Just love it!

Sandybee said...

Love everything about this one Sue, so pretty and the burgundy and white

xx Sandra

magpie said...

Oh my goodness....this is gorrrrgeous Sue! Loving the rich burgandy colours against the cream (it does work!). Loving the bow, the dazzler & all those lovely pointsettias!!! "Wowowowow!" (as Kylie Minogue would say!) Stunning! xx Love Karen xx Look forward to seeing you on the 21st Aug xx

magpie said...

Soz "milk" coloured card! xx

magpie said...

Soz "milk" coloured card! xx

Auntie Em said...

So elegant and beautiful!!! I know what I am going to do with my velvet papers now as soon as I get down to my scraproom!
Thank you for the inspiration! :)

Sonia Jones said...

Love this card it's so rich in colour. Sonia x

Barbara said...

Another xmas beauty, wish I could see it in real life!!! Looking forward to your next appearance on C&C and will start saving now!

fluffycat said...

Absolutely stunning!
Frances

Brenda said...

This is beautiful with one of my favourite colours of burgundy. I have already made similar cards to this as I think the colours make it look elegant.

nancyd said...

Hi Sue,
As fluffycat said Absolutely stunning
love colours you have used must go and try this one.
Nancyd xx

Jane said...

Sue this card is absolutely gorgeouse I've been waiting for you to post it, can't wait to make this one for someone special

Jane x

Glass Daisy said...

Hi Sue,
Woohoo! What an utterly gorgeous card. Well done and thank you.
Sonia x

Tracie Carmody said...

absolutely gorgeous card. I just don't know how you come up with all the ideas xxx

brenda said...

So beautiful, love the colours

Janet Wilson said...

Really love the burgundy colour!

yorkie said...

Hi Sue
What a wonderfull card it's a real stunner I wish I had half your talent
Take Care
Theresa x

Linda said...

Oh WOW this sure is lush! I love the colour combination and the trailing poinsettia's look amazing.

Hugs
Linda xxx

vanessa said...

Hi Sue, what a stunning card, this is so LUSH,I love love love this card, many thanks vanessa xx

kraftyk said...

Stunning card Sue
Kim xx

Gay New Malden said...

Hi Sue Lush with a capital L and stunning with a capital S.

Love

Gay

Jacqui aka Morgana said...

Now that is a christmas card that I would love to find falling through my letter box. What can you say that hasnt already been said - absolutely stunning.

SueH said...

Such an unusual idea Sue and as stunning as always.

Happy Crafting!
Sue H
x

sheila said...

Hi Sue, I like the word 'lush' is is very descriptive of your cards and especially this one.

Petula said...

Hi Sue, what a rich, sumptuous card. I will definetely be giving this one a try. I love all your designs but this one is one of my favs.
love Pet xx

aggieosborne1104 said...

Hi Sue, Just to say received stamps, thank you. Your scrumptious card is oozing cinnamon, mulled wine and warm freshly baked muffins by the fireplace. It is one of a kind, it's emanating the spirit of Christmas in the warmest way possible! Another work of art, Congratulations!
With lots of love, Aggie xxx

"Talk to the Tail" said...

Hi Sue. The Christmas Bauble die may be the simplest of dies ... but boy ... did you dress it up! This is another stunner and I'm loving all the non traditional cards you are coming up with. Thank you so much for the ideas and inspiration. xXx

Christine said...

A beautiful card, everything is lovely. Fabulous colour combo as usual!
Thank you, Sue
Christine
x

senorasue said...

Gorgeous card Sue, the colours are stunning and work so well together
Sue
X

Bosquie said...

My favourite Christmas card to date. That is until the next one. BeautifulXX

Heidi B said...

Sue, this card is absolutely stunning and you have inspired me to start collecting Spellbinders Dies! Just ordered some of the Edgeabilities from C&C today (joined the Club too!) and can't wait to start! Take care, Heidi x

Buttons said...

Yeehah!! Got my set of Christmas stamps in the post today! Love 'em - thank you so much.
Always love your bauble design cards.
Hugs, Buttons x

Christine B. said...

Sue what a stunning card I love the baubles. Hugs x ChrisB

Vee Cassidy said...

Dear Sue I adore burgandy and I adore velvet so I love this and the cream leaves mixed in are a stroke of genius - very beautiful. Vee xx

Debby Berry said...

Outstanding!!

SUZYD said...

ABSOLUTELY STUNNING CARD,LOVE IT.
SUZYD X

May said...

Sue this is breathtaking... Gorgeous creation.. love it.. Hugs May x x x

lilygee said...

Fantastic creation Sue - so rich
lovelilygee xxx

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. Just caught this one in time. What an amazing card. Very victorian in feel with the velvet and burgundy colour, and yet right up to the minute in design. A real winner. xx

Heather said...

Hi Sue
This card is very unusual I really like it! Love the rich colour that you have used.

Crafty Hugs
Heather Rogers xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, this card is a real wow, the burgundy looks very luxurious stunning.

Edwina

lorraine (classylady) said...

STUNNNNNNNING.....
absolutely gorgeous, we all have poetic licence when making things, love the colour combination.

regards
lorraine - scotland
xxx

Barney Bear said...

My favorite colour! I just love this card Sue......thank you for sharing it.

Vie Carter said...

If you were to receive a card like this it would take pride of place on your mantlepiece

Simply beautiful

Vie
x

Claveh said...

This is super Sue, I love it! Love the colours, the elegance, I just love it. Thank you. xxx

Planetsusie said...

This is such a beautiful card Sue - love the colours and the 'white' leaves look super. I just love all of this one.

Hugs Sue Pass xx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Sue, this card is absolutely stunning - I just love it!! Love Sam xxx

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Absolutely Stunning!!!

I love everything about it, it's Gorgeous!

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Elizabeth said...

Absolutely stunning - the velvet paper is fabulous and I just love the trail of poinsettias. Elizabeth x

lynda said...

what A BEAUTIFUL card love it definatley ha the WOW factor thanks Sue as always love Lynda

Helen O said...

I'm not sure if I've already posted on this one! But I have to say it is so stunning, I even like the traditional colours, totally gorgeous Sue thank you Helen O xxx

Debbie Tinks said...

lovely card sue must try

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
can hear the choir again this card sings loudly. You can never make too lush for Christmas. Great job.
born again spellbinder
~Nadine xxx hug

jennywren1947 said...

so lovely like every bit of it
hugs chris x

Deborah said...

Hi Sue...a luxurious looking card with the velvet...burgundy is such a lush color too.
Take care Deborah :)

marg0006 said...

Wow, love how you layed the flowers. Lovely.

marg0006 at verizon dot net

StampnInkLady said...

Hi Sue, i am so excited that I found you. Just signed to Follow you bothon Google & E-mail. I just love this card. I have tons of velvet paper in all colors and the bauble dies. Now I have to buy the Poinsettia dies! Thank you bunches for sharing this gorgeous creation, inspiring and enabling me! Happy Stamping! Lori aka Stampninklady.blogspot.com
stamper572000@yahoo.com

ajesusgirl said...

Sue, you are SO creative. What a beautiful card and different from a lot that I see out this year. The poinsettias turned out wonderful. Keep up the beautiful work!
Melinda

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