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Stampin’ Up! Ready for Christmas Staircase #3 – Stair Step Cards

Published by under cards | Aug 20 2017

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com

 

Recently I’ve been sharing some of my favourite projects featuring Stampin’ Up’s new Ready for Christmas bundle of products which are available NOW to Stampin’ Up! demonstrators, and will be available from the 1st of September 2017 to customers. The bundle is made up of the 20 piece Ready for Christmas stamp set, and 20 piece Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Yes, 40 pieces!

Tip: Get yours now by joining Stampin’ Up!. More info HERE.

 

 

Today’s cards revisit the good ol’ stair step card layout (aka side step cards). I’ve had a few questions about how they were made after sharing a picture over on my Facebook page, so I’m back today with all the measurements and everything you need to know to recreate these cards.

 

But first, a closer look at the 3 cards.

 

 

Whisper White Stair Step Card

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com

This is the simplest of the 3 cards, and is made with a Thick Whisper White Cardstock base with sentiments stamped in Cherry Cobbler ink.

The tree and gifts are stamped, die cut and coloured, then added to the first ‘step’ of the stair step card.

Next we cut the staircase using the detailed staircase framelit, which is adhered to the back ‘step’.

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com

 

The side table and santa’s cookies, plus our cute little dachshund dog, embellish the front.

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com

 

Speaking of that cute little dog, here’s a tip for watercolouring him: try using the gorgeous clear Wink of Stella glitter brush to apply the inks.

You can learn more about that technique in this post.

The Wink of Stella mixes with the ink to create an amazing shimmery image and I find the ink blends sooooo beautifully using this method. It’s such an amazing look but it’s definitely not easy to photograph, so you’ll have to give it a go and you’ll see what I mean. It’s stunning in real life.

 

Watercolouring with Wink of Stella and Stampin' Up! ink pads. Daschund dog stamp from Ready for Christmas stamp set - available in the 2017 Holiday Catalogue.

 

Cherry Cobbler Stair Step Card

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

This card is similar, but with a Cherry Cobbler cardstock base and the addition of panels of Be Merry Designer Series Paper (and just a little strip of Wood Textures paper for the flooring).

I shuffled around the order of the staircase, tree and table too, just to change things up a bit.

 

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

 

Garden Green Stair Step Card

 

Our next card uses Garden Green cardstock as the base, and again shuffled around the order of the staircase and tree.

The stamped tree image is filled out with the addition of die-cut branches. Six of the large branches match up perfectly with the stamped image underneath.

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

I love this little side table. Stay tuned for a project I’m sharing soon which shows how the legs are the perfect base of an ‘artificial’ Christmas tree.

Turn it upside down, and I’m sure it could pass as a candle holder too!

Oh the ideas are endless.

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

 

The little stockings are a cute addition, and I’m very glad I didn’t have to fussy cut all of these out.

 

Stampin' Up! Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase thinlits dies. Measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

 

How to make the Stair Step Cards using A4 and Letter size cardstock

 

Using A4 Cardstock (21cm x 29.8cm):

  1. Cut cardstock in half, giving you an A5 sized panel. I trimmed mine down slightly so it was a nice and even 21cm x 14.5cm (i.e. cut 3mm off one side). This will make it easier if you decide to add DSP panels because you won’t have to deal with 2mm or 3mm in your measurements.
  2. Using your paper trimmer, cut a 13.5cm line approx 6cm inside from the left side of the cardstock. Start 2.5cm from the top and cut down until 16cm. You’ll need to lift the ruler of the trimmer at the start and end, to avoid cutting the piece off. Note: I say “approx 6cm” because really this measurement will change depending on how wide you want the flat part of your stair step card to be.
  3. Score the wider side at 2.5cm, 5cm, 8cm, 11cm and 16cm. The first and last score lines should meet the two ends of your cut lines. Score the narrow side of the cut line at 10.5cm.
  4. Fold the sore lines in alternating mountain and valley folds. Fold the other score line as a mountain fold.

Need to see it? I shared these projects recently at the Stampin’ Up! incentive trip in Thailand, and drew THIS rough diagram for a fellow demonstrator. lol Don’t mind the note paper it was written on. Hope it helps!

 

Using US Letter sized cardstock (8 ½” x 11″):

  1. Cut cardstock in half, giving you a 5 ½” x 8 ½”  sized panel. Score the long side at 4 ¼.
  2. Using your paper trimmer, cut a 5  3 / 8″  line approx 2 ½” inside from the left side of the cardstock. Start 1″ in from the edge and cut down until 6 3 / 8 “. You’ll need to lift the ruler of the trimmer at the start and end, to avoid cutting the piece off. Note: I say “approx 2 ½” because really this measurement will change depending on how wide you want the flat part of your stair step card to be.
  3. Score the wider side at 1″, 2″, 3 1 / 8, 4 ¼ and 6 3 / 8″. The first and last score lines should meet the two ends of your cut lines.
  4. Fold the sore lines in alternating mountain and valley folds. Fold the other score line as a mountain fold.

Need to see it? I shared these projects recently at the Stampin’ Up! incentive trip in Thailand, and drew THIS rough diagram for a fellow demonstrator. lol Again, don’t mind the note paper it was written on. Hope it helps!

 

There are some great YouTube videos on this fold type, so if these written instructions don’t make sense then I’m sure you’ll have no trouble following one of the many videos.

 

Stampin' Up!'s Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase framelits. Stair step cards with measurements at www.simonebartrum.com.

 

Would you like to see some more projects using this gorgeous Ready for Christmas bundle?

Check out post #1 here and post #2 here.

So what do you think? Are you ready to give them a try? Let me know by leaving a comment below if that all makes sense. And definitely let me know if you’re planning to make these cute little fancy fold cards for yourself. They are so much fun!

 

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

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CI 15: Colour Inkspiration meets Celebration Time

Published by under cards | Aug 09 2017

CI15: Colour INKspiration challenge

 

How is this for a powerful colour combination?!

It’s been far too long since I joined in a colour challenge, and there’s no way I could resist this colourful image. Colourful = full of colour!

 

Colour Inkspiration CI15

 

The first thing I did was grab my inks and cardstock and embellishments in the colours of the week: Elegant Eggplant, Bermuda Bay, Lemon Lime Twist and Pool Party.

The colour nearly exploded off my desk and looked so bright and fun.

 

CI15 Colour challenge

 

It reminded me of parties and celebration, which was all the excuse I needed to crack open my new Celebration Time stamps and Celebration Thinlits dies.
(Tip: These coordinating products are available in a bundle for 10% off!)

 

And this is what I ended up with:

WooHoo Card by Simone Bartrum, part of the CI15 Colour Inkspiration Challenge

 

Celebration Time

There are some very fun thinlits in this bundle, and there is definitely more to it than meets the eye.

 

Celebration Time bundle, by Stampin' Up!

 

The tag thinlits in particular are very clever.

There are different dies that layer together to build a tag. A solid base layer, a striped layer, a cutout upper layer, and a small piece that can go on top.

 

Tag thinlits from the Celebration Thinlits Dies

Here’s a better view of the cut out layout. Above, after die cutting.

And below, after popping the pieces out.

 

Tag thinlits from the Celebration Thinlits Dies

 

Using a combination of stamped images, or even just coloured cardstock, you can layer them to create any combination of different looks.

 

There are also a couple of adorable little flower thinlits.

Little flower thinlits from the Celebration Thinlits Dies

 

The petals are cut apart which makes it soooo easy to create 3 dimensional flowers, as shown below.

 

Little flowers made using die cut cardstock in Lemon Lime Twist, Pool Party, Elegant Eggplant and Bermuda Bay. Part of the Colour Inspiration Colour Challenge.

 

Have these colours inspired you to play along? After you’ve finished our blog hop today, we’d love you to create your own project using this colour palette.

 

WooHoo Card by Simone Bartrum, part of the CI15 Colour Inkspiration Challenge

 

 

Don’t forget to share your creations on our Colour INKspiration Challenges Facebook group.

Next on the hop is Patrice from Spring Blossom Musings. Have fun checking out all the other projects created by the talented Colour Inkspiration Crew.

 

 

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

 

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Stampin’ Up! A Little Wild stamp set & Little Loves framelits

Published by under cards | Aug 06 2017

 

 

Hi friends,

This week the CASEing the Catty crew looks at pages 102-111 of the Stampin’ Up! annual catalogue – the babies and kids section.

Perfect timing for me, because just last week I got a delivery of new stamps, including this fabulous bundle which appears on page 108.

 

Stampin' Up!'s A Little Wild bundle. Available in Australia at http://bit.ly/BuySU

 

And this is what I came up with:

CTC 140: Stampin' Up!'s A Little Wild

 

As you can see, I modelled it pretty closely to the card in the catalogue but just switched out the animals and colours.

 

 

Stampin' Up! 'A Little Wild' bundle. www.simonebartrum.com

These stamps are so adorable! They come with the front and back view of the bear, lion and elephant, so that you can make reversible tags. So clever!

Of course, you can use them like regular stamps by applying ink to the front of the animal as I did here.

 

Stampin' Up!'s 'A Little Wild' stamp set. Card by Simone Bartrum

 

 

 

The mini sequin trim is one of my favourite new additions to the product offering this year.

I thought I’d really miss the larger sequins when they retired, but these mini ones are even better.

 

 

Stampin' Up!'s A Little Wild stamp set. www.simonebartrum.com

 

 

 

Must admit, since I’ve discovered watercolouring with Wink of Stella, outline images like these really interest me. The glimmery fluid in the Stella blends the inks beautifully, and it just goes on as a smooth as silk.

Have you tried this technique?

 


 

3 Steps to Watercolouring with Wink of Stella

  1. Press on the lid of a closed Stampin’ Up! ink pad. Some of the ink will transfer to the lid, to become your ‘palette’.
  2. Dip the Wink of Stella brush in the lid of the ink pad, to pick up some of the ink.
  3. Watercolour by swirling the brush in small circles on your stamped image. Where you first drop the brush will be the darkest, so keep in mind where you want the light and dark spots to be. I find it easiest to imagine a light shining overhead on one side and that tells me where the shadows or lighter spots should go. The more you colour and swirl, the lighter it becomes until it’s time to pick up some more ink.

 

Watercolouring with Wink of Stella glimmer brush. From www.simonebartrum.com

 

 


 

Although I didn’t use the dies to cut out our cutie patootie bear, I did use the leafy vine die for the background.

We cut out 5 vines and adhered them to create an interesting tone-on-tone  background.

 

 

This is a great die that will no doubt come in handy for many other projects.

 

Stampin' Up!s 'A Little Wild' bundle of stamps and framelits.

 

 

So there you have it for me this week. Next stop on the hop is Monica who is sharing a fabulous project for us.

 


Click here to go to the next blog in this week's hop

 

Are you going to play along in this week’s challenge? Check it all out on our challenge site HERE.

 

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

 

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New Product Release for August: Stampin’ Up! Carols for Christmas

Published by under cards | Aug 02 2017

Carols for Christmas - new Stampin' Up! bundle of stamps and coordinating framelits available from August 2017. Available in Australia from http://bit.ly/CarolsOfChristmas

During the month of August, Stampin’ Up! have given us early access to one of our top-trending bundles from the upcoming holiday catalogue: Carols for Christmas!

And if you earnt Bonus Days coupons in July, then you can use them on Carols of Christmas in August! Nice timing.

 

Visit online store

 

Carols for Christmas - new Stampin' Up! bundle of stamps and coordinating framelits available from August 2017. Available in Australia from http://bit.ly/CarolsOfChristmas

 

Begin your Christmas card making early with these gorgeous Christmas ornaments, trees, and cheerful phrases.

 

Carols for Christmas - new Stampin' Up! bundle of stamps and coordinating framelits available from August 2017. Available in Australia from http://bit.ly/CarolsOfChristmas

 

Carols of Christmas stamp set

Large focal sentiments are perfect for quick and easy cards, or step it up by embossing them in gold, silver or copper embossing powder. The dies quickly cut out peaceful scenery images.

The Carols of Christmas stamp set includes 13 rubber stamps (available in wood or clear mount). The suggested clear blocks are a, d, g and h.

 

Carols for Christmas - new Stampin' Up! bundle of stamps and coordinating framelits available from August 2017. Available in Australia from http://bit.ly/CarolsOfChristmas

 

Bundle and save! Get these two coordinating products at the same time and save 10%.

Download the flyer here

 

Carols for Christmas - new Stampin' Up! bundle of stamps and coordinating framelits available from August 2017. Available in Australia from http://bit.ly/CarolsOfChristmas

 

Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies

The Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies are – I think – the best part of all. Not only can you cut out stamped images but they also creates the most fabulous border as you can see in the card above.

Depending on the calibration of your Big Shot, you may need to use the Big Shot Precision Base Plate. See how you go.

There are 11 dies in the set, and the largest image is just roughly 10cm x 5cm.

Check out this video to see it all in action.

 

 

In Australia? Shop for your Carols of Christmas products here.

 

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

 

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Ready For Christmas Staircase bundle by Stampin’ Up! #2

Published by under cards | Jul 29 2017

Stampin' Up! staircase: Christmas Staircase Thinlits dies (www.simonebartrum.com)

I suppose to some people it would seem strange to be talking about Christmas when it’s only July. But as crafters, we need to get organised early so we are all set for a relaxed December. Am I right?

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready for Christmas Staircase bundle - Available in the 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue from 1st September. Or if you're a demonstrator you can get from 1st of August 2017!

In just a couple of days, Stampin’ Up! demonstrators can order from the upcoming 2017 Holiday Catalogue, so Christmas is on our minds (and for some parts of the world, it’s all about Halloween and even Thanksgiving too). Would you like a copy of the new catalogue? I can send them out to anywhere in Australia and would be happy to help you with your stamping and cardmaking needs. Current customers will get theirs in the next few weeks, but if you’d like one just message me and we can get it organised.

 

In my last post I shared our first sneak peek of a brand new product from the 2017 Holiday Catalogue by Stampin’ Up!. A fabulous bundle called Ready for Christmas which features an adorable staircase, a detailed tree with matching branches and lots of extras. Yes, even the cutest little dog that looks a lot like a daschund!

Here’s that project again, but you can see more pictures of it here.

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready for Christmas staircase stamp set and framelit bundle (www.simonebartrum.com)

For a bigger view any of these projects, just click on the photo.

 

Well today’s share focuses on the staircase thinlits a bit more, and I’ve got some handy tips to help you with it too.

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready for Christmas Staircase bundle - Available in the 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue from 1st September. Or if you're a demonstrator you can get from 1st of August 2017!

These oversized cards are 14cm square (5 ½”) and they show just versatile the staircase die really is.

It can be made to look like steps outside the building (you know, like leading up to an apartment) as in the card on the left, or an inside staircase leading to an upper floor in a building, as shown on the right.

 

But the best thing about this die…

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Christmas Staircase Thinlits dies and coordinating Ready for Christmas stamp set

 

It embosses as well as cuts!

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Christmas Staircase Thinlits dies and coordinating Ready for Christmas stamp set

 

Look at the fabulous panelling under the stairs, which shows up better on this silver foil sheet.

The staircase stamp has a different look and will be awesome for watercolouring. But this die can be used on its own. Just a quick run through the Big Shot for a perfectly detailed staircase. Too easy.

Tip: You can also tell that the staircase stamp and framelit are not designed to work together because in the catalogue there’s no shading around the stamp image. That’s a quick way to know what dies coordinate with the image. It’s fabulous that we end up with different looking staircases from the one bundle.

 

And I have to say, someone really needs to make Harry Potter’s little room under the stairs. How adorable would that look?! Let me know if you make one.

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Christmas Staircase Thinlits dies and coordinating Ready for Christmas stamp set

 

For this card we’ve paired the Christmas Staircase framelits with the Hearth & Home window dies again. Oh they are a match made in heaven. If you already have Hearth & Home you seriously need to order these staircase dies! If not, and you’re in Australia you can get that set here and I’ll even throw in some tutorials on how to make these projects.

 

The new Ready for Christmas bundle is available from the 1st of August for Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. Are you in Australia but not with Stampin’ Up yet!? Join to access all demonstrator perks like early access to new products.

For everyone else, you can order this bundle from the 1st of September when the new catalogue goes live. Can’t wait!

 

9 tips to make this card:

 

 

Would you like some more sneak peeks? Leave a comment and let me know if you’d like to see more! I have a whole stack of projects here using this adorable bundle. xxx

 

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

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Ready for Christmas Staircase Bundle #1

Published by under cards | Jul 28 2017

 

One of the perks of going on the Thailand Incentive Trip with Stampin’ Up! is that we have permission to share some sneak peeks of new catalogue products with you.

We were so spoilt with many, many products from the upcoming Holiday Catalogue.

 

Do you remember that gorgeous bag I showed you on the trip highlights post? The one we got as a pillow gift?

Stampin' Up! Thailand Incentive Trip - pillow gift Travel Bag

Well, look what I’ve been storing inside it….

Squeeal!!!! Stampin’ Up! are sooooo generous.

These are just some of the gifts we received in Thailand, and I can’t wait to create with this lot at workshops and classes from September.

Now, there’s still ONE whole month until the Holiday (Christmas) catalogue goes live, on September 1st 2017, so I’m not going to show it all just yet… 

However, I do have a fun project to share with you today.

In fact it’s one from the presentation I did at the Share Fair in Thailand.

This was a card I had on display, and it’s a mix of old and new products.

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

The window frame may look familiar – it’s from the Hearth & Home Thinlits Dies. And trust me, if you don’t already have those dies, you’ll definitely want to order them now!

And you may recognise the Brick Wall embossing folder.

 

Can you notice any new products in there?

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

This card is a modified version of the ‘double front card’ layout, with a couple of flip-up layers.

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

 

Here’s the first layer we could see behind the ‘window’…

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

 

And this layer lifts up too, to reveal another layer….

Oh my! That staircase!

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

 

I’m loving those pine boughs too. Do you want to know something really cool?

Six of those pine boughs fit perfectly over the stamped image of the Christmas tree. As in, they are an EXACT match!

Three on the bottom, two in the middle row, and one pointing straight up for the point of the tree.

No need to fuss around trying to get the branches into a lovely tree shape. Just stamp the tree image, then stick the boughs over the top.

Coordination at its finest, and oh so clever.

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas bundle meets Hearth & Home bundle, to create an adorable double front card. From www.simonebartrum.com. Stampin' Up! 2017 Holiday Catalogue Sneak Peek.

 

This is the fabulous 20 piece Ready For Christmas stamp set and 20 piece Christmas Staircase thinlits, and it was my absolute joy to create with it in the weeks leading up to the Thailand Incentive Trip.

Christmas Staircase framelit dies. Includes 3 leaf dies and 2 branch dies, to reduce your operating time on the Big Shot.

 

Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready For Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase framelit dies. Simone Bartrum's display for the Thailand Incentive Trip - Share Fair presentation.

 

I have loads more projects, hints & tips to share with you over the weeks and months ahead, especially to do with the staircase part of this set. So make sure you don’t miss out on any of it! The best way? Follow me on Facebook or subscribe to my blog posts. There’s a spot over in the sidebar of my blog where you can sign up for email notifications of new posts.

[Edited: You can now see more projects with this bundle here and here]

 

However, this is a good chance for me to remind you that if you would like to get your hands on Christmas products EARLY then now is the perfect time to get the starter kit and join my beautiful team of crafters.

Are you in Australia?  Join Stampin’ Up! for only AUD$169 and get $350+ worth of products (plus catalogues and other cool stuff) AND you can see the Christmas catalogue online *T*O*D*A*Y* (Gasp! You really can!)

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Why join the EurekaStampers?
I’ve been a demonstrator for nearly 10 years, have recently earned my 9th Incentive Trip, and helped others in my team earn many trips too. But more importantly, as a full-time demonstrator and team leader of the EurekaStampers, I love what I do and am here to help you do the same – whenever and however you need it. I look forward to welcoming you to our caring, thoughtful team, with members right across Australia who simply love to make cards and other paper crafting projects. We aren’t necessarily out to change the world, although in our own way we have certainly done that. I see it everyday. We make a difference when we send a card to someone whose day needs brightening; we make a difference when we show someone how to stamp for their first time; we make a difference when we start a business from nothing and make it something. You don’t have to be wildly outgoing; you simply need to love what you do. As for the rest? I can help you with that. And if you just want to make the most of the awesome discount, well you can do that too.
More info about joining in Australia -> Click here
Ready to join and then go look at the Christmas catalogue? CLICK HERE

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Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase Thinlits dies (available as a bundle in the 2017 Stampin' Up! holiday catalogue), meet Hearth & Home dies.

 

 

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Happy stamping,

Simone Bartrum, Stampin' Up! demonstrator Australia, Victoria

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Stampin' Up! staircase: Ready for Christmas stamp set and Christmas Staircase framelits dies (more samples at www.simonebartrum.com)

 

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