Monday, June 30, 2008

Hanna Sneak Peek: Patio (mini), Lazy Days

This is the new release for Hanna called Patio (mini set) and Lazy Days. Todd and I are doing a great summer project.....a patio. And being the smart people we are, we know our limitations, so we hired a friend from High School who does this for a living to help us out. He is putting up a patio and grill area. It should be "slick" (those were his words). Our patio should be complete by the 4th of July! It has been an amazing transformation from a wood step to a nice stone patio. I used these sets to make him a card, because quite frankly, HE ROCKS! The stone background (lazy days) is done with the Chalk Pouncing technique (see here). I smeared the white background with orange chalk, then pounced with a deeper orange. The main image is from Patio. It is a cute potted plant. I stamped it once on the 2x2 square, then two more times on a piece of scrap white. I colored with copics and trimmed the leaves and layered them with dimensionals. I stamped the vase on designer paper and trimmed that and placed the pot right on the 2x2 without dimensionals. I colored the edge of the pot with a sakura orange stardust pen. You Rock sentiment from Things Hanna Would Say. The scalloped square was punched with a marvy punch and the ribbon is May Arts (Starlitstudio).


Stamps: Things Hanna Would Say, Lazy Days, Patio (mini)
ink: versamark, black
paper: only orange, whisper white (su)
misc: marvy punch, mayarts ribbon (starlitstudio), sakura orange stardust, copics, dimensionals, chalk

Reach for the stars!

Here is a card I made for the SCS challenge TLC175 - Chalk Pouncing. I used red chalk then stamped with the versamark on the background and pounced with blue and red. Pretty fun technique! I used a strip of cuttle bugged paper (red) with the distressed stripes folder. I used a blue tag (round) and a white circle. I chalked the tag with blue chalk then embossed and pounced with the blue. I used sakura stardust on the main firework! Reach for the stars sentiment on white paper with real red ink (Things Hanna Would Say). The firework is from Patriotic Hanna. The sentiment is punched with the word window punch. Edges of the real red are distressed with my bone folder. The tag is on dimensionals. There are some really cute May Arts ribbons atop the tag (starlitstudio).
For more details on chalk pouncing, click here
Have a great holiday week! Stay tuned for some sneak peeks for this week's Hanna Releases!

Stamps: Patriotic Hanna & Things Hanna would say (Hanna Stamps!)
paper: whisper white, brilliant blue (tag), real red (SU!)
ink: versamark, real red
misc: ribbon, dimensionals, chalk (prismacolor), sakura stardust, bone folder
technique: chalk pouncing

Sunday, June 29, 2008

FS73: Chelemom

I have known Michele for a LONG time now. I did her blog banner over a year ago. I loved her work then, but it took awhile for that lightbulb to go off and for me to think .... this girl needs to be featured.....

Here is the card which she made:

I changed patterned paper to this really kewl pattern from my MME/WA pack. I kept the scalloped bottom (I used my corner rounder, looks like Michelle may have used some small scalloped scissors). I also kept the baubles. I changed main images and used Sophie G. knits....I was going to hand write "Knit Happens" but I didn't know if it would be would be funny, but seriously, who would you send that too? This one is made with the new Riley & Sophie G. sayings set "Things Riley would say"....I am going to give this to my husband! :) I don't do Moosework! HA!

  • scalloped bottom was done with my corner rounder - baubles adhered with quickie gel pen
  • orange sakura stardust was used on each scalloped part of the main image
  • sakura clear stardust was used on the knitting needles
  • main image raised on dimensionals
  • guava layer was run through my swiss dots folder
  • main image was paper pieced (shirt) with a piece of the MME/WA designer paper

Play along with this week's Featured Stamper Challenge on SCS. Put a link to your card in the comments section of my blog and I will pick a random comment to win a watermark!

Happy Stamping......


stamps: riley knits, things Riley would say
paper: whisper white, guava, MME/WA
ink: black, copics
Misc: CB swiss dots, sakura clear & orange stardust, baubles, corner rounder, ribbon, quickie glue pen, dimensionals, scalloped circle punch,

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Blogging FAQ: banner sizing and backgrounds

Some people are not sure what size blog banner or header they would like for their blog. The rule of thumb for Typepad users is generally 670 pixels wide for a two column layout and 870 pixels wide for a three column layout.

For the 2 column layout - your main column is 500 px wide and you have a 200 px sidebar, so with the "padding", you would go with 670 px to get the blog banner to appear centered.
For a 3 column template, the main column is 500 px, the two side columns are 200 px wide each, and with the padding, that adds up to a 870 px wide layout for perfect centering of your new header.

Blogger varies as well, depending on the template. I can tell you that I used a minima white three column template (which I have the coding for) and I tweaked the size of my header html. I was able to upload a 900px banner to my blog . I removed the border around the header and removed the border around the photos (so that there wasn't a border around my signature).

I am going to be fooling around in the next few weeks with backgrounds, because this is a service that people have been asking me for. I personally like the white background on my blog because it is not distracting to the photographs. Obviously each blog is different and you want to customize your blog to your personal preference, so I will soon be offering custom backgrounds. If you are interested in changing the color of your background right now to the color of a part of your banner, please let me know and I will provide you with the hex code of the exact color in your banner. I have created a sample blog for you to view HERE to see what the background would look like - it can be the designer background (shown) with a solid color posting area and sidebar. This service is $15 plus it would need to be uploaded to blogger for you (since there is extensive HTML code modification). I am going to familiarize myself more with Typepad and offer it there as well.

Questions or comments? As them here!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

On the first day of Christmas in June.....

my true love said to me.....Stop by Kitchen Sink Stamps for their 15% off sale....Just kidding!
Here is a simple card I created for the Christmas in June sale. I used Playful Christmas.

I started with a single piece of textured wasabi (4.25x5.5). I took a standard A-2 enveloped and folded it in half. The images were stamped on the envelope, the back part attached to a piece of real red cardstock. Prior to attaching, I used the slit punch to create a notch to hold the envelope closed.

I put a celery brad inside the slit semi circle. I placed a gold button atop the largest tree with a dimensional and used some Amuse Card Candy (red) atop the two small trees.

Here is the card opened. You can stamp on the inside of the envelope as well. I used certainly celery, real red and wasabi ink for the card.

This is the gift card holder opened. Just tuck in a small gift card (Starbucks, Borders) and give to your favorite teacher, bus driver, Blog banner creator (LOL).

stamps: Kitchen Sink Stamps {playful Christmas}
paper: wasabi textured, real red
ink: celery, wasabi, real red
misc: celery brad, slit punch, ribbon (mayarts/starlitstudio), button, amuse card candy (red), dimentionals, envelope (A2)

Blog Banner: Wishin' I Was Stampin'

Kelly was looking for a new header and fell in love with some Crate Paper on the Eclectic Paperie site. She sent me a link to the colors she liked and I created this fun paper (based on the Blue Hill collection. I was able to create a "little" something for Kelly! I used a play on words for her subtitle (her last name is Little). What do you think?
click on the banner to see Kelly's blog

Christmas in June....

Are you ready for the snow to fly, have you decorated your tree, hung up your stocking? What are you waiting for? It's CHRISTMAS IN JUNE!!! Okay, it may not be the yuletide festival we are used to, but look over at Kitchen Sink Stamps today!! Maria has put the following holiday stamps on sale:

3 Step Holly & Mistletoe
Playful Christmas
Snow Flurry

For three days, June 25-28, these three sets will be 15% off!

It's a great time to get thinking about your holiday cards......

I will post my Christmas in June card later today!

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The end is in sight!!!

The school year is nearly complete. Can you imagine the whirlwind of end of year things that we go through in this house. Birthdays (Todd), Class field trips, picnics, rights of passage. These past few weeks were amazingly fun!

Here is Bella this morning. This was her last day of Kindergarten. What an amazing year she had - the most wonderful teacher, great friends, awesome class! She has grown so much in the past school year. I am so proud of her! (holding a handmade card for her bus driver)

The only downside to this week was Xavier's horrible haircut He was given a trim last weekend and it was completely uneven in the front. Tasia took him to the barber to have them trim it up on top (high and tight) and they completely buzzed off the entire top of his head. He got so upset "My hair isn't red anymore!" Well buddy, it's just not there! It's still red! He is such a ham. He found an American Girl Doll crown and put it on his little peach fuzz and posed for me! I don't know if he was more upset that he got a bad buzz or they didn't give him a lollipop!

Here is Victoria (aka Little Mama) with Genevieve at the park (at the second grade picnic). Victoria and her bestest friends took turns holding Genevieve. She is the only girl to have a little sister (little enough to hold), so they were all ga-ga over holding Genni at the park.

Karen went to NYC with Todd last week. They had beautiful weather as they rode The Beast in the harbor. Here she is next to Lady Liberty! She and Todd also went to the Central Park Zoo (a great hour and a half tour) if you want to go somewhere FUN and inexpensive in the city. Karen adored the big fat polar bear!

Sophie enjoyed going on the swings at the MANY picnics we have attended in the past few weeks. Here she is flying high at the 2nd Grade picnic last week. She really enjoyed the water balloon toss with her brother. She is now learning to PUMP! Woohoo!

Enjoy every moment! They grow up so fast.

{clinks glass of ice water}


Watermarks: Here is a great question....

Lisa asked:
what do you do if you make a card using more than one manufacturer's stamps? (The card contains both PTI and SU images) What would you do with the watermark? Is it acceptable to have your watermark say "designed by Mary Smith" and then include specifics in your "recipe"?

First of all, I honestly believe that watermarks are your own personal preference. I am not sure of all the legal mumbo jumbo because I would really hope that companies like Stampin' Up! and Close To My Heart have more important things to do than police Demo's blogs. If I am creating something, I upload the watermark of the stamp company I am working with. I am a SU! demo, so if I create a card that is SU!, I use my SU! watermark. When I do design work for Hanna or Kitchen Sink Stamps, I use the watermarks I created for those companies. I mainly stamp exclusively with one stamp company per card for my design work. There are occasions when I do create a card with (for example) A Riley or Sophie G stamp and I utilize a sentiment from Papertrey or Stampin' Up! For that, I usually use the watermark for the main image (in this case the Riley/Sophie G - so I use my Hanna watermark).

If you are a demo and representing a company, like Stampin' Up!, I would recommend using the Stampin' Up! watermark, but get the phrasing (Some Images © Stampin' Up!)....

If you are a designer for a particular stamp company, check with the owner of the company and see what their requirements are , if any.

I can create a watermark and just change the wording on the second line, so you have one for each company you utilize in your papercrafting.

On SCS, there used to be a default "watermark" for copyright purposes on the bottom of the gallery photo. I just double checked and it doesn't look like that feature is there any longer. That watermark will not prevent someone from right clicking (ctrl+click for mac) on your photo and saving it, then uploading it to their blog/etsy site/ebay - for a claim as their own. I haven't heard of anyone ever taking a photo and uploading it as a contest entry, but quite frankly, in this day and age, nothing would surprise me. The watermark you desire can be placed on your JPG photo in any location.

Be sure to put your watermark on your project where someone couldn't easily crop the photo and remove your watermark. Place it so that if someone was to grab your photo, they couldn't chop it off without making it obviously cropped/losing part of the project.

What color watermarks should I get?

Again, this is personal preference. If I were to recommend a color, it would have to be transparent. This is the most versatile of all the colors because it protects your work without distracting from your beautiful project. Any other color is really up to you. I think my favorite "second" color is white. (you thought I was going to say blue).... You can choose any color under the sun and I can try and match Stampin' Up! © colors with the hex codes I have on file.

There are so many fonts, how can I choose?

You have to choose your fonts! I have my favorites and the look I love is something elegant and scripty for the name and a plain typeset font for the blog url and copyright information. You want people to be able to read your name and blog, right? Sometimes the scripty fonts are really difficult to read, so keep that in mind when making your selection.

Can I mix and match colors?

Absolutely! I can easily use as many colors as you would like on your watermark. You can have your wording in one color and the graphics in another. Just remember, you want people looking at your project, not your watermark. It's there for protection!

Any additional questions or comments? Please email me or comment on this thread and I will do my best to answer things....

Monday, June 23, 2008

Blog Banners:

When I first started designing blog banners, it was really difficult to upload them into blogger. You had to go in and change around the HTML and upload the photo, link it up to the header, delete widgets. Now, it is EASY PEASY! I send you the completed banner, you upload it right to the blog.  Please let me know if you do not feel comfortable uploading your banner and I will be more than happy to help you place it correctly on your banner. 

Your blog's background color can be changed to coordinate with your blog banner, just tell me which color from your banner you would like to use and I will give you the HEX code of that color so you can modify your blog banner. I can also do this service for you if you. 
Many people come to the design process with no idea of what they want to do, others come knowing exactly what they want their banner to look like. 

It is really easy for me to work with you when you are able to give me: 
 1. a blog sample which you admire (I have several on the old design blog HERE.
2. a patterned paper which you really like (stop by your favorite online store like EclecticPaperie and send me the link to the paper you like. With a combination of digital brushes and design savy - I can create the look of most patterned papers. It's a fun look.
3.  Font and Graphic selections and color selections for each. I can try and match most Stampin' Up! © colors.  I have a wonderful selections of fonts for you to choose from - just send me an email at and I will send you the design element file.
4. Do you want you banner to float (like my banner at the top) or would you like it "boxed" in with a border? If you would like a border, what color would you like the border/s. Thick borders, Thin borders, Floral Border?
5. Do you have a photograph you would like to use for your header? Let me try and help you use that photograph so that it is resized and not distorted. 

As you can imagine, FreckledANDFun has been overwhelmed with responses and requests for banners and watermarks since the announcement of our move. I am thrilled and thankful that you have entrusted me with your design work. I will gladly help everyone out, and I hope to give you my undivided, personal service. It may be a little time before all the requests can be handled, but I will definitely make sure that your design work is given the utmost care and careful creation! 

I wanted to share Tammy's new blog banner with you: 
Tammy and I are on the Kitchen Sink Stamps Design Team together. She has an amazing style (and now an amazing banner to go with her blog). Stop by and see Stamp Happy Tammy!!

Sunday, June 22, 2008


So you want a watermark but you don't know if you can use one with your computer and photo editing software.

Here is a sample watermark for you to try - right click on the image to the left. (mac users ctrl+click)

Here are some little tidbits of information about watermarks....


A watermark is a transparent image saved as a PNG (Portable Network Graphic) which contains any mixture of text, graphics and copyright information. The PNG is a file which can be copied and pasted onto your digital photograph (.jpg file or scan) to protect your work. It is becoming more popular to share work in the Paper Crafting industry. The purpose of the watermark is to protect your image.


If you are using photo editing software to modify your digital photos or scans, you should easily be able to add a watermark to your work. Some photo editing software allows you to drag and drop your .png file (watermark) directly onto your photograph. Others allow you to copy and paste your file. Once you have received your file with the watermark, you open it using your photo editing software. At this time, you should also open the document which you would like to watermark. Once both the files are open, you can copy (ctrl-c) the watermark and paste (ctrl-v) the watermark onto your photograph. The watermark is a moveable file – so you should be able to move the transparent image exactly where you want it on your photograph. Save your file as a .jpg image and you have an image which is now embedded with a watermark.

Remember - if you are using PhotoShop Elements, make sure that the Auto Select Layer option is UNCHECKED! (upper left-hand corner of window)? If not - you may get a blocked image around your watermark.

If you are using Kodak Picture It: Here are the directions for you!


  • Open watermark with Picture IT
  • In Picture IT click on "Open another picture..."
    • Both watermark and card will display in the "tray" at the bottom of the screen.
  • Click on your card
  • Click and drag watermark over card in the display window
    • your watermark should be located over your card in the display window.
  • Move watermark into position.
  • Hold shift key down while clicking on both images (either in display window or "stack" at the right side of screen).
  • Group images together
  • Save as JPEG
  • Upload your newly watermarked card to your gallery or blog!

Watermark: Kathy K

Kathy contacted me for a watermark for her Stampin' Up! items. This is the design we thought would suit her style. What do you think? Watermark bundles are still only $10. Two colors (you pick the colors) and one design.

In a separate note, there was a posting on Splitcoast about someone taking photos of items off SCS to put up for sale in their ETSY store. The nerve of some people! {shakes head} Luckily the situation was resolved quickly and the harvested photographs were removed from the Etsy store. If you are an avid papercrafter or blogger, please take the time to watermark your creations. There are unethical people out there who have no problems taking photographs and claiming them as their own. If you would like a sample watermark to try with your own photo editing software, please contact me at

Saturday, June 21, 2008

FS72: Lost in the 60s

How did I find Diane? I cannot recall, but I saw one of her cards and my jaw dropped. "Where have you been?" I thought to myself. "Why have I not seen you before?" Well, probably because she was lost in the 60s. It's a big place the sixties....Heh! Heh!

My office is a disaster. I could get lost in there. Just ask Debbie. I tried to blame it on her, but Todd wouldn't believe me. Debbie was over tonight and we both chose (well, I forced her to choose Diane's green card here. It's not like I was twisting Debbie's arm. I did make her choose a color (she chose red). Course I took blue! HA! (I WIN!) Just kidding. So later on Sunday, check out Debbie's blog or gallery for her card! Debbie - put the link in my comments.

I took the card and decided to go a different route. Remember the messy office. I kept walking on the one little piece of rub on which was on my floor. It was a scrap left over from a frenzy of crafting. It kept sticking to my foot this evening, so I knew it was destiny to end up on this card. I used Wanted by Stampin' Up! to create the card. Bashful ink on bashful paper, with a little white craft ink thrown in (BAM - like Emeril). BAM! White ink! I had the strip of cuttle bugged paper (thanks Debbie) which Debbie and I split. It is my favorite Swiss Dots folder. Love that folder! I stamped right on the dots with bashful blue ink. Then I stamped the paisley on some scrap, trimmed it out and placed in on the card with dimensionals. I decided to eliminate the hodge podge hardware from the card and use baubles. Change it up baby! BAM! Baubles! How about that big ribbon? What do you think? I *LIKE* it! I like Big Ribbon. It's all Kristina Wernerish! Don't you think? Big ribbon, small sentiment!

So that is my card! I should call it BAM! Done! LOL!
Thanks for the inspiration Diane!

cardstock: SU! White and Bashful blue
ink: SU! White craft and bashful blue
stamp set: SU! Wanted
Misc: ribbon (mayarts/starlitstudio), baubles (stampin bella), dimensionals (SU)
ticket corner punch (SU), rub ons (SU), cuttlebug/swiss dots (

Thank YOU!!!

Wow! You guys sure know how to make a girl feel wonderful! Thank you for all your sweet comments - it really made me feel good about my decision to change over and start fresh. I chose to not name anyone here on this blog, although it took every ounce of my being to take this route. I know that we have all made a stupid choice at one point in our life and I am hoping that she now realizes that she made a poor choice. As a Christian, I have forgiven her for her behavior. I hope that she can see that what she did was wrong and that she needs to change her behavior. I am glad that this happened so that I can use it as a learning tool for my kids. It's a great example of what NOT to do when you are envious of someone! It also is a great lesson for my fellow stampers and bloggers. We all have to realize that there are people out there who get jealous and decide to make poor choices. If you are blogging and have established yourself in the blogging world or stamping world, please go out and spend a few dollars and buy your domain name. Even if you have no intention of using it in the next few months, you never know what could possibly happen in the future. It may save you some serious heartache!

I am also suggesting that you obtain the Etsy name so that you can coordinate everything all nicey nice! {grin}

Finally, Some fun stuff:

I got a "Shout Out" for Scrapbook Saturday over at Card of the

You can check out the original post at

Onwards and Upwards.....stamps and ink in hand!!!

Friday, June 20, 2008

There's A New Sheriff In Town!

I love this new Riley stamp from Hanna Stamps! Is he not the cutest? Xavier went through a cowboy phase and I loved when he was so into horses and cowboy hats. He had one of those ride on stick horses and he would gallop around the house with it between his legs. Today he was using it as a sword (what is it with boys and weapons?) and I asked him not to use it as a sword and he looked at me all innocent and cute, "Oh no Mommy, I am using it as a gun!" {gasp!} Well, this Riley isn't one to let the bad guys get away with anything! Stamped in archival black ink from Ranger and colored with copics, he is a fun little dude! See the cute arrow through his ten-gallon hat? I used the retired Cowboy Kid from Stampin' Up! to create the backgrounds (using the star and the paisley). I was so upset this set never made a catalog - but it is one I am holding onto! The sentiment is also from the set. What other fun sentiment can you come up with?

I popped up the main image with dimensionals. I also added the cute little tab with the star on it. I used a star punched piece of cardstock and a brad (colored with copics) to complete the design. White gel pen randomly on the real red strip too!
This was for several challenges over at the Hanna Stamps! PJ party
challenge 1. use the color of your bedroom {blue - check!}
challenge 2. use stars on your card {tag, stamped background, punch - check!}
challenge 3. use at least two punches on your card {three - two circle and a star - check!}

WOWZA! I hit the trifecta!!!
I was thinking of sending this to my friend Mish who was just selected to be on Papertrey Inks design team! Congrats Mish! Nichole Heady (my BFF) is a great judge of character and style! Mish is the new Sheriff in town!!!!

Giddy up!!!!
cardstock: real red, blue bayou, whisper white, basic black
ink: archival black, copics
misc: star tab (prima?), punches (circle, star), dimensionals, white gel pen, brad

Join Me Tonight....PJ Stamping!!!!

Join the Hanna Stamps! design team in the FORUM tonight for PJ stamping! It should be so much fun! I cannot wait to play along!

(I am already in my PJs - is that TMI {too much information} or what?)

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Welcome To Freckled And Fun

Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. Sometimes you need to start fresh and clean. This is one of those times in my life.

I was not planning to change my blogs and design work. I made a mistake by not going out and purchasing the domain names for and when I started blogging. I had no idea that when I started making blog banners and watermarks for friends, I would grow to love it. I had no idea that my blog would grow into a small business. I had no idea that I had to protect my name and the Freckled Fun name.

This past February, I inadvertently typed in and was directed to a fellow stamper's website. I was shocked. I typed in and was immediately sent to the same website. My shock turned to anger when I realized who owned this website. Not only was it a fellow stamper, it was someone whom I have known for years from a website which I frequently visit.

This individual had purchased those two domain names with bad faith. I do not use those terms lightly. Although I did not have the copyright on Freckled Fun, I did choose the name Freckled Fun and Freckled Fun Designs for my blogs and had established those names as part of my creative identity. Those names had been mine for about 2 years when this woman purchased the domain names. There was nothing freckled or fun about her blog. It was merely a competitor in the blog banner business. Shame on me for not getting the websites initially, but
SHAME ON HER for trying to deceive people into believing that her website was Freckled Fun. Shame on her for trying to lure people to her website using the Freckled Fun and Freckled Fun dot com name.

There is so much information on Cybersquatting and Bad Faith domain name registration online (just do a google search on those keywords). It is pretty boring stuff. Despite my lack of legal background, I could clearly read online that what this person did was completely wrong and unethical. I attempted to contact this individual via email, phone and mail. I received a short, rude response via email and decided that I either had to spend thousands of dollars to copyright my name or spend a lot of time changing my Freckled Identity. I chose the latter. Why spend needless hours engaging in a battle which I will never win. This person is clearly out to hurt me and I will not engage in this ridiculous game any longer.

So FreckledAndFun was born as a collaborative effort. I consulted friends (thank you to all my friends online and in real life who let me run my ideas past them) and my family. My children think that this new name is perfect (although even this morning they asked why "that woman took Freckled Fun".) I needed to keep Freckled in the title (it's so ME) and I wanted to Keep Fun (because clearly my designs are fun).

I also am not deleting the old blogs, but there will be no more updates to either one. I will post a link to here on both blogs (in case you forget the new website). You can get to the blog by typing in either or

I have a new feedblitz feed on the sidebar {please sign up for regular updates!} I will continue to tweak the blog here and there, but have come to the realization that I need only ONE blog. SIMPLIFY!!! I will clearly label whether the item is a graphic design, a stamping project or just generic family fun. You can easily click on the labels portion of the sidebar and see all the labels. Pricing for the design work will remain the same and I will keep that pricing information on the bottom of the blog for you to easily access.

I am also still continuing to stamp and hope to do that just as much or more in the future. I love stamping, it is what got me where I am now. I will always continue my passion for papercrafting. I will continue to serve as the Hostess for the Featured Stamper on Splitcoast Stampers. My gallery {myprecious} is updated there on a regular basis. I will still Demo for Stampin' Up! and design for Hanna Stamps!, Kitchen Sink Stamps and dabble with Scor-Pal!

I will also have a new FreckledAndFun logo. If you would like the HTML code for the new logo, send me an email at

You can reach me at with questions, comments, feedback.

Thank you for your support during this transition!


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