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My wife told me that it is her favorite of the toppers I've made.  I suppose she's not alone in that, since another couple requested one.

Here they are.  I'll probably need to make one to keep sometime, maybe for our anniversary (we decided that Cortana was a good enough name for our daughter, after all).


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