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Beth, this is for you, so you can see the daffodils on Hawaiian Shores...I just got my Papertrey Ink order and tore open those daffodils stamps. Gorgeous! I also think I have a new favorite color--Hawaiian Shores is beautiful, and it will coordinate so well with so many other PTI colors. When I saw it next to my yellow Copics, I knew I wanted to make a card with those colors. So I did, as fast as I could. Yes, I even cut the flowers out again. I know. Everything is colored with Copics, and the sentiment is embossed in white.
Paper: PTI White, Hawaiian Shores
Ink: PTI Smokey Shadow, Versamark
Stamps: PTI Year of Flowers: Daffodils, YOF: Violets
Other: Copic markers--Summer Sunrise trio and Buttercup yellow, New Leaf trio, white Filigree embossing powder, Sakura Stardust pen-clear

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  1. Oh my heavens, Cheryl. This is gorgeous! Love that HS with yellow - it really pops!

  2. Eeek!! This is gorgeous Cheryl!! That Hawaiian shores is just beautiful with the yellow. So so so pretty!

  3. Stunning card Cheryl! So pretty and simple (although cutting them out sure wasn't! *grin*).

  4. Wow, so gorgeous! Your coloring is amazing! Love how the daffodils look cut out!

  5. Oh my, Cheryl, you are right this is so pretty!! Ok, I will make one too!!

  6. Absolutely lovely! Man, you have so much patience with the fussy cutting! Lovely though!

  7. This card is GORGEOUS!!! WOW!!!

  8. Gorgeous Cheryl!! I think I love HS with any color. Your coloring is lovely.

  9. This is SO stunning! Beautiful coloring! Beautiful cutting! (Not that I'm jealous or anything!) Love the HS background! Love everything about it! I'll try to stop using exclamation points now!

  10. ACK that is SO amazing! Love the Hawaiian Shore THE perfect sky...and your daffodils are PERFECT!

  11. The colors on this are amazing! Stunning card!


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