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I had grand ambitions of making at least 10 sets of cards for Christmas gifts this year, and I think I only made 3. Oh well. This was one of the designs I chose, and I made it in several colors. Berry Sorbet is my favorite, but I also did Summer Sunrise and Pure Poppy. A little masking and a little coloring and there we have it. BTW, if you are scared to color, this mum stamp is the one of the easiest of Year of Flowers series, IMHO.
Paper: PTI White, Berry Sorbet
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Onyx, Versamark
Stamps: PTI Year of Flowers-Mums, Waltzingmouse Frame It
Other: Copic Markers
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  1. Love the stamping on the BS card stock!! Such a beautiful image I cannot wait to get mine out and play. Truly beautiful!!!

  2. This is gorgeous! I do not even like mums, but I love this!

  3. Cheryl this is such a striking card. I think it's the BS with the white and a tiny touch of green. Just so pretty.


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