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Hydrangea Sympathy

This is the sympathy card I duplicated 6 times for my son's teacher.  Do you ever get stumped because your mojo has disappeared?  This one just took me forever to figure out.  Ultimately, I like how it turned out.  It's hard to tell, but there is a little sparkle in the centers of the flowers.

Paper: PTI white, Winter Wisteria
Ink: SU Certainly Celery, Going Gray, PTI Spring Rain, Winter Wisteria, Blueberry Sky
Stamps: PTI Pretty Peonies, Happy Hydrangea
Other: PTI Simple Stripes IP, Happy Hydrangea dies

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  1. Lovely card, Cheryl! The colours you chose are perfect!

  2. Very pretty! Love all the sparkle in the center of the flowers...great touch!


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