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Muse Challenge #14--Merci

I'm finally throwing my hat in the ring for this week's Muse Challenge.  What I really loved about this card was the masked circle and the white "frame" around the flowers.  I took the liberty of making it horozontal, monochromatic and bold.  I forgot how much I love PTI's Giga Guide Lines.

Here's Virginia Lu's inspiration card:


Here's mine:

Thanks for looking!
Paper: PTI White, MFT Steel Grey
Ink: SU Pink Passion, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Think Big Favorites, Giga Guide Lines
Other: Nestabilities circle, masking paper

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  1. Love the bold, bright pink & the "merci" stamp is one of my favorites - terrifc card!

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  2. Love this bold dramatic take on this week's Muse! Thanks for playing along!

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  3. Hi Cheryl! Your stamping is SUPERB! The precision and design are awesome, and not to mention your choice of font! Truly lovely in every way! So glad that you join the fun over MUSE challenge this week!

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  4. I just got PTI Guidelines set from someone selling old stamps & now I really want to ink it up. Your card is lovely!

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  5. Saw this at the Muse club and had to pop by, the colour make your card stand out from the rest, fabulous!

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  6. Your card is gorgeous and I just love the colour! Hugs xx

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  7. Wow, Cheryl, your card is so bold and awesome! Love it!

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  8. The single color scheme and those big beautiful images combine to make this such a striking card.

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  9. A striking card, Cheryl! The simplicity of using the same element all over your background has increased its impact. Well done.

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  10. So bold and beautiful, fab job

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  11. LOVE it ... gloriously vibrant and bold and completely perfect! Anita :)

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  12. This was really outstanding in the thumbnails and IS really outstanding up close! The sentiment is absolutely perfect for that graphic image and for that color. Awesome, Cheryl!!

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  13. Wow! This is gorgeous! Love the bright pink color. It just pops off the card!

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  14. Oh, this is gorgeous, Cheryl!

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  15. Oh my goodness, this is stunning. How do you mask?

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