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Blossoms in Bloom

I've been playing a lot with this set. It isn't one that I thought I would like much at first. It seemed pretty confining when I saw it in the catalog. Boy was I wrong! I have used it many, many times for all occasions! Here are a few of the samples I've made recently. The Blossoms in bloom set has a set of die cuts that layer up really nicely. If you look close you can see that there is a black die-cut and a white die-cut. I traced the die on a piece of rainbow glitter paper and fussy cut that out to go as my base. I layered it all on a Whisper White card base backed with a piece of Black cardstock. The happy birthday greeting is also in the stamp set. It has several sentiments in it. This one really shines in person with all that glittery paper! This next one was a lot of fun to make. I did a partial die cutting technique to get the banner look in the middle of the blossoms. The way I did this was to tape my die to a piece of white cardstock using washi tape. I put the ta
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Polka quilt

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Here's to you

I didn't really know what to do with these little dress form dies at first, but I love this card! Big girls can play paper dolls too!

Roving Butterflies

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Framed Family

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Hummingbird simplicity

I love the simple lines of this card. The hummingbird pops out in the bright green. What scrap papers do you have lying about? Pull them out and make some cards like this with scrap stripes. Easy peasy!