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February 17, 2014


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Carol Carriveau

Love your design...I just got this Thinlet Die and pulled it out today to use it on a card for my DSIL....she is going to face some issues re her kidneys and I want to send her several cards, starting with one similar to your card. MY FAVORITE is the one on the left....love that you used the background stamp on the cover, it really makes a lovely start...but I think that the small grid paper is a bit more simple. Both are lovely! Thank you for sharing beautiful inspiration!

Carol Payne

Thanks, Brandy!

Carol Payne

Thanks, Laura. I think my fav is the grid background one too. I like the more solid color showing through the hexagons! Glad you like the cards!


Both cards are just beautiful Carol, but I gotta say my eye is drawn to yesterday's version with the grid background as my favorite. And I wouldn't change anything on it honestly, I think that flower is a pretty balance with the grid background and especially with the butterfly. Again, though, both are beauties! = )

Carol Payne

I think you are probably right, Madeline! As I went along and put them together, I did wish I had put the Nature's Hello flower on the grid background. I put the butterfly from Natures Hello on it. The Secret Garden flower is more "vintagy"! Thanks for the feedback!


Absolutely beautiful!

madeleine Menke

I like the one with the DSP flowered background. I'd like it even more if you switched the flowers. I think the card with the grid background has a "modern" background as does the flower from Natures Hello, and they would go well together.

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