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Designer Showcase - Beautiful Bloom - Sweet Rose

 
 
Welcome back to day 3 of the designer showcase featuring 
Beautiful Bloom - Sweet Rose
 
Michelle went light blue Sweet Rose image to show how you can just change the colors out can bring fresh life to this stamp.
 
 
Love the water colored purple Sweet Rose Monica did just beautiful.

 
Cindy did this in a yellow which happens to be my favorite color of Roses.

 
Love how soft the coloring is on this card.  Monica did a beautiful job.
 
When I saw this card Rachel did I fell in love.  I love how just the white on grey pops.  LOVE IT!!

Cindy used the embossed rose in a purple color just is so different from all the others it looks great.

 
Karen just used the bloom as her focal image.  Love how it pairs beautifully with the stripped pattern paper. 

 
Cammy water colored this Peach colored Rose love this color combination.


Purple roses with gold embossing how stunning is this.  Jessica matched the Red Sangria sequins mix perfectly.
 
 
I saw this awesome card by Rachel.  I loved how she did the sentiment as part of the floral.  I love how it came out.  Makes me want to try this some time.

 
Love the softness of this rose done with colored pencils.  Karen amazing me how realistic she can make these look.  I just love them.


 

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  1. My goodness, what beautiful and inspiring cards these are!

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  2. The DT had really done a fabulous job in creating some beautiful cards.

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  3. These are just beautiful. A great beginning for a new company! TFS!

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  4. These are just beautiful. A great beginning for a new company! TFS!

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