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Designer Showcase - Loving Mom

 
 
Welcome back for day 2 of the designer showcase.  Today we are featuring
Loving Mom
 
 
Michelle decided to go little out side the box on this one added some hot pink foil card stock and some silver thread behind her floral image. 
 
 
Love the blue and purple florals Monica added to this embossed panel just gorgeous.

 
Sheena reached for bright orange and yellow florals.  I love how this is so bright and beautiful.

 
Love how Jessica colored this images to work perfectly with the red sangria sequins.

When I saw this one Jessica made I instantly fell in love the colors! She pulled colors right out of the Springtime sequins.  What a perfect match.

 
Love the water colored images in this card done by Monica.  So pretty against that pop of blue.

 
Monica ink blended this stunning blue background adding a pop of pink for her floral.
 
 
Sheena Joy did this stunning purple shaker card . Love it.

 
Love the awesome color palette Sheena Joy used.  I love how deep and rich it is.

 
Michelle used patterned paper has her inspiration for this card.  Coloring her images to match the paper.  
 
 

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  2. All beautiful cards. Michelle's is particularly eye catching; love the staggered arrangement and coloring of the flowers.

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  3. Such an inspiring set to work with!

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  4. Stunning ladies. You really showcased the stamps.

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  5. These are fantastic! A great job!

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  6. These are fantastic! A great job!

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