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Designer Showcase - Beautiful Bloom - Sunflower

 

Welcome to day 1 of our designer showcase featuring our Beautiful Bloom - Sunflower 



Michelle is used water colors to color this stunning sunflower.  The strip of light gray and white stipes just make this image pop.  Love the black sentiment strip and the Honeybee and moonbeams sequins to finish the whole thing off. 

Rachel is one of the most talented ladies I know.  I love her copic coloring she makes the images just leap off the page. 
Michelle painted her light blue stripes on a piece of water color paper to make her own background paper.  I love the softness of this sunflower so dainty. 

Karen used colored pencils to color this sunflower.  I love how by adding the white highlights this while image just pops! 

 I just love how Rachel used the Sunflower stamp in this card it is so beautiful.  They look real!
 Michelle changed it from a sunflower to almost a daisy.  I love the blue and ties with the paper and the glitter strip perfectly.
Jessica used copic's to color this beautiful sunflower.  I love how she embossed a background looks amazing.  

We hop you have enjoyed day 1 of the designer showcase. We hope you come back tomorrow for more fun.  

Comments

  1. Great stamp set!

    -Michelle Daigle (sunshine)

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  2. Great stamp set!

    -Michelle Daigle (sunshine)

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  3. Gorgeous cards! I like this set!

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  4. Don't know how I missed these but they are absolutely gorgeous! I am always amazed at how so many gorgeous cards can be made using the same stamps and yet look so uniquely beautiful. Great work ladies!

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