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Amazing guest designer

Hello my crafty friends,

I am super excited to share the beautiful creations from our very talented Guest designer Alba
I am so exited to have her on the Kennedy Grace Blog today.  Be sure to head over to her blog and give some crafty love.


Happy Sunday!!!!
Super excited and honored today sharing you a project as a guest designer with Kennedy Grace Creations, you know how I love flowers and painting this Rose was such a delight, look at how gorgeous this rose is, just simply embossed looks magnificent, I am in love with it!
I painted this gorgeous rose with peerless watercolors and the gold embossing powder is from paper source, on the center of the flower I used gold flower soft.
Have a wonderful week lovelies, and for those of you that are starting school tomorrow, have a great first week at school!
Big Hugs,
Alba

Wasn't this card just absolutely stunning!  Thank you Alba for being our guest designer today! We are so happy to have you.  Thank you for stopping by our blog.  

Be sure to come back tomorrow for the Designer showcase !


Love and Laughter,
 

Comments

  1. simply the most gorgeous card ever - love it!!

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    1. Thanks so much Betty, really happy and honored you like it :D , your comment made me very happy!
      Hugs, Alba

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  2. Congrats to your guest designer! She has made a beautiful card! I love the gold embossed background!

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    1. Thanks so much, very happy you like it :D
      Hugs,
      Alba

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  3. This is absolutely STUNNING! I am heading over to her blog now!

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  4. Jaw wide open from looking at this incredible work. WOWZA!!

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