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August New Product Realase and Blog Hop

 


For my card I used the Time to Blossom image along with a sentiment from the set.  I added some Sunshine on the daisy sequins mix to pull it all together . 

 




To celebrate or August Release we will be giving away to 1- lucky winner a $15.00 gift certificate to our online store.   
All you have to do is :
Leave a comment on this blog post and on all of the stops along the hop. 
 Now lets get this party started!!!
First up we have the beautiful and talented -  CammyCammy
Thank you so much for stopping by today I hope you love our August Release party!!

Comments

  1. the rose and the sentiments are fantastic - love!

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  2. Noticed this duplicate post so I'll comment here as well. This is such a gorgeous card, Michelle! I really like the Time to Blossom stamp! Your new sequin mixes are beautiful and I love your new dies! I just finished the blog hop! I enjoyed seeing your design team's showcase - very impressive! P.S. This blog hop reminded me that I don't remember seeing the winner of the previous blog hop so I'll scroll back to see if there was an announcement and maybe I just missed it? Maybe the winner was me hehe... Thanks so much! I enjoy your designs!

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  3. I am so happy I found you today. When i saw this designed card I felt like I was melting. This is certainly my style and I will be seeing you soon.

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  4. Such a precious card and love the sunshine on the sequins to match the beautiful blossom!

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  5. beautiful card! Just love your floral stamp sets.

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  6. Such an awesome release! I'm totally in love with the rose set!

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