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Designer Showcase featuring Time to blossom


 Welcome to day 1 of the designer showcase featuring - Time to Blossom


 First up today is Rachel. She made this beautiful book mark from the Time to Blossom Stamp set.  She told me when she saw this image it was "crying out to be a bookmark" and so it became a beautiful one. 

Next we have Cindy's vintage look.  I love how different this one is.


Now we have Karen I love how she did the bloom all around the focal piece and colored it ever so lightly.  Simply so delicate. 

 Cindy did the focal panel cutting the image in to thirds.  Such a different take.  I love it.

 It is just amazing how you can just by changing the coloring how you can make this bloom so different.  I love how Rachel colored all three of the next images and all beautiful and all different at the same time.  SO awesome!



Michelle has taken the same colors and made two completely different looks.  First one was water colored and the second was copics.  Is amazing how just changing the color medium makes a huge difference as well.





Love and Laughter,
 

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  1. Love the different looks each designer achieved to make this beautiful cards! Such different ways to use this beautiful flower image!

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  2. I enjoyed seeing all of them! I remember a lot of these from the hop!

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  3. Fabulous designs on each of the card. Love them all!

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