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Happiness to you!!

Thats what I wish for all the people who have stood by me and supported me for all I have ventured into :D

Here is a card I made using the Get Sketchy#64 sketch and PDCC#56 colors.


I loved the colors at PDCC this time and couldn't resist using them. The flower is hand drawn and I embellished it with a yummy Jenni Bowling vintage button.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. looooove dat flower... love how u did it...

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  2. oh i loved tat flower:)))to cute.

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  3. Super fabulous..I love the bright vibrant colors..absolute amazing!

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  4. wow u just keep getting better n better!

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  5. wow!!loved the flower.....super

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  6. Love the card.. love the colours and love that gorgeous flower :D

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  7. This is really a very pretty card! So striking! I love it!

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  8. super liked :) such vibrant colors

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  9. WOW!.. beautiful!.. I am loving your clean cards these days!.. the rectangles are cut soo precisely!.. and the embellished flower looks beautiful! :)

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  10. Oh, this is so pritty! I love the bride colors you have used! xx Bianca

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  11. wow!! awesome colour pallete ! so soothing ti the eye and the flower just takes the cake !

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  12. How pretty, love your hand drawn flower! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

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  13. This week's play date colours look amazing the way you've put them together here! Very vibrant and happy. Thanks for playing in the play date cafe, you are truly appreciated :)

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  14. love the simplicity of the card...fabulous...n the hand-drawn flower looks great...

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  15. Wow! Fantastic use of the colours - it really stands out :)

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  16. This card is so happy! It reminds me of sunny holidays! Thanks for playing along with us at the PDCC!

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  17. Striking flower and design. Lovely card. Thanks for joining us at the PDCC.

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  18. Stunning and so vibrant, love the hand drawn flower.

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  19. Love how vibrant this is...fabbie work!

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  20. What a beautiful flower embellie--it just pops right off the card! LOVE IT:) Thanks so much for playing along with us and joining in the fun over at the PDCC!! We love and appreciate our players;}

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  21. Beautiful! Love the way you used those brilliant colours. Your hand-drawn flower is incredible!

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  22. Very cute! I love the way you incorporated both challenges. So nicely done. :)

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