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05/16/2014

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Christina D

Your card is cute. Those new colors work great together don't they? I'm hoping to at least get some stamping done this week-end. Best wishes for your Mom. Let me know when she has her surgery so I can say a little prayer.

Lynn G.

Isn't that hexagon cool. I've seen it used in a sketch challenge for a shaped card. I'm not fond of bee's; but, you ROCKed yours. Love the wings.
I'm over-the-moon in love with the new colors and the DSP's.
Good luck with your Mom. I've made so many long distance trips to hospital with my Mom for chemo treatments; sometimes it was 5 days a week. I know it's not easy! In my prayers, I asked for extra patience so I will pray for extra patience and strength for you and your Mom.
Thanks for sharing! Blessings to you and yours!

Linda Callahan

I am not a purple fan but I am loving this Blackberry Bliss! Your hexagon idea worked great!

Robbye

Great card Dawn. Don't you just love how well Hello Honey and Blackberry Bliss work together? I'm so glad I purchased the Moonlight paper stack, so many great patterns. You used one of my favorite embossing folders for this card. Overall this card is a home run. I think I'm putting E-cutter on the list (under possible gifts for Christmas or Mothers' Day).

Amy O'Neill

Very cute! I love all of the hexagons, and they coordinate so nicely with the bee. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

laurie

Those colors look great together...great idea!

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