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Kelly Kent

Fantastic card Dawn - those colours are perfect for this stamp set!!! Kelly x

Tanya Boser

Oooo, love all the colors you used!! And how the black card base makes the whole thing POP :)

Nikki Spencer

Such a lovely colourful creation Dawn, the colours are so beautifully vibrant. xx

Holly Krautkremer

I love those colors fantastic card! The black really makes it pop.

Mickey Roberts

Dawn, this card is fabulous! I love the abstract look with the leaf veins and bright colors.

Heidi Baks

Beautiful, rich colors and I love how you used just the inside leaf/flower stamp images! The inside is just as gorgeous!


Gorgeous, bright colour palette that highlights a fun technique. Love how you have showcased the stamps.

linda callahan

Love how you bright shaded colors turned out! Pretty card!


Dawn, this is so unique! I love the the color in the background. It takes this set to a wonderfully modern place!

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