Friday, April 07, 2017

My Sweet Petunia and Power Poppy Swap

More fun for you today with a hop between My Sweet Petunia and Power Poppy. 
To celebrate this collaboration, we have a giveaway for you. From My Sweet Petunia your choice of either the Mini Misti or the Original Misti, and from Power Poppy there are 2 gift certificates of $25.00 each for 2 winners.  For your chance to win be sure to visit the designer's blog on each team and comment. (one comment per blog).
Now on to the fun part. I made a couple of cards to share with you today. 
I love both of the stamp sets and the beautiful details found in each. First up is Party Time.
 I die cut a piece of Neenah cardstock and arranged in it in my Original Misti along with the die that I was going to use. To help with aligning my die I used the L-Shape Ruler that comes with the new Creative Corners. To secure for cutting I taped the die.
I then cut my piece of water colour paper and with the same die centered the die in my Mini Misti and arranged my stamp. I stamped my image and secured the paper with my Creative Corners and proceeded to water colour with Zig brushes. 
 I did the colouring in layers to achieve the deeper colours I wanted.
 Why I love my Misti # 1 is precision stamping, no matter the size, shown with that tiny sentiment in that tiny spot, stamping three (3) times for perfect results.
 Another narrow stamp, not a problem with my Misti. 
To finish my card, I attached the image to my card base, and die cut the deckled oval from the plaid paper and attached. For the top panel I added foam strips before attaching and to finish I added the label and a few sequins.
For my second card I went with a very CAS design, my favourite using the beautiful Loving Tulip.  
 I arranged my water colour paper in my Mini Misti securing with a creative corner and magnet and arranged the placement of my stamp. I coloured my stamp with Zig brushes in yellow and stamped two (2) times. I did not spritz with water as I would do if I were using markers to colour, as there is enough liquid in the Zig for what I want to do. 
 With my aqua brush I then pulled the colour in to the shape of the stamp, then dropped in a light carmine and used my heat gun to dry. I then stamped the leaves using the same method.
Once dry, I coloured my stamp using Carmine Red and stamped a couple of times to get a deep colour, then left to dry.
 In my Original Misti  I arranged my card base along with the circle die, and arranged my sentiment.
Once I picked up the stamp with the Misti lid I could then curve each side a little more for my circle placement and inked, stamping a few times for a good impression. I attached the circle die on foam strips, and added a few butterflies and some sequins to finish.
  I hope my process has been helpful and thank you for stopping by. 

Now it is time to head on over to Kathy's blog.

Following is the list for the hop. Be sure to comment on each blog for your chance to win.





144 comments :

  1. Thank you for sharing your process. I love seeing how these beautiful creations come together!

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  2. Great cards! Love seeing how you made them! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Great cards, I especially love the popped out tulip card!

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  4. BOTH cards are just darling! The cake looks amazing framed in that die cut oval and I really like how you did the sentiment on the tulip card. What a lovely way to show off the versatility! :)

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  5. Very pretty cards and work. Enjoyed seeing how you used the MISTI in making them. Thank you for sharing your work. :)

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  6. Love the adorable birthday cake!

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  7. Beautiful coloring, love the cake colors.

    Mary L Schreiber

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  8. Thanks for sharing the process you used to make these cards.

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  9. Such pretty cards, definitely want some Power Poppy stamps!

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  10. Terrific cards!

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  11. Very pretty cards. Love the cake!

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  13. Both cards are beautiful, my favorite is the one with that yummy cake, this set is on my (very long) wish list, sigh!!
    Love the way you colored this cake and the beautiful coordinating pattern paper.
    Thank you for sharing the tip about the MISTI!!!
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

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  15. Wow! Both your cards are really cute! Beautiful colouring!!!

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  16. Like the birthday cake one!

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  17. looks good enough to eat!!!!

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  18. Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing your process and the inspiratation.

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  19. A couple of gorgeous cards. The layered stamping is awesome

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  20. Both are very cute, love that Misti

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  21. I like how you used two sizes of Misti to get the cards made! Lovely cards.

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  22. Awesome job on all your cards they are adorable!
    natgodfrey4@gmail.com

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  23. Sweet cards, and I love the deckled edges on your die cuts.

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  24. the work is beautiful and I would love a misty.
    Ann

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  25. Beautiful cards! Love how you used the Misti to make them perfect!

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  26. how the MISTI helps you get that curved sentiment on the second card exactly following the die is fantastic!

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  27. lovely cards and what a smart way to use the MISTI!

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  28. Lovely cards. Thank you for sharing your technique. Isn't the MISTI a great tool to have.

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  29. Nice flower that stands out on a white background.

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  30. Beautiful cards. Your coloring is wonderful. That birthday cake looks good enough to eat.

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  31. Love the techniques on both cards! Turned out beautifully!

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  32. These are so cute! I especially love the colorful birthday card :)

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  33. Love seeing how you did both of these with the Misti!

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  34. I cannot live without my MISTI. But, i sure would like the mini size! Your card was wonderful and so well designed. I appreciate your work and inspiration.

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  35. Those creative corners sure are handy. Lovely cards!

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  36. Love both your cards Kia and how you used your MISTI and Creative Corners. I now use both products every time I make a card :-) Hugs...

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  37. What a fun birthday card. Love that stamp image of the fun cake. I loved seeing how you used the Misti to hold down your image as you colored it in. I don't own a Misti yet so would love to win one.

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  38. Beautiful cards, I love your details!

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  39. Beautiful!! I love how you stamped the sentiment; thanks for the idea!

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  40. Lovely! I liked the use of the circle die to place a sentiment - clever!

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  41. Both cards are wonderful and I love how you showed the versatility of using the MISTI with these beautiful stamps!

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  42. Delightful cards! I love the fun cake and the beautiful tulip stamps! Love the sentiment you shaped to go around your die cut circle on the tulip card! Great tips on using the MISTI!

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  43. I love the technique of your second card, and especially how you curved the sentiment! Great idea!!

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  44. Beautiful cards! Love the colors you used!

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  45. Two lovely cards Kia, and a super idea to use the Misti to curve sentiments - I like it.

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  46. Really lovely cards. Your colouring is just beautiful.

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  47. BEAUTIFUL cards, loved them. I just purchased the cake stamp myself, haven't received it yet, but I am so excited to use it. You did such a beautiful job on that one, I will be coming back for reference. Thank You for sharing. Tracey Magner

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  48. Both cards are beautiful! Love the pretty colors and design.

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  49. This birthday cake looks yammy, awesome card design!

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  50. Great cards. I love how you used the MISTI with the die to curve the sentiment.

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  51. The birthday card is fabulous!

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  52. Thanks for the great tutorial Kia. Its always nice to see the process of how others achieve the final outcome of their creations. Both cards are fantastic, love the plaid background on the cake card, it really sets it off and your floral card is simply beautiful!

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  53. Absolutely beautiful cards. Great job!

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  54. Lovely cards! I really liked how you curved the sentiment on the second one.

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  55. Beautiful cards. I love that cake :)

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  56. Beautiful cards Kia! You've given me an idea for a shaker card!

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  57. Great cards. I particularly like the execution of your tulip card.

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  58. the Misti has made stamping life
    so much easier. Love your
    cards. The cake looks like
    I could eat a piece right now.
    thanks for sharing.

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  59. YUMMY cake, PRETTY posie! I love your colors and designs! Anf that Plaid! WOW!

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  60. Love the cake with the plaid. Beautiful cards, Kia!

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  61. The Birthday cake card is just delicious!

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  62. Lovely cards. Love the curve of text, I never think of doing that!

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  63. BOTH of your cards are FABULOUS, KIA! I LOVE the plaid papers on the first & the CAS of the second! ;)

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  64. Simply beautiful - thanks for the step by step tut - so inspiring:)

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  65. Thanks for the alignment tips! Beautiful cards!

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  66. Wow, two of my favorite cards in the hope. They are just so clean, crisp and beautiful. Thanks for the tips and thanks for sharing! 🌺

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  67. Oh Happy Day! I would love to win a Misti! :)

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  68. Two beautiful cards! I especially love the clean and simple circle card with the flower on xx

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  69. thank you for explaining how to do the sentiment on a curve, great idea!

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  70. Beautiful cards, so love the way your cards come together.
    love your papers used for your cake card.. and your CAS card is just awesome..
    thank you for your great tips
    hugs

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  71. Beautiful cards. I love your coloring with the Zig Clean color.

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  72. So pretty and thanks for all the details and great pictures!

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  73. Great step by step instructions.

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  74. Pretty cards, thanks for sharing!

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  75. Thank you for the detailed instructions. I will attempt to CASE it.

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  76. Gorgeous cards Kia and wonderful instructions. I've just tried that curved sentiment technique and love it. I'm amazed at what you can do with a stamping tool. xo

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  77. what an amazing card....I would soooo lvoe to win either prize but it would take me forever to figure out which stamps I would want since I want THEM ALL!
    Patricia
    the PaperTemptress

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  78. Beautiful cards! Your Loving Tulip card is just perfect! Thanks so very much for sharing!

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  79. Beautiful cards and great ideas. Love the orange colors that you used

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  80. Loved your Tulip card! Thank you for sharing your process of coloring with the Zig pens. It's making me think that I NEED those! Lol!

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  81. Kia, Thanks so much for sharing the process! I learned another goody today. I thought the sentiment was curved. And I love the tulip!! Oh my...
    XO April

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  82. Really great cards - loving the color combo!

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  83. These are very pretty cards, and you made it look so easy with the Misti

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  84. Love all the different ways to use the misti and love your cards!

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  85. I just saw you on another hop! Can I have a piece of that cake!

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  86. the frame cuts add such a great touch to your beautiful cards!

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  87. Wonderful cards, love your fresh fun style.

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  88. Both of your cards are very sweet. Thank you for all your detailed explanation of how you made them.

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  89. Beautiful job. Love both pic these. Love the Misti.

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  90. Wonderful cards, I love all your great information!!

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  91. Beautiful!!! Love your card designs. TFS

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  92. I like your cute and sweet cards made with these stamps and the Misti.

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  93. Great cards! Especially love the flower . . soooo nice!
    And -
    I have to say . . . I LOVE your blog header!! SOOOOOO gorgeous!

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  94. love how you added the sentiment along the curve of the image!

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  95. Beautiful cards! Thank you for sharing.

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  96. Both beautiful cards! I must try using markers for watercoloring the images! Thanks for the tips...
    Lynn Mathers

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  97. I love both of your cards. I like the curved sentiment. I like the water coloring. Thank you for sharing your technique.

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  98. Two lovely cards, thank you for sharing.

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  99. Lovely cards. I like the way you used the die and misti to create the curved sentiment

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  100. Your colorful cake card sings!

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  101. Pretty cards, Kia!
    Very bright and happy.
    Thanks for the details on incorporating thi MISTi in your projects.
    Hoping to be able to experiment with the MISTi too!

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  102. Love it!!! A great card for anyone at any age!

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  103. Your process as definitely helpful. I love the way the sentiment curves around the circle die cut. Great job on both cards. And I'm having fun finding all these new blogs. Thanks!

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  104. I live blog hops with new to me blogs. I have never seen the decile edge dies. I live them. Another thing to add to my wishlist

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  105. Both cards are fabulous, but the tulip card is my favorite! I love that the curve of the sentiment matches the die cut perfectly!

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  106. Lovely cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  107. Great to see how useful the Misti can be for curving sentiments around a focal point. I know I can't do that as accurately with a block!
    Beautiful stamps

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  108. Beautiful cards. I haven't used my Misti to help set up die cuts before but what a great idea.

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  109. Love that you used a a die to create the shape of the stamp sentiment! Thank you for sharing!

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  110. Love both cards. The designs and coloring are great.

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  111. Love both cards and how you used the Misti for the die cut. Great job!

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  112. Both of your cards are beautiful! I love how you used the MISTI to curve your sentiment around the circle on your second card!

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  113. I love your bright sunny colors! I really LOVE the way you stamped with your Zigs and pulled the colors in. I think it is an amazing way to water color without dark lines ~ Wow! ~ and Thanks :)

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  114. Beautiful cards! You did a fantastic job on both of them!

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  115. Thanks for sharing all the details for this great card.

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  116. Cute cards! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  117. Beautiful cards! I love your coloring on them both.

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  118. So many tricks you can do with the Misti. I love mine.

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  119. Oh, Kia, what fun this hop has been! It's taken me a long time to get through hopping, but I've loved seeing everyone's cards and ideas. You are one of the MISTI queens, and I love your cards! What a beautiful birthday cake watercolored perfectly to go with the plaid DP you've used. And what a darling CAS card with the lovely ruffled tulip! Love them both! Thanks for sharing and enjoying the Power Poppy stamps! Hugs and love! xoxo

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  120. I really like your popped up circle with the curved sentiment. LOVELY!

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  121. Beautiful cards! I'm totally new to stamping, so the misti would really come in handy.

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  122. Beautiful cards! I'm totally new to stamping, so the misti would really come in handy.

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  123. Wonderful tulip. A sure sign of Spring. Thanks for sharing.

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  124. I'll have to try direct to stamp coloring with brush markers and clear stamps. You have encouraged me with your beautiful cards. Thanks.

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  125. Such a sweet and fabulous card. Thank you for the tips using MISTI!

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  126. Chris Coverston here the cake image is one of my favorite to color you did a wonderful job on all your cards .

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  127. I had never seen those circle and oval dies before and I love them, the cards are beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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  128. Great card, Kia! Thanks for sharing the steps with us and for being part of this great hop and giveaway.

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