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Paper Smooches Flowers

Last month I created several art panels on photo paper using Color Bursts.  I decided to use up some of those amazing panels for Paper Smooches flower challenge. I don't have many Paper Smooches stamps or dies with flowers so I made do. This first card I used the rose from the Hope stamp set, colored with pencils and Wink of Stella. I also die cut "Hope" on craft foam for dimension.  So in love with this card! 
 
Paper Smooches sentiment, rose and die. Wink of Stella. Ken Oliver's Color Bursts. Club Scrap papers, background stamp.
 
 
Enjoy life's flower is made with Paper Smooches heart balloon die. I just stacked the balloons in a circle and curled the "petals". Add a cute little button for the center. 
Paper Smooches die and stamp. Club Scrap papers, background stamp, jewels and button.
 
 
A simple card with a simple tag with so much oomph. I'm always saying "OMG" so this Paper Smooches stamp from the Slang Gang always make me giggle. 
Paper Smooches stamps. Ken Oliver's Color Bursts. Club Scrap papers, tag, ribbon and jewels.


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  1. Absolutely dramatic and FANTASTIC!!

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  2. These cards are amazing! That first card really catches my eye! I love the base design and those Hope sentiments/images! FAB FAB FAB! THANKS for joining in the fun with our May challenge <3

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