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May 01, 2012

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Ruby C

Wonderful way to use the colored embossing powder. Your card is so colorful and love those buttons!

Kathy H

A sweet and pretty May card! Love the happy yellow paper as a background for the flowers!

Jennifer K

What a fun card - love the bright colors. And I think more Zing embossing powder will be on my list for Mother's Day. ;)

Becky Green

I LOVE ALL the things you've used here Betsy! You made it ALL come together BEAUTIFULLY!!!!!!!!!!! SUCH A CHEERY CARD!!!!!!!!!! :)

Leigh Penner

I love how you're using the coloured embossing powder lately, Betsy! Super inspiring, as usual!

jeni allen

oh, i LOVE this!! i love those colors of embossing powder!! perfect!!

Troy Louise

Fun & bright card. That washi tape sure is popular - must give it a whirl. Thanks for the great inspiration.

Pattie Jns

thanks for the idea, I have this stamp and haven't used for awhile, inspiring. thanks so much.

Deirdre

Stunning creation - wonderful way to create a fun bright card. TFS.

Sam

Great card, and now that I have everything in one place from my room from http://roomstogrowusa.web12.hubspot.com/hobbyrooom I can't wait to get started!

scrapcat

wahouuuuuuuuuuuuuu je découvre ton blog !! il est splendide !! je m'abonne à ta news car c'est vraiment trop beau !! bravooooooooooo et gros bisous !!

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