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June 13, 2012

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Ann

Really love the hexagons with beautiful blooms! Those colours make me think of a bag of boiled sweets - gorgeous!

Kathy H

Oh what sweet cards! I would never have thought to add the flower clusters like you did!

Carol Meadows

.....all I can say is I'm in LOVE with the sunrise method card & can't wait for the set to come out! Carol M in TX/carolswingster77@aol.com

Jennifer K

Gorgeous, Betsy! I always save your post for last so I can savor it. I really like how you used multiple ink colors on your sentiment. That's a great idea. Using scotch tape to mask off is such an easy way to do that, too. These sunshine products are making me so excited. Thanks for the inspiration.

Tracey C.

Absolutely awesome. You ALWAYS come up with fun, bright, cheery designs (though it's hard not to with these rays of sunshine!) I absolutely LOVE what you've done here -- the paper piecing on the second card -- the scattered 'confetti' on the first...luuuuvvvvvv ♥♥♥♥ thanks for sharing :)

Karen (carefree creations)

OK seriously - how did I not think to trim my cloud dies?? Hit me over the head please!

I love your cards! They are so fun and cheering. I just love the way you combined the flowers and hexagons on the one card!!

AOK

Your cards hit the sunshine button, spot on - bright, colourful and happy. Love them.

Jingle

Oh, I love the bright, happy colors on these!

Becky Green

BEEEEEUUUUUTIFUUUUUUULLLLLLLL! :)

Laurie Hunt

So Happy! I love happy cards and your work with bright colors is fantastic! I like both cards very much, but I am struck by the simplicity and complexity all at once of the first card. The use of the pale background and the bright flowers, the simplicity of the flower stamp you chose and then the added dimension and geometry of the hexagons -- pure genius in my book!

Julie S

I love the colors you chose for this.

janet wilson

Well, my day is getting brighter and brighter - stunning work, Betsy :)

Colleen

Stunning, awesome, amazing! thank YOU

Mendi Yoshikawa

These are both so awesome! Your sense of style always blows me away--Here's hoping that reading your blog enough will rub a little bit of that magic off on me. ;)

conil

Good grief. I'm grinning from ear to ear. I'd love to get these cards.

Holly Saveur

LOVE IT ALL!!

Pat

I love your cards best of all! Thanks for inspiring us!

Sharon D

Your projects just spread happiness. Love them!

Morag

Beautiful... leaving here with a big smile on my face!

Jill Norwood

Brilliant, gorgeous, sunshiney!!!!!

Sammie

Absolutely fabulous! The color combination and the clouds make for the perfect sunny card.

teri

I really need to avoid looking at your blog during this week of the month.
It's true.
Sadly. ;) :)

(PS... THESE ARE FREAKING AMAZING!!!!)

franziska

hi, this is soooo beautiful.can you tell which set you used for the sentiment (with the sunshine..)
thanks, franziska

Ruth G

Your "Little bit of sunshine" card makes me happy, too! I love how colorful you made all the words and the decorative elements! I've pinned it, making sure to give you credit and point out that you used PTI products. Thanks so much for making my day more colorful!

Kalyn Kepner

These cards are crazy gorgeous. Love the rainbow color schemes and the clusters of stamped flowers. Out of this world!

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