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Good morning!  Today is day #3 for the Papertrey Ink countdown and there are lots of new products being featured again today on Nichole's blog.  None of my new products are being revealed today, but I couldn't go without posting, so I'm giving you a few peeks of some things yet to come in the next few days!  

Anything I mention as "new" in today's post will be available for purchase beginning at 10pm ET on March 15th from Papertrey Ink.  

My first card uses all three dies from the new Mix & Mat: Flourishes die collection to create a pretty background.  I did some watercoloring onto watercolor paper and diecut it using just the outer frame so that my detailed frame (cut from white cardstock) would have a solid backer.  


The sentiment is from a new mini kit I have coming your way this month called Bloom & Grow, which you'll be hearing much more about in a few days.  The flowers are pre-printed diecuts, also from the kit.  That cute little frame that the sentiment is stamped on is also new this month and it's called Fun Frames.


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There's an adorable flower pot die included in the new mini kit, and I'm excited to tell you a little more about it in a few days, but for now I used it on this card front and filled it up with some berry stems from the new Beautiful Berries: Spring set.  This color combo kind of just snuck up on me...not something I would have initially thought to put together, but I love it!  I was playing around, stamping a whole bunch of these berries in different color combos and these ended up laying next to some papers from the mini kit.  I loved how they looked together and so I got to work putting this card together.  


The berries were stamped in Raspberry Fizz, Scarlet Jewel, Ripe Avocado, and Olive Twist inks.  The rose is a pre-printed diecut from the Bloom & Grow mini kit.  The sentiment and brushstroke plaid paper are also from the new mini kit.  I cut the oval using the Noted: Scalloped A2 dies and backed it with a white card base.  


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 Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today!  I have so much more to show you in the next few days, so I hope you'll stop back!