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02 February 2020

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Jaydee

Thanks, Karen. It really is a lovely stamp
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Jaydee

Thanks,Kim
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Jaydee

Thanks, Cecile!
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Jaydee

Thanks, Lee Ann
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Jaydee

Thanks, Tracy.. Yeah they do tend to stick a little. One of the things I do is used my embossing buddy on the acetate to try to get rid of a little of the static
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Karen Finkle

Very pretty.

Kim S

I love your hint of sparkle behind those lovely flowers! Such a happy card to say "you are the best"! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Cécile Ribon

Those bright color tropical flowers look absolutely stunning! I love how they pop against the all white background. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Lee Ann Barrett

Pretty! Love your bold floral embellishing your circle shaker. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Tracy

What a gorgeous card! Love that you turned it into a shaker. Do those Heidi Swapp sprinkles stick to the acetate? That's my problem with sequins, they seem to stick from the static quite a bit.

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