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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Limeade Friend

It has been a while since I played cards with Muse.  The original Muse card blog.  This week, Michele Ferguson created this beauty. 






She admits to liking big dots, which I do not have, but here are my substitutions.  Different embossed backgrounds, a big MFT Friend word die with a slip of vellum behind and a platinum embossed leaf spray from SSS.  A couple of QAS cards!
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11 comments:

  1. Oh, Chriss...your cards are amazing! I love that you chose limeade for your card base and your embossed panels are fabulous! Such beautiful, deep impressions and the patterns are so striking! I also love how you added sparkle to the leaves! Awesome take on Michele's Muse card!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such sweet comments!

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  2. Chriss that green is breathtaking!! Stunning cards!!

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  3. Awesome! Love your idea to reverse the colours! So glad you joined us at Muse, Chriss!

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  4. Reversing my colors worked a charm, Chriss!!! Love that dotty e.f. - hey! I think I have that one! But - AAACCCKKKKK I MUST own that second - who, what, where, and I get an AMEN ... why isn't that nose wiggling thing working!!!! Always a pleasure playing cards with you, sweet girl...
    =] Michele

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  5. Oh, these are both wonderful! I love those textured backgrounds!

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  6. Love how you swapped the colors from Michele's inspiration card. The diecut word backed by vellum is an awesome idea and I love the embossing on the pretty green card base.

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  7. Saw your card in the MUSE gallery and wanted to stop by to let you know how pretty it is!! I love the floral embossing folder!!

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  8. Gorgeous card Chriss...love all the beautiful embossed green, makes your sweet friend die shine!

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  9. Love the turn about of colours ...gorgeous card! x

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  10. Love that bold green with the crisp white sentiment, Chriss ... these are both just so beautiful ... that floral EF is particularly gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)

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