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Kathy Walton

I absolutely love the card in yellow. After all the snow I have had this spring, this card really makes me smile.
Thank you so much for showing it to me.

Chris R. from Iowa

Wow, double delight! Love both cards but I think the yellow is my favorite because of the textured EF you used and that paper's stripes! It really caught my eye. But, the Tempting Turquoise is just toned down a bit - more clean and simple. Both cards with the butterflies are so fun the way you punched them out - looks almost lacey on the one and the top card's yellow butterfly is whimsical with the stripes going the opposite way! I like the candy dots and the rhinestones. Double fun treat for us!

Marjorie MCNellis

Ging - You out did yourself!! Both cards are wonderful and makes me want to break out into a spring song!! I do think between both cards, the yellow one brings more of spring! I do love the blue one as well!

Debra Simonis

Perfection! The yellow card just screams "happiness" - what a great way to start my day. Stamp on!


I like both cards, but my favorite is the yellow. It's so cheerful. I love all three of the colors together.


I also like both cards but the yellow one stole my eye right away. I like the technique you used with the slightly slanted paper that the butterflies rest on in the yellow based card. I love how the butterflies are punched out. These are real winners!


Both cards are delightful, but like everyone else the yellow one is bright & cheery, so I really love that one! The dsp & how you used it is so clever! Awesome job!

Marjorie MCNellis

Even today, I like these cards. It is raining here and both cards give a joy of sun and brightness!

Rae in Reno

Super cute Ginger!

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