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Friends with Flair @ Unity

Here is my Unity Friends with Flair entry.  I used my Feel the Joy stamp and used the generation stamping technique with memento ink. I then sponged the background in purple and deep pink pigment ink.  I mounted it on to white card and added the Happy Birthday sentiment at the bottom. It looked too plain so I added teeny weeny little butterflies from the butterfly punch from Martha Stewart.  P.S I ran out of daubers and all I could find was a magic eraser it did the trick as a makeshift sponge :)







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I just had to make another card I just love this stamp I wish I had gotten it sooner it is so versatile. I think it may be my new favourite Unity Stamp :)

 



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Comments

  1. Beautiful card. I really like the generation stamping.

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  2. Perfect! I love the background colors, the little white butterflies & the gen stamping :-)

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  3. Very pretty card. I love the colour scheme.

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  4. I just love the color on this one.

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  5. wow--so beautiful! I'm liking that stamp too!

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  6. So pretty! This is one of my favorite itty bitty stamps - I use it a LOT!

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  7. Wonderful cards and those little butterflies are the perfect touch!

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  8. Both cards are totally striking.....hello, you used purple! Gorgeous!

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  9. Wow, these are so lovely, and a fantastic example of CAS! (I struggle with that.) Great job!

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  10. Wow Mandi, two very different looks here with this sweet stamp. Both look peaceful and pretty. :)

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  11. Pretty!! one of my fav stamps too.

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  12. Mandi, these are wonderful! That first card looks 3D. I am your newest follower.

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  13. Wonderful cards! I especially like the first one!

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  14. Thank you for all your lovely comments :)

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