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Thank You Thoughtful Branches | GDP048

I'm back visiting the Global Design Project to Case Designer Tanja Kolar.  I was inspired by the layout and balloons in the middle of her card.


Here is my card, it turned out very unlike what I first envisioned, but I couldn't be happier!



As you can see I have swapped the balloons on Tanja card for the beautiful tree from the Thoughtful Branches Bundle.  I added texture to the edges of my card using the Petal Burst Textured Impressions Embossing Folder - this embossing folder is just amazing. I used Sponge Daubers to selectively add my inks to the stamps on both the foliage and the gorgeous sentiment also from Thoughtful Branches - such a beautiful font. I am so happy with the colour blending, especially on the sentiment it really pops!


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  1. Lovely card Sue.....the colours are just so beautiful

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    1. thank you Vicki, I really do love these new In colours :)

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  2. A beautiful card, I need to play with my new colors.

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  3. This is the most gorgeous specimen I have ever seen! Love your colours to bits.💜💖❤️💜💖❤️

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  4. Love this card! Those colors are so perfectly beautiful!

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  5. Stunning card Sue. The colour palette is amazing and the execution is perfection! I LOVE it! Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Global Design Project :)

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  6. Sue, this would be one of the nicest cards I've seen using Thoughtful Branches. A gorgeous, clean and eye-popping masterpiece. Thank you so much for sharing it with us on the Global Design Project this week. xo

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  7. A lovely card Sue using the Thoughtful Branches set. Great Card. Angexo

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  8. I absolutely love how you've done the petals, this is such a pretty card! xx

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  9. Just beautiful. Great color combo!!

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  10. This is just lovely Sue - you colour blending makes this a real wow card!

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