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Sunday, January 15, 2017

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Eliz Z

Wow! Great use of outlines to define the flowers and the label. Love the water coloring too-- such a happy bunch on you card. :)

Christine

So sweet Broni! Love the vibrant “casual” colour :) The black line framing looks awesome!

Leslie Miller

I LOVE your loose watercoloring on these sweet peas! I hope I can do half as well when I get around to it. Cool way to do the sentiment. Beautiful, Broni!

Lisa Lara

Such beautiful coloring Broni. I love your background of blue.

Camille C Short

I love your card! You did an excellent job of coloring those flowers. Thanks for such great inspiration!

CherylQuilts

WOW! Broni, when I first saw this card, I was thrilled to see the vibrant colors and how you watercolored it. You are amazing, and I love the rich colors! What a stunning card and layout! One of these days I need to break out my ZIG markers and other watercolor media and work on it more. Totally gorgeous, my friend! Hugs!

nise

pretty!! great black outlining and fabulous coloring. you always know how to take an image and kick it through the goalpost.

Stacy Morgan

Broni this is so vibrant and cheerful. The watercoloring is fantastic, and great touch with the twine.

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