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A burst of colour

Hi All, 

So I wanted to take part in the global design project challenge this week, they have such a great colour combination that I couldn't resist inking those ink pads. So the here is the challenge: 


Don't you think these colours look great together? So here is what I created: 



Here is a close up, when I was inning the flowers I stamped off so that die cut flowers stood out. This stamp & die set are so great together, it is so versitile that they work great on their own too. 



Thanks for stopping by & happy stampin'

X Jessie B X

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  1. Great card Jessie! I love the collage of colour and the diecuts add that little bit extra. Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Global Design Project!

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