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July 25, 2017



I love them all, Suzy!! I would've loved to see Card #2 with the dots!! As for card #5, I actually think it's awesome!! Thanks for sharing your awesomeness!!

Laurie (@crazycardlady)

Rosy Newlun

Glorious, all of them are glorious! Thank you for so much inspiration!

Stef Perry

They are all gorgeous and simply stunning, however, if I had to pick, my favorite would be the first one. I appreciate that you shared your challenges as well as what worked well while you made these lovely cards.

Karen Gerek

Oh my gosh Suzy!, card #5 is spectacular! I plan on CASing it! All five of your designs are incredible, so thank you for sharing your very special talents. I actually just got this exact stamp today in the mail. Can't wait to play tomorrow!!!


These cards are fantastic, Suzy! That first one is stunning. Thank you so very much for sharing all these different ways to use a single set. It is so helpful and you are so kind to give all the tips and details. I know it's a lot of work to do that and I want to be sure you know how much I appreciate it and you! Hugs! :)

Karen Page

I like card #5 the best, so I guess there is no accounting for taste!!! I love the pop of color against the start contrast of the black and white pattern. I am curious though what it looked like with the Nuvo drops! I too had to have the Oxides once I saw for myself what I could do with them. However, I don't craft as often as I would like so they have sat in my drawer mocking me since my purchase. I need to pull them out soon and play. This was a good reminder of their versatility. Love how card 1 uses the stamp in a creative way... would not have thought it would have looked right with this set. Glad it does!! Thanks for the inspiration!

Bette Manning

I like the polka dot card the best!

Debra Peterson

My favorite? Number 3! I can't stop looking at it. The colors are so soft and beautiful. I love how the pink and green colors blend to create a soft lavender at the base of the flowers and the top of the stems. Absolutely gorgeous!

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