Stamp Giveaway & Tri-Fold Flap Card!

Hi friends! Today I will share a technique using alcohol markers and watercolors to achieve a hand painted double sided image and show you how to make a tri-fold card out of a premade card base! I will also give away the stamps I used from ArtNeko so make sure to leave a comment for a chance to win. This contest is open world-wide!

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Supplies:

  • Stamps (Art Neko) Flowers
  • Stamp Sentiment from Whimsical and Kind Sayings (Art Neko)
  • White cardstock
  • Green cardstock or premade card base
  • Watercolors and watercolor brush
  • Alcohol markers
  • Stamp ink: light tan and blue
  • Color duster brush
  • Washi tape
  • Adhesive

Directions:
1. Stamp image with a light color ink and color with alcohol pens. Flip over the image and color with watercolor using the ghost image of the pens as a guide.

2. Assemble card as shown in video.

These techniques are fun and a great way to use up scraps of paper as well as make you look at your stamps a bit differently! Make sure to leave a comment for a chance to win the stamps I used today from ArtNeko! The winner will be notified by email in one week. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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128 Responses

  1. I love the beautiful flower stamps! Thanks for another great idea in card making!

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  2. Thanks for your helpful tips. That’s really pretty!

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  3. thanks again for sharing, & offering a nice giveaway!

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  4. Thanks for another great tutorial!

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  5. I would love to win the beautiful stamps! I love watching your videos. Thanks for all of your card making ideas.

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  6. I loved this card and want to try it soon. Lindsay do you have a video about washi tape? I know it has been around quite a while but that’s about it. I had one roll given to me but it didn’t stick to anything. thanks for your video and all the info you provide for us. Betty

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  7. Those stamps are super cute!

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  8. I love this card. I will be using some of my stock card to make this card. I don’t have that many stamps and I would live that stamp.

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  9. love this!!! the flower stamps are gorious! thank u for organizing a give-away πŸ™‚

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  10. Interesting way to make a card. Gotta try it! Thanks for all your tips and sharing your ideas.

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  11. Love the flower stamp. Thank you for showing us something to do with the pre made cards. Someone gave my a huge stack and I’m at a loss as to how to make use of them.

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  12. such talent:)
    i really enjoy your posts~~

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  13. Thanks for the chance to win the stamp.
    Lovely card!

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  14. Beautiful card! Love to try it πŸ™‚

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  15. Super cute card! I have some alcohol markers that are being delivered tomorrow. It will be my first time using them – love learning from you and the opportunity to win the stamps!

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  16. Thanks Lindsay! I love Artneko stamps, thanks to you. This card uses lots of stuff I already have. Thanks for the tutorial. I’m always checking for new ones!
    Barb

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  17. Your so awesome! I love your videos. You inspire me. Thanks for the chance to win the stamps.

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  18. Love the technique. Thank you for sharing.

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  19. What a beautiful card! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  20. Very pretty card and great way to made it. The stamp set is beautiful. A wonderful set to add to the collection to be used many ways.

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  21. I knew there was a way to use those ghost images! Thanks for showing us.

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  22. I love your the card you made. The stamp set could be used in so many different ways.

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  23. Wonderful! Great tutorial! Shared on Facebook.

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  24. Nice card, pretty flowers. Love your videos. I have learned so much from watching you. Thank you for the chance win!

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  25. You have inspired me as usual!

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  26. Art Neco had some cool artsy looking stamps. I love what you do with them.

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  27. Lovely Lindsay! Art Neco has great stamps.

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  28. Love your watercolor art work! The Art Neco stamps you used are gorgeous!

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  29. Love it like all your tutorials, thx for sharing. love the Art Neco stamps.

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  30. Love this! I want to make one of these, too! Thanks for making the video and for posting it. Best wishes.

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  31. I always learn new skill when I watch your videos. I would like to win the stamp so that I can practice the technique. Thank you for sharing your skills.

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  32. Love your videos and this stamp

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  33. tHAT IS A BEAUTIFUL STAMP AND DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE IS A WAY TO SET ALCOHOL INKS?

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  34. Luv luv u & your style. I am new to watercolor & because of u, I luv it!!

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  35. Those look like such pretty stamps. And I really love how your splatters add so much too!

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  36. Oh, I saw this on YouTube, I didn’t hear you mention the giveaway though (I blame the kids) πŸ˜„
    Great card, I love the idea of using up the thinner cards like this xx

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  37. I love this card, it is so colorful and bright! The lucky person you send this card will have a big smile all day!
    Thanks for this awesome giveaway, everyone good luck!

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  38. I really like this technique, thanks for sharing. (Not interested in the stamp, just wanted to say how much I liked this)

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  39. I really enjoyed the video. Easy way to make a tri fold card..

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  40. I never tire of your creative spirit! Thank you for another great idea!

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  41. I love that you combined stamping, coloring with alcohol markers and watercolors all in one project! Flowers on both sides of the cardstock looks really cool.
    Thank you for another great stamp school tutorial πŸ™‚

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  42. Love the card and love the stamps! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

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  43. Wonderful tutorial! I love the image and coloring. Great job!

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  44. Such a pretty card! love the stamp! You always inspire!

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  45. The flower stamp is just lovely and this is a great idea for coloring your card. You always have such great ideas!

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  46. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing

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  47. Love this!
    Also thank you for the tip about homemade Mermaid Markers that you gave me on Instagram, it really worked well.

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  48. Love the beautiful flower stamp. It looks great with both techniques.πŸ™‚

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  49. I have never tried the technique you just taught me but it did work! I’m so excited! My cards are going to have a whole new hand-painted look! Thank you so much Lindsay!

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  50. Great technique for the stamped image to color both sides. Thanks so much for a chance to win.

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  51. Love the techniques that I learn from your videos, and thank you for a chance to win a beautiful stamp! πŸ˜€

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  52. Great idea and gorgeous stamps.

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  53. Love this card! Enjoying all your videos….even the old ones!😊

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  54. This is beautiful! I have learned so much from you. Thank you.

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  55. Awesome! Love the stamps!

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  56. Hello, Lindsay! Thank you so much for making such informative and inspiring videos for your admiring fans! I really appreciate your effort in sharing techniques for art, and reviewing art materials. I have discovered some amazing materials through your reviews!! I would be so happy to win the Art Neko stamps! Thanks again, Pamela, in Ontario, Canada

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  57. Pretty fun and fast card with lots of techniques !! As usual I enjoyed your project !!

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  58. Such a lovely card, roses never go out of style, and your blending is wonderful.

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  59. Lovely stamp and card.Β Reminds me of a beautiful Victorian painting.Β  Thanks for the how to Lindsay.

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  60. This is so lovely, reminds me of a beautiful old Victorian painting.

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  61. love the stamps, building my collection of washi tape and love love it! hides so many mistakes lol! Great card ideas, keep em coming!

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  62. Love the card. Never used washi-tape until I started watching your videos (thanks to Rubber Stamp Tapestry’s recommendation). Now I can’t stop buying the stuff!! So yet another idea to use it. Thank you Lindsay.

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  63. The stamps are absolutely beautiful. Learning to use copies. You are such a wonderful artist. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. What a great way to make a tri fold card and use up scraps at the same time.
    I have never used washi-tape but I am heading out to buy some
    Love the stamp.
    Thanks for another great video and giveaway

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  65. Love the flower set & the idea of the fold card.

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  66. I really like that flower set. I don’t have any like that at all. If Canadians can enter the draw, then please enter my name. Crafty Violet.

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  67. Love the card and i love the stamp set that you used Joan

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  68. Very cute, thanks for sharing and for the giveaway…

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  69. Nice idea using the supplies we hoard. Thanks for sharing and showing that things don’t always go right the first time and they can be fixed!

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  70. Beautiful creation, thanks for sharing.

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  71. I thought that was a great idea on how to disguise the bleed through from the markets. Thanks for sharing that. Have a wonderful day Lindsey.

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  72. I love the stamp and technique. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  73. Beautiful card!

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  74. I purchased many boxes of cards when Michaels had a HUGE sale on them. They are a bit less sturdy than other cards so your idea is perfect. I’m involved with a group of people making cards for the homeless to go with Blessing Bags we are putting together for them. Can’t wait to share this idea with the card making ladies. Great way to use my rolls of Washi Tape, too!

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  75. Wow! Just wow! That stamp is so pretty. You are so very talented and I love watching your videos. Thanks for sharing.

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  76. Wow. I like how the card came together. Awesome card.

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  77. These flower stamps are so pretty

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  78. I think you have sooo much talent. Just watching how comfortable you are holding a paint brush amazes me.

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  79. Fantastic. Love seeing use of alcohol markers.

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  80. Such a pretty card & the flower stamp makes an extra special card. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  81. I love watching your videos I’ve learned so much and I tend to do a lot with flowers it would be great to have these stamps only have a couple lol

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  82. I love how you put so many elements together. Your use of supplies, is just amazing and inspiring.

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  83. Really pretty, thanks for the tutorial xx

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  84. Lindsay, I recently purchases the blick alcohol markers and was looking for new ideas to try with them. These ArtNeko stamps would be perfect. Thanks for another wonderful tutorial!

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  85. Love the idea of embracing the bleed through to make a double-sided image! Brilliant! Thanks so much.

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  86. Super neat idea to color on both sides!!

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  87. LOve the card & the stamp , Lindsay. So unique!

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  88. Great card, I love the way all the small elements make it all come together to be so pretty. Thanks for the chance to win the stamps.

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  89. Really enjoy how you make the process look like something anyone should try. Like these stamps. Want to do stamping with granddaughters and will use your videos to show them how it’s done. Thanks for all the info. LD

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  90. Neat idea for a card, love the flower stamp!

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  91. Love that pretty flower stamp!

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  92. I am inspired to do a unique fold card.

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  93. THese flowers are simply spectacular! I love your finished card and the unique fold! I always enjoy learning a new card fold to make! TFS!

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  94. love the flower stamp!! you always do the coolest projects

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  95. I would love to have this Beautiful stamp and the trifold card it turn out so pretty thank for sharing this have a bless day love and creative colorful hugs to you

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  96. I would love to have this beautiful stamp and trifold card which turn out so pretty thank you for sharing have a bless day love and creative colorful hugs to you

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  97. Hi to the frugal crafter I enter for the giveaway but I didn’t see my comment post I post all the time I don’t what happened have bless creative colorful day

    On Mar 1, 2017 12:51 PM, “Thefrugalcrafter’s Weblog” wrote:

    > thefrugalcrafter posted: “Hi friends! Today I will share a technique using > alcohol markers and watercolors to achieve a hand painted double sided > image and show you how to make a tri-fold card out of a premade card base! > I will also give away the stamps I used from ArtNeko so make” >

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  98. Lindsay, I love the double sided idea. This stamp is really lovely and has so many uses. Thank for the opportunity to win one.

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  99. Pretty card it turned out so lovely. Colors pop. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  100. I love all your card instructions and put them on Pinterest. This flower stamp is beautiful and would be good on many different card motifs. The trifold looks like fun!

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  101. What a great idea!!! Thanks for another awesome video. Your card was beautiful as always. πŸ™‚

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  102. Beautiful card and talent. The colors are outstanding and love all of you tips and instructions that you provide. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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  103. Stunning colorful card… love it and love all your generous giveaways! Thanks Lindsay!

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  104. I just found out and I am totally loving your tutorials. Such talent!

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    • Oop I should posted too soon. Should say,” I Just found out about you and your site. ” πŸ™‚

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  105. This is absolutely gorgeous! I’m new to your blog and absolutely loving it!

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  106. You’re so resourceful! Beautiful and clever card! Thanks!

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  107. Pretty Stamps!

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  108. I love roses 🌹 on cards. Nice tutorial!

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  109. Thanks so much for sharing your talent, and for ideas about how to use up some ‘bits’! Love your work!

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  110. Thanks for sharing your talent and for hosting the giveaway.

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  111. What a clever and innovative idea–to use the back of the ink soaked paper! And you presented a very fun way to showcase both sides of the stamped image! As always, thank you for the ideas! Always coming up with something new!

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  112. Your tri-fold card is gorgeous! Thank you for the chance to win these stamps! I haven’t tried any stamps from this company so I’m eager to get my hands on these – thanks so much!

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  113. The card is beautiful! Thank you for all your tutorial videos, I appreciate them soooo much!

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  114. Love this idea of Flipping over the image and color with watercolor using the ghost image of the pens as a guide, This makes sense, why didn’t I think of it? Thank you for the chance to win

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  115. Thanks for the tips!
    Have a great Sunday!

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  116. Creative way to give a regular A2 card a different twist!

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  117. Supper cool love it.

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  118. I like roses, and so does my mom and sister, so this stamp would be great for me! Love it.

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  119. Lovely design! You done good. πŸ˜€

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  120. This is so cool!! Thanks for showing us!! j πŸ™‚

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  121. Beautiful card and practical use of the little bits of paper l can’t seem to throw away. Thanks for sharing.

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  122. Gorgeous coloring! I love the beautiful flower stamp you used!

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  123. Such a beautiful card. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  124. I thouroughly enjoyed this card you made. It is just beautiful. Hope I win.

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  125. Lovely

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