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UNITY {INSPIRATION} 
**You should be here from Renee Aslette's Blog**
And don't forget: comment as you go, comment as you, hi-ho the derry-oh, comment as you go!
I know.  I just thought of that....... :)
Two commentors will be the lucky recipients of a $20 Unity Gift Certificate

I spent this past weekend at a lovely retreat and crafted a couple of cards for today;
both have utilized the March Kit-of-the-Month
 
And I'm sooo glad that my fellow Unity Design Team Members do such a swell job
with Copics and other alcohol markers...makes me feel like I'm doing my part in the 
watercolor and marker section LOL

 Stamp, stamp, cut and paste with this quick card!  I layered on a couple of cool
'tails' across the card using Kiwi Lane templates.  

Let's head over to Shilo Mile's Blog now and see what she has in the works for us today!
Enjoy the hop!

Comments

  1. lovely showcasing of the stamp set, great inspirational card

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  2. These are both beautiful cards, I love the layering and colors in both!

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  3. Your cards are Gorgeous, Shellye!! Love the colour combos, and fabulous design. The buttons treatment is way cool on your first card :) LOVE it!!

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  4. What an awesome hop… can’t wait to see everyone’s creations… and learn a thing or two… your creations are awesome...
    Thanks for the chance…
    morentin1326{{AT}}aol{{DOT}}com
    adventureofthecreativemind.blogspot.com

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  5. I love these sweet, bright cards. Kites are a favorite of mine right now:-)

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  6. Pretty cards! Love your color combos!

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  7. I love both of your cute card layouts and the colors.

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  8. Beautiful cards. Love the design and colours.

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  9. I have pinned BOTH of these card creations, Shellye! LOVE your choice of patterned paper and colors! Just beautiful!

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  10. love the let it go card
    sometimes thats just what we gotta do

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  11. These cards are both beautiful and love the color scheme on both of them. I love the clever way you put the wording on the let it go card. Everything you do just brings a smile to my face - I have yet to see something you created that I didn't like!! Have a beautiful day!!

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  12. wonderful cards! it is so neat the way you layered the main image over the buttons on the first card. love that idea! :)

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  13. Both cards are super cute, love how you used the stamps!

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  14. Love both of your cards! I really how the buttons are kind of hidden on the first card. Brilliant idea!

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  15. Brilliant! Love both cards, but that kite one really catches my eye.

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  16. Both cards are fabulous, love your colors, TFS

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  17. Love all your layers. Really makes the cards extra special.
    Coloring with watercolors are great!

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  18. Both cards are gorgeous!! I love the colors and the twisted banners

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  19. Wonderful cards! Love the flowers on the first! TFS God bless and have a Happy Easter!!

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  20. Love these cards! Love that border of buttons on the first one and the image is gorgeous. The overlapping banners on the second are really cool too!

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  21. Both of these are just gorgeous!

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  22. What a sweet CAS card. Like the pearls as a added classy touch.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  23. Gorgeous cards as always!!! Love the stamps too!!

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  24. Wow... your cutting and pasting sure turns out beautiful designs. Both are lovely! :)

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  25. Your cards are fabulous. Love the colors you used. The stamp sets are awesome!!

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  26. So I saw the first card and thought - oh, that's fabulous, my favorite. Then I saw the second card and thought, oh that's fabulous, my favorite. Ha ha! They're fantastic! TFS!

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  27. Such pretty work! I love how you used the buttons on the first card as a sort of lower border - great idea!

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  28. Adorable cards! I love the button border on the 1st card and the tails on the 2nd card :)

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  29. Gorgeous cards! Great design.

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