Monday, January 26, 2015

Crafty Cardmakers - #131 - Combine Two or More Images

Hello Everyone!

It's time for another challenge over at Crafty Cardmakers and More. This time Julie is our hostess and she has chosen the theme COMBINE TWO OR MORE IMAGES. She would like to see two or more images combined together digitally or by using the more traditional method of masking.

As you can see, I have packed my glitter and poinsettia die away for the time being and I am heading back towards a more summery style of card! As much as I love my glitter, I have to admit, I MISSED ALL THE PINK!! lol


I don't do digital, so I decided to do a bit of masking and a bit of layering with my stamps to create a 3D focal image. I used masking to merge together the Stamp-It clock and the Kaisercraft bird. I layered that on top of the Kaisercraft birdcage and Prima rose. The colouring was done with some Copic markers.

Hopefully you can see all of the wonderful layers that I used to give my little spring garden lots of dimension! Foam dots galore, so much fun!! lol




I told you that you would be seeing more of my new shabby roses and here they are! I coloured them with a touch of Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet and Scattered Straw. The leaves are from Spellbinders Foliage and were coloured with Scattered Straw.



The back layer was coloured with Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet and stamped with a border vine from Kaisercraft Lakehouse using Coffee Archival ink. The yellow layer was coloured with Scattered Straw, stamped with a Kaisercraft Script stamp and and edged with Gathered Twigs.

The tag was cut by hand, coloured with Victorian Velvet and stamped with an Impression Obsession rose background stamp. The sentiment is from Heartfelt Creations.


Let's discuss my New Years resolution, which is to use some of the many many untouched dies that I own. A couple of years ago, I spent a small fortune collecting every die set I could find but I never use most of them. I swore this year I would pull some of them out because there are just so many in my collection. I did a quick count the other day and here are the results.

I OWN MORE THAN 800 DIES!!!!!!!!!! so................

I pulled out the never-before-used Ornate Square from Spellbinders as well as 3 dies from the never-before-used Floral Flourishes. I like these flourishes, I'll be using them again!

OK, FOUR DOWN, 796 TO GO, SHEEESH!


I am entering my first spring card into the following wonderful challenges:

- The Crafting Cafe - January Challenge - Lots of Layers
- Craft Hoarders Anonymous - January Challenge - Choose Your Challenge
(I chose ink-twine-stamping-distressing-flowers)
- 613 Avenue Create - #108 - Anything Goes with the option to Create Your Own Challenge
(I chose image - die cut - solid colour paper - flowers - twine)
- The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers - #26 - Snarker's Choice (choose a previous challenge)
In keeping with my New Years Resolution, I chose the challenge 'U for Unused'


That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. I read and appreciate every single one! If you have any questions, please let me know.


158 comments:

  1. Love your beautiful and stunning creation, it’s gorgeous and the beauties added certainly make this card stunning.xx
    ..♥ aNNie



    {The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  2. Wow,firstly I'm stunned by how very yummy this is,wonderful colours used,so very pretty. I'm doubly stunned Pamelia......800 dies.........I'm speechless ha ha
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Donna! Yeah, I was actually surprised myself at how high the number was! Yipes! hugs :)

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  3. Yeh! I got here first to see this summer beauty! This is so refreshing to the eye, after the winter y creations. I love the layering and those flowers are BEAUTIES! Have a crafty week , my friend. Hugs.

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    1. Thank you so very much Rupa! You have a great week too! hugs to you :)

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  4. Hello there! Guess who FINALLY found some time to do some blog hopping. ;) Oh, how I missed seeing all your beautiful works. This is only the first post and I already have my jaw on the floor. This is just sooooo beautiful!!!! <3 I love all the pink and how you masked the images and all the embellishments you used. Amazing!!! I fully understand you missing pink when you are making tons of other stuff. I'm the same. I just love pink and if you check my paper pads, almost all of them have their pink(ish) papers missing. lol
    My goodness girl - you own over 800 dies?! O.o Wow!!! And I thought I had many. I've never counted how many I have, but I am sure I don't come even close to you (I doubt I even have 100). Good luck putting those that have never been used to some use. Judging by this card you're on the right path. ;)
    Big hugs! xx

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    1. Hello my friend! I called 911, but they said I can't file a missing persons report on a blogger buddy...THE NERVE!! Well, I'm glad you're back and so is my ego!! HAHA!! Hope everything is OK in your neck of the woods, busy girl you've been of late. Sending you big hugs and thanks :)

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  5. oh, this is lovely...so soft...and filled with the promise of spring! I love the masking/stamping/layering here, Pamellia! It looks as though the stamp was designed to be this way. Your roses are drool worthy, just sayin/!

    I'm so glad you shared this with us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  6. Beautiful spring time shabby chic creation!! You do make the most GORGEOUS cards I have ever seen. Wow you have a lot of dies... can't wait to see what you do with them.
    Big hugs dear friend,
    Georgie xxx

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    1. What a wonderful compliment Georgie! Thank you so much! big hugs and smiles to you :)

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  7. Absolutely stunning. I love the colour palette and all the wonderful stamping. Those flowers are so delicate and so pretty. As much as I have loved all your Christmas/Winter projects, I am happy to see something that does make me think it can actually get warm some day soon.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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    1. Thanks so much Cec! The winters do seem kind of long sometimes. hugs :)

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  8. I am on a flight over to Canada tonight... LOL ... 800 dies ...I am bringing an empty suitcase!! (One day... Canada is on my wish list). WOW!!! Another beautiful card my friend; gorgeous combination of images and sumptuous colours and elegance. Nikki xxx

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    1. HAHA, hilarious Nikki! Thanks so much for the kind words and the giggles! big hugs :)

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  9. A very pretty card! I like your flourishes, too. What label are they? Your flowers are so pretty and delicate. You are going to have so much fun using those dies! Would love to see your collection :-))

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    1. Thanks so much Marci. It's called Floral Flourishes by Spellbinders. big hugs :)

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  10. This is so beautiful and delicate, love the design and all the details...wow 800 dies! I know what you mean though, I have quite a few and you just 'forget' what's there! Hugs Carole Z X

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    1. Thanks Carole! So true. Sometimes long after a card is done, I find one and say...darn, I should have used that one! Oh well, gonna get some use out of them this year! hugs :)

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  11. This is absolutely gorgeous Pamellia, so pretty. Your images and embellishments are beautiful and combined with all of the layers and fabulous details you have created yet another wonderful card.
    Pauline
    x

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    1. Thank you so much Pauline! You are so sweet! hugs :)

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  12. A beautiful card!! Love the details ... Doesn't matter whether you do Spring or Winter your creations all have that WOW factor!

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Ros! big hugs :)

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  13. Beautiful card love all the texture and elements .

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  14. Oh yes it is nice to see these beautiful Spring like images!!! As always your work is an inspiration Pamellia...I am a pink kinda girl so this is a FEAST for my eyes!! Anything that you tackle is PERFECTLY done my crafty friend!! Have a great week!!
    Take care,
    Beth

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    1. You are such a sweetheart, thanks so much Beth! big hugs :)

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  15. How many dies!!??? Looks like we are going to see lots and lots in the coming months and years then!! You have made a great start with the ones on today's card, it's so pretty xx

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    1. Thanks Sarah! I hope I can keep it up, it sort of makes my thinking process slow to a crawl as I try and sift through them all! lol, hugs :)

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  16. very beautiful and elegant card Pamellia.
    Hugs Veerle ;-)

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  17. Oh this is so beautiful and I love how you combined the dies and of course that pretty bird! Happy Monday!

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    1. Thanks Terry! big hugs and happy monday to you too :)

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  18. 800 dies???!!!??? WOW!!! You are going to have some fun using all of those!!!
    Another lovely project here Pamellia!! Thanks for joining the sisterhood of snarky stampers and helping us celebrate our first blogiversary / birthday!!

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  19. This is absolutely a masterpiece, Pamellia. I love all gorgeous elements you've chosen and made yoursrlf. Lovely! Lovely! Lovely!
    Big hug xxx

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  20. Oh.......My.......Goodness Pamellia I am in awe of your amazing creativity and design skills, if I had one ounce of your talent i would be more than happy, lol, the layers, the colours and stamps as well as the embellishments are mouthwatering, breathtakingly beautiful.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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    1. Thank you so much Lorraine! That is exactly how I feel about your amazing cards, images and colouring ability, so talented! big hugs :)

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  21. What a wonderful card! Yes, we girls need pink and we need glitter and glimmer! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thanks Valerie and so right you are!! hugs and smiles :)

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  22. So pretty, lacey and feminine. With a snowstorm forecast here for tomorrow, this is a promise of spring to come!

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  23. Hi Pamellia, gorgeous piece, so much detail. This is a beautiful card, what a clever girl you are!
    Thanks for the visit too, I am really looking forward to seeing what my friend does with the Masterboard.
    Have a great week, Angela x

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    1. Thanks Angela! Be sure to throw a link in your post so we can check it out once she posts it. hugs :)

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  24. So very pretty Pamelia, so soft and gentle, I love it!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  25. Hi Pamellia,

    Another stunner from you my friend, this is so lovely, I love the vintage look as this IS VINTAGE lol! Beautiful stamping, layering and die cutting, love everything about it.
    Hope the rest of your day is fabulous.

    Love & hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. How sweet, thank you so much Jacquie! big hugs :)

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  26. Oooh! Naughty girl Pamelia! Who on earth would have stuff they had never used before despite having it a while??!!! 800 dies to choose from too - wow!!! You have really made me smile! As you can see I'm getting around to looking properly at my favourite blogs having been away(yep! again!!) and being frustrated by having no connections! This really is a breath of Spring - I just adore it! Big Hugs, Chrisx

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    1. Thanks so much Chris! I sure hope you enjoyed your vacation! big hugs :)

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  27. OMG 800 dies!!!!!!!!!! you bad girl - not for having, but for not using them, hang on a minute! I don't use mine either!!!!!!! I think I should have the same resolution as you. EXCEPT you do better things with yours :)

    This is such a beautiful gentle and elegant card, I just love it - big sigh! Look forward to seeing the other dies used. x

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    1. haha, thank you so much Faith! I challenge you to pull out some of your unused dies this year! hugs :)

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    2. Your ON! LOL. but I only have a few so I'm cheating really, however I will try!

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    3. YAY!! I can't wait to see what you've been hiding in your closet!! tee hee

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  28. Well, this is the Pamellia I met earlier this year! Your card just makes me feel so happy, warm and like I'm in a field of fresh flowers! It is amazing when a card can evoke such emotions, and you always are amazing, no matter what season or style you create for. I am loving your flowers; can I come learn how to make these???? Your masking is impeccable--I thought that was one stamp! Love the great and original color scheme, too! I think I missed what die you used under the Ornate Square. Is that one of the Floral Flourishes dies (looks like it has dots on the end). This is really something, my crafty friend! I wish I had one ounce of your awesome shabby skills! And 800 dies, eh? I have die-envy! :) Hugs!

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Sara! I actually got the same sort of feeling from it when it was done. For a split second I forgot that it was winter, then I looked out the window...DOH! That bit with the dots on it IS the Ornate Square. It's very intricate and has flourish-like corners. big hugs :)

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  29. Pretty, pink and just perfect in my eyes. It is lovely to see a bit of colour. I thought I had a lot of dies but I think you beat me hands down!! Have a great week. Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Thanks so much Anne! My goodness, if you had 800 Sizzix and Tim Holtz dies, you would need a storage room just to hold them, yipes! Thankfully, most of mine are the thin metal dies and tuck away without taking up too much space. hugs :)

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  30. What a lovely piece you have created! I love the colors, the layers and your flowers are just beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

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  31. I just adore how delicate all of your layers are on this card. Birds and birdcages are some of my favorite images and you've used them so well.

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    1. Thanks Becca! Great minds think alike because birds and birdcages are some of my favorite images too...and also butterflies! ha! hugs :)

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  32. This is truly stunning Pamellia. The images are gorgeous, I love the Spring-time colours and beautiful detailing. All your layering looks wonderful too.
    Hugs Sue xx

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  33. Another stunning card, wonderful design, images and soft spring colours.
    Yvonne xx

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  34. So very pretty Pamellia! Love all the blossoms and pretty foliage!

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  35. This is such an elegant design Pamellia, the colours are so fresh and spring like. I love the images and all the layers you added. Did you spot that you won a prize mentioned on the Artistic Outpost blog. Hugs. Tracy x

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    1. Thanks Tracy! Oh my, I had no idea! Thanks for letting me know, I just love Artistic Outpost!! big hugs :)

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  36. 800 dies wow your addiction is worse than mine lol x x

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  37. Hi Pamellia
    Oh if only it was so wonderfully Spring like outside. Your card is an absolute tonic on a cold dull day and the flowers are stunners again.
    800 dies? Holy guacamole! Hope you mean dies rather then sets of dies (some sets do have 10 dies so then its not so bad lol!)
    Hope Mr J isn't reading this or he will know where his early retirement fund has gone lol!
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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    1. Thanks so much Ang! So true, dies not sets. I have over 100 Spellbinders sets, each with 5 or 6 dies in them, plus all the singles. No worries for hubby, I support my own bad shopping habits! ha! hugs :)

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  38. Just Beautiful. Your focal point of the merged images is brilliant and as usual your colour scheme is so very pretty. Your roses are stunning and all the little details from the stamping on the die cuts to string on the tag finish the card perfectly. Sally.x.

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Sally! So sweet! hugs and smiles :)

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  39. Pamellia, absolutely stunning! Your use of color and layering with all the various elements is truly astounding.....please do consider that book :-) And also, pretty please, a tutorial on the flowers? They are so soft and supple, unlike many that I see online. Fantastic make! xx Lynn

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    1. What a wonderful compliment Lynn! I would love to do some flower tutorials but it requires the use of both of my hands, and sadly, my camera has no autofocus! Silly thing! Maybe someday. hugs :)

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  40. So pretty in pink - delicate, feminine and such a wonderful breath of spring to this gorgeous card. And 800 dies... wow... I feel a bit better about my collection now!!
    Alison xx

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    1. Thanks so much Alison! I thought for sure there would be other guilty shoppers, but I guess I take the prize!! ha! hugs and smiles :)

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  41. Gosh, Pamellia! I pin everything you make - and always feel so blessed and happy when viewing your creations. Nature's softness is gorgeous in the warm glow of your colors and layers. Breathtaking! hugs, de

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Donna! And thanks for supporting me on Pinterest too! big hugs to you :)

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  42. Very beautiful, I love how you have managed to blend the paper roses and the fabric ones, it has worked so well. Loving all of the layers and the fab summer tones.

    Dionne xx

    PS More than 800 dies, that was the sound of my jaw hitting the floor!

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    1. HAHA, thanks so much Dionne! I know, I know, I'm a bad girl, tee hee! hugs :)

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  43. Your card is amazing, love all the layers and the details. so frilly and feminine, thanks for playing along with us at the Sisterhoon of Snarky Stampers for the Snarker's choice challenge.

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  44. Pamellia, this beautiful creation has whisked me far from the snow outside my window.. straight into the most gorgeous garden! You merge stamps more flawlessly (and creatively) than anyone I've ever seen. The clock and bird stamps are so lovely on their own, but even lovelier together. The layers and colors throughout are truly stunning and I keep looking back at your flowers! You always form the most perfect flowers, my talented friend. I really love pink and yellow together, especially in soft tones, exactly as you made them. Inspiring as always, Pamellia! What a blessing to end a busy day by visiting you. My heart is happy. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Karen! As usual you have put a big smile on my face! Pink and yellow is my favourite combo too (as you can tell) and I'm so glad you like my new shabby roses! big hugs to you my dear friend! :)

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  45. Stunning card with a beautiful vintage look to it. The layers are amazing

    Chrissie

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  46. I think you now have lifetime membership of the craftaholics club! Makes me feel so much better when I look in my room of stash. It diverted me from this beauty of a card, love the bird, cage and clock together, subtle pretty colours and I adore your shabby roses, exquisitely tinted, can't wait to see more of these roses! Hugs Ruth x

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Ruth! Yeah, the roses will definitely be making another appearance soon, I like experimenting with new flowers, but I also love when I find something that works.

      Wait, there's a craftaholics club?? How do I join? (kidding) lol, hugs :)

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  47. Adore those soft feminine colours, Pamellia! Gorgeous layers, details and stamping! 800 dies is quite impressive!! I daren’t count mine!!!! xxx

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    1. Thanks Jane! I actually dare you to do just that...count em! Come on, don't leave me here as the only crazy die purchasing lunatic! HA!! big hugs :)

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  48. I really adore masking and layering with my stamps Pamellia as I can see you do as well. Beautiful elegant make.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  49. Wow on the die collection and an even bigger Wow for this gorgeous card. Very soft, muted colours and pretty distressed layers, so beautiful.
    Lorraine

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    1. Thank you so very much Lorraine! big hugs :)

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  50. Isn't it funny how your supplies grow? I am glad that you had a chance to pull out some unused items and made this beautiful card. Thanks for hanging out with us Snarky Sisters!

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  51. lovely elegant card thanks for sharing with SBBC Rachel dt

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  52. Hi Pamellia,
    what a lovely and spring like card.
    Your designing is amazingly beautiful as always.
    super colours used too.
    Thank you for your visit and lovely comments.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  53. This is so gorgeous Pamellia, I like the images and the embellishments
    Kevin xx

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  54. This is stunning Pamellia! I love the pastel colors, all of the layers and your gorgeous roses!! I thought I loved dies and you own 800- WOW, that is amazing!!
    Big hugs, Tammy

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    1. haha, guilty as charged! Thank you so much Tammy! hugs :)

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  55. Beautiful layers on this Pamellia! and I love the switch to the soft colors and images! we just had 2 feet of snow dumped on us so it's nice to see spring!! Your roses are beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much Julia! 2 feet of snow, pretty to look at but completely useless! Green ground here in Toronto, how odd is that! hugs :)

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  56. Wow, 800+ dies? (Thanks for sharing that. I always like to point out to my husb that really, my crafting stash is very small, always nice to have evidence to back me up. :D) Also, I want to come play at your house. This card is just so gorgeous in all its soft colours and layered goodness. Thanks for joining the anniversary fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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    1. HAHA, hilarious Lindsey! Thanks so much for the lovely compliment! :)

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  57. Such a soft, delicate card, love the colour scheme. Thanks for playing along at STAMPlorations :)

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  58. This is so pretty ....... Thanks for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge .... good luck! Linda xx

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  59. This is stunning Pamellia!!! Those flowers are absolutely divine and add a wonderful romantic feel to this gorgeous birthday card!! Someone is sure to cherish this one!!! Thanks for sharing it with us!!! Hugs :)

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  60. This is such a pretty card... love all the colors, the dies and how you did the images. Thank you for sharing it with all of us on the Craft Hoarders Challenge this month. Happy Wednesday!!

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  61. WOW Pamellia!!! So many wonderful layers and gorgeous flowers!! I am blown away once again by your creativity!! I love all the stamped clocks and that little tag with "Happy Birthday" word cutouts is amazing addition to this fantastic composition! Just love it!!! BRAVO!!!

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    1. You are so sweet, thank you so much Samra! Boy did I miss you! big hugs :)

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  62. Love your card it looks gorgeous!
    Greetings Petra

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  63. Wow, wow, wow! This is absolutely stunning. The different layers are so gorgeous and I love the Spring feel!
    Rebecca.
    x

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  64. Incredibly delicate and stunning! Jenny x

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  65. This is absolutely gorgeous,very summery and feminine I love the gorgeous roses,all your distressed layers,brilliant masked stamping and 800 dies now that is impressive lol
    Carol x

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    1. Thanks Carol!! I'm not sure impressive is the word I would use, ha!! hugs :)

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  66. What a stunning creation Pamellia! Love the soft colors and all the layers. Wow! over 800 dies!!! My hubby would go crazy if I had that many!! LOL! Thanks for joining in the Anniversary fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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    1. Thanks Chris! Sshhhhh, let's not let the hubby know! haha! hugs :)

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  67. Beautiful layering! You have created several subtle levels of detail and each is well executed! Awesome work, as usual! Thanks for dropping this off by our house here at 613 Avenue Create! We love seeing you in the neighborhood.
    Hugz,
    Chana, Owner

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  68. This is gorgeous. I love the color combo! I always love to see what colors people use to color their roses too (filing away for future reference - LOL). The masking and layering is amazing. It really is a stunning card. Thanks for joining us at 613 Avenue Create! We hope to see you again soon.

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  69. Fabulous card...the layers and colors are wonderful! Thank you for joining my challenge at the Red Rubber Inspirationals this week! Lynda - DT Champion Red Rubber Designs

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  70. Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers anniversary challenge.

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  71. Stunning card Pamellia...love how inspiring it is.
    Thanks for joining us on the Craft Hoarders Blog.

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  72. Hi Pamellia, I'm such an absent blogger these days! This is absolutely gorgeous, love the soft colour palette with these images. 800 dies!! Glad to know you are on a mission to use them! !
    Thanks for sharing this at FSC
    Avril xx

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    1. Thank you so much Avril!! Truth is I will probably never use them all, some of them are just plain useless! haha! hugs :)

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  73. Beautiful card, love all the layers and the soft colors. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous.

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  74. Such a gorgeous card Pamilia! I love all of the stamping and soft coloring. It is so romantic and just perfect. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders!

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  75. This is so beautiful. I love the colors and all those amazing layers! You know, it is so much more difficult to mask and stamp then to do it digitally. I am very impressed with what you achieved! But, what a great way to stretch your stamps! Good luck on your personal challenge! I have dies and stamps that have never been used....but I refuse to count them! hee hee Thanks for playing along in the Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge!

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    1. What a wonderful compliment Gloria! Thank you so much! hugs :)

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