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I paired my favorite BUNDLE in the mini catalog, Dragonfly Dreams, with three of the four colors in the challenge for January.  We will be making a different version of this card at my stamp camp this week.  The little dragonflies are cut out three times and pieced onto the vanilla or curry cardstock.  The large dragonfly is cut out of gold foil with Curry and Tangerine cut and glued below.  The gold sentiments from the set finish the card off nicely!  It is a pretty easy card, but stunning.  I couldn't decide which combination I liked better!

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Jump on the blog hop below to see creations with this color combo from other awesome demonstrators

Patty Bennett

Paola Phillips

JoAnn Hewins

Melissa Kerwin

Robin Messenheimer

Pat Ertman- You Are Here

Debbie Henderson

 

 

 

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Patty Bennett

Fantastic idea!! Wow!! love how you created the background!

ROBIN MESSENHEIMER

Stunning! Love how you did the background!

Debbie Henderson

This card looks fabulous with the dragonflies background and the gold dragonfly! So nice to be hopping with you!

Jo Anne Hewins

Pat, I agree with the other comments. The background on this card is fantastic! Love, love, love!

Melissa Kerman

Beautiful card! I love it!!

Doris D.

So how did you do the background? Beautiful card.

paola phillips

Such an elegant card. Love it!

Pat Ertman

Doris, as I said in my description above, I cut out the string of dragonflies three times and then glued it down with liquid glue. I wish I could take credit for the original idea, but another demo made a similar background on a card (I wish I could remember where I saw it), so I took that idea and adapted it to a background for my challenge card. It is a little work, but soooo worth it. Everyone loved the card at stamp camp.

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