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Old 04-06-2007, 06:07 AM   #41  
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I think the final version is great. But,I'd keep the original on display. It is also lovely and gives the stamper/customer an idea of how adding a bit here or there makes a difference. Some may prefer the simpler version but I like the way you started with one and ended with another. I think that is a great selling strategy!
Ditto! The card is beautiful!
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Beautiful...I love it! And another ditto of Joan's comment...think I might have to use that strategy myself!!
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Beautiful card. I do like the idea of keeping the originals on display to show the progression one can make in stamping. I think that the sponging on the last card really makes it pop!

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I love it with the background - it makes the tulip pop off the card.
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I think the final version is great. But,I'd keep the original on display. It is also lovely and gives the stamper/customer an idea of how adding a bit here or there makes a difference. Some may prefer the simpler version but I like the way you started with one and ended with another. I think that is a great selling strategy!

I totally agree.
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Old 04-06-2007, 09:17 AM   #46  
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I think adding texture is a great way to add just a little something in a very subtle way. This addition is perfect. The card could have gone either way, but I personally love the texture just for an extra dimension.
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The BG stamp really made the panel with the tulip pop! Now your focus is on the tulip!
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Thank you soooooooooo much for all your encouragement with this card!! I am hoping the girls I invite get just as excited as you girls did by it!!
Will let you know how it goes!

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