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Stunning card!


Wow Sid, your flower is amazing. I love the way you colored it using lines instead of blending. Very unique.



Mike, beautiful treatment on the flower. It really is gorgeous. I love the little button in the center!

Claire Broadwater

Mike, this technique is stunning! You must have been so patient doing all that flicking! I was worth it! I did find your button instantly! BEAUTIFUL! XX

Nance Leedy

Oh my, I'm glad I zoomed in on your card to see all 8 million flicks of your markers because WOW! What a cool effect. It really adds dimension to the bloom. Lovely card, Mike!

Sandy M

Oh, I found the button right away, Mike. But, wow! That flower! What a stunning job you did with that technique. A real stand-out!

Andrea W

Fabulous technique on the Blended Bloom! The result is very striking. I did spy your yellow button and it makes the perfect center embellishment for your bloom.

Mary Lee

Love this one! TFS!

Robin Myren

Mike-What a stunner! That flower is gorgeous! Thanks for taking the time to make this beautiful card for us.


Your card is STUNNING! No other words!

Carolyn Libby

Wow this card turned out absolutely gorgeous. The strokes of the pen are so precise such a wonderful job. Thumbs up!

Carol Carriveau

Awe inspiring...fabulous, gorgeous....but I'll let you do the 8000 flicks and admire your brave and wonderful creativity!

Bobbi Miller

WOWZERS!!!! Outstanding, Mike! Everyone is right... the 8 million flicks is WELL worth the result. I must try this. Off to copy it in color...! :-)

Theresa Romani

Lovely job!!

Joanne James

Mike this card is AMAZING! I couldn't work out how you did it until I zoomed in - so clever and so effective. 8 million flicks sounds about right - but so worth it for the end result! I'm tempted to have a go when I can find a spare few hours :-)


Beautiful card; thanks for sharing.

Carol Carriveau

Gorgeous, Mike! Loving our new Blue Lagoon...and Blackberry Bliss...lol! Will have to try doodling...your coloring is beautiful!!!


Wow soooo pretty mike !!!
Great job !!!
Hugs frenchie ,


This was an awesome technique and while I doubt I would have the patience to do it, I can see that it definitely paid off, because this is AWESOME! Love the color...and the button!


Mike that's gorgeous! I love how you highlighted the flower with strokes.

Ter ;)


Gorgeous card! Those 8 million flicky things were worth it -- the flower looks incredible!


Sorry to re-post.
I couldn't figure out the 'flicking' thingy....then the light went on. omg Mike - I'll certainly have to practice. It is very effective. Eight million times eh?


My fave colour; my fave stamp (one of many);
love buttons...what more could I ask for?
Thank you.
Button story - our group of stamping friends seemed to be saving our buttons. We decided we had to start using them...our motto - you have to be button worthy to have a button on your card. Needless to say, any special occasions in our group has a card - VERY heavy with buttons. And other friends are so happy to receive a button laden card!! Although I have a sneaking suspicion that they wish we would use less.


Mike, this is gorgeous. I've got lots of buttons and will send you some if you need them!!!


SPECTACULAR!!! Just gorgeous Mike. Eight million times is right! Quite a beautiful thing to open an envelope to. Speaking of cards, did you get the one I sent you? I hope it didn't go astray. TFS big hugs, Jess

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