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09/14/2014

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Anne Marie HIle

Hello Mike! How fun that you combined these two stamp sets! I never would have thought to but they look great together! Your coloring is beautiful and the colors really pop off the textured background. Awesome card! :)

Joanne James

That is so true Mike! I don't own this stamp, but I haven't seen it in blogland for some time either. Looks great paired with the feathers too.

jaydee

Mike, I love how you blended these stamp sets together, I wouldn't have thought of putting them together, but they work beautifully. I love them against the woodgrain embossed background, too.
Hugs
Jaydee

Sandy M

Apothecary Arts has not been filed in the land of misfit stamps for me, but one I have never had the pleasure to own. You've colored it just beautifully Mike, and the flourish of feathers makes your card even more beautiful. Love.

Claire Broadwater

Gorgeous coloring, Mike! I love the feathers and the twine looks amazing! Thanks for the fantastic idea! XX

Andrea W

Your coloring is lovely! Impressive shading on the roses and your woodgrain embossed panel looks terrific.

Carol Carriveau

Very pretty card, Mike...have this set and admittedly have never used them...this is a great idea!!!

Yapha

Great card, Mike! I never would have thought of that set, but it's perfect! Love your coloring.

laurie

Great use of the colors and the sets you chose to showcase them!The wood grain did tie it all together..the perfect touch!

LeAnne

I agree 100% about the stamps you just have to have....and then they get forgotten! I don't think I have EVER inked up this image from this set, because coloring in all those roses is too intimidating! BUT....yours is just gorgeous! Good job!

Nance Leedy

Beautiful coloring, Mike and love the flowers & feathers with the woodgrain!

jessica

Woodgrain and a beautiful wreath, looks like it came off my friend Rob's front door! He is Native American. He'd love this. I've been eyeing the feathers bundle to use for him.
Beautiful!

Carole Doody

You are so right. I have Apothecary Art and the Labels Framelits, and haven't used them in quite a while. I haven't used my aqua painter for a really long time either, so maybe, with your inspiration, I will also get that out to try again. Do you use it with color in the lid of your stamp pad? The buzz around the new goodies in the annual catalog, and then a few months later with the holiday catalog makes it easy to forget our "old" favorites. Thanks for reminding all of us to get out some old favorites again to have fun with!

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