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June 14, 2013


Tanja S.

I love your cards, especially the first one with the absolutely beautiful medallion. It is joy to the eyes!

Marcie Rhys

These are INSPIRED. Your first card is a love sonnet to pale colors. It is just one of the most beautiful cards I've ever seen. By mixing the 'round' elements of the new set, you made it possible to see both colors used giving it enough gravity to be a focal point. (Wow - the things I'm learning today.) You've inspired me to get out my round elements and play.

And squeal, you made a letter out of that element! Creative genius! Again, I will need to try doing that with my other stamp sets. Thank you for sharing that amazing brain with the blogging community.

jan m

My 'ah" moment! Just beautiful with many lovely details, including lace and sequins. Really like how you placed the medallion in the hands of time, the softer shading of inks!


Beautiful cards!!!


So beautiful and Lovely and soft on the first example and the second is more of a bold fun look! TFS :D

Holly Saveur

Such sweet and gorgeous them always!

Leigh Penner

Beautiful cards, Melis!
I wasn't anticipating liking this set.... but I really do! And you have me regretting getting rid of my clock set, because now I want it back so I can layer something like this with it! Inspired!


Oh my goodness, LOVE your first card! Such a beautiful combination of sets!

Tracey McNeely

Stunning cards, you have mamde Round Repeats so totally romantic--swoon!

margaret s. romero

Great and inspired work with a really "strange" stamp set. Your designs are the only ones that appeal to me in this whole presentation! I say "Down with CAS and back to vintage"!!

Larissa Heskett.

Wow!! Way to IMPRESS again today Melissa!! ;) I always leave your blog til last so I can leave in AWW!! LOVING all of the fun designs!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! ;)

Linda Nicholson

Beautiful cards Melissa! Your first card took my breath away! Such a beautiful soft beauty!



Just beautiful, Melissa!!!!

janet wilson

Totally fabulous, Melissa - the first one is exquisite :)

Kristy Schalk


Becky Green

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! Melissa, I saw your first card on PTI blog first & thought, I'M GOING TO LOOOOOOOOVE THIS!!!!!!!!! AND YEP! I DO!!!!! It's GORGEOUS & JUST WHAT I'D LOOOOOOOOOVE to make & receive!!!!!!!!!TOTALLY FEMININE!!!!!! Your second card, is PROBABLY the MOST CREATIVE to me!!!! In that to take a "complex" looking image or one to make a complex image & come up with something so simple as a letter! AND IT LOOKS FABULOUS too!!!!! :)WHAT A SUPER JOB!!!!!! :) (I'm thinking this set is going to be a BIG HIT!!!!!) :)

J. Ferreira

Such a versatile stamp set, shabby chic as well as modern. You always make such beautiful cards.

Danielle Flanders

Love how you are using tape lately, but that first card...SO STUNNING!!

Sandy Lane

your card looks so victorian also glad to see how otjers use washi tape

Susan Gosman

That "L" - pure genius!

Troy Louise

Amazing what can be done with this new set. You have 2 totally different looks & both are exquisite. Lovely & fun! Thanks & have a great weekend.


Great cards! Love the soft floral design of the first and the bold, colorful design of the second. As commented on Nichole's blog post, this set is quite versatile and I am impressed. TFS :)


Your first card is just beautiful - the prettiest I have seen today. So soft and feminine!

Patty O'Malley

Pretty cards.

Barbara S

You did really beautiful cards with the new set. How clever to create the letter "L" on the second card!

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