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Helen Cryer

It's lovely!! I love your happy accident background, and those butterflies are gorgeous!

kelly Booth

THIS is such a Happy Card.....LOVE it!! The Ripped Scotch tape made this background just Spectacular and I adore the Sparkly Butterflies!

Frances Byrne

Oh I love it ... a butterfly tree :) Love your description on how you created your background.

Raquel Mason

Butterfly tree! Wow, great idea & they are sparkly and that makes it even better. I like your background & your funny story of how it came to be.

Lisa H

I love it!!

Jacquelene L

Love the card front Karen! It is just the card I needed to see today. Thank you for brightening my day today. I loved your experimentation thoughts and process, it sounds like me when I am in creative mode. I will be making the butterfly tree in the future. I am not able to use my sizzix machine these days, on the last day in January I fell and broke my knee. Beautiful cards posted on my favourite blogs mean a great deal to me, it is like getting the card sent to me, it uplifts my spirits.
Thank you for all you do and all you share.
You inspire me.
Jacquelene L
Canada

April Joyce

Love this card, Karen! It's just what I needed today as I look out at all the barren trees on the mountains. Have a blessed day!

Linda K

It's very artsy! Love it.

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