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Life is Good in Spring

 We have Sprung forward here in the sunny south. Today is a sunny 74 F and I'm enjoying it.
The Sunshine has inspired me to make a card and tag using Altered Pages products and some Robin's Nest products. Here is what I have created.  Using watercolor card and a embellishment sheet, I added ribbon, dew dropspapers and some rub-on's. 

 I adore making tags and sending them off to friends as happy mail. I used a paper pad, collage sheet for Easter, stickles and more cute bee's from Robin's Nest. 
Happy Creating
Melanie Statnick


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  1. Love the bunny from the collage sheet and I really love the bee--gotta get some! Cute cute cute! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  2. Your cards are adorable, Melanie, and I love the bee stickers with the bunny collage image. I am feeling warmer already!! Come on Spring!

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  3. Thank everyone . I adore those dew drops and the colours of spring.

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  4. wonderful colors - and I gotta get some bees, they're fab! Nice job!

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  5. How can anyone not feel great and ready for sunshine after seeing this? It is wonderful! Thanks Melanie!

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  6. So cute and happy pieces, Annette

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  7. The bunny is so cute! I am really liking the dew drops ♥

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  8. So cute Melanie, I love those little bee stickers and how cheerful your projects are.

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