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Tiger Lily posted Jun 21, 2014
by sweetsour

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For the June Music Challenge "What A Wonderful World" by Louie Armstrong always makes me teary!

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This submission used products from ... Prima, Glitz Design, Lawn Fawn



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linda m.
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6/22/15 8:11 pm
Love the colors and placement of the papers with the beautiful photos. Pretty.


pawprints
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6/25/14 3:12 pm
Beautiful photos and love how you picked up the colors and how you split up the background papers! Great song choice too and love the small, subtle title! Thanks for doing my challenge!


oceanbreezes423
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6/22/14 2:10 pm
WOW, what great shots! Accented perfectly on your layout!


Deanna13
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6/22/14 12:22 pm
How pretty! I love lilies! Great take on the sketch, Karrie!


Carol P.
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6/22/14 10:58 am
Lovely!


blbabe1234
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6/22/14 7:17 am
Gorgeous photos and layout. LOVE all the orange you used. Its beautiful


Karen Z.
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6/22/14 6:05 am
What beautiful Tiger Lillies! I sure hope that I can enjoy mine before the deer gobble them up,lol! I really love how you featured your photo with the different angles and shapes of paper behind. Also love that little title!


KLSJUSTME
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6/22/14 5:41 am
great color choices for your photos. The blue really pops!!


Charleneanne
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6/21/14 6:52 pm
Wow. Gorgeous pictures and your pp colors and style really make the flowers pop. nice job