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Just Us Girls Challenge #525 - Wild Card Week - Inlay Die Cuts - Guest Designer and WPlus 9 and Essentials by Ellen

Who wants spring to come? I sure do! Today's brings the only spring we are seeing here in Alberta, Canada. I sure have enjoyed this past month, guest designing at the Just Us Girls Challenge!  You talented ladies have been so sweet to me!  Today I am using WPlus9 Tossed Floral Background and Essentials by Elllen Big Scripty Hello by Julie dies. The theme for my final guest card in this wild card week is "Inlay Die Cuts".  I have been trying to pull out unused or gently used stamps and dies lately, and I had never used either of these dies. Although not super quick, I do love how it turned out, so it was well worth the time! I also share the non-inlay version of the card:)
I hope you drop by and check out all the wonderful cards the JUGS team made: Carol, SueAngie, Vickie, Ina, Bobby, Nancy, Lisa, Maria, and C├ęcile.
And please make sure to pull out your dies and join the challenge!
The non-inlay version:


Have a wonderful day, and thank you for dropping by!
I hope spring is in your heart, if not out your window!
Betty

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  1. Totally lovely card! Great inlaid die cuts. Thanks fro joining JUGS for the month of February

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    1. Once again, thank you for having me as guest designer! You all have been so kind! And it has been fun!

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  2. You have done another fabulous job this week Betty! Love both of your cards! Love the softness of your colors too! It was a pleasure having you along with us! Take care and don't be a stranger!

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    1. Thank you so much Nancy! You all have been so kind! Looking forward to future challenges!

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  3. I could inlay myself into your gorgeous garden - GLADLY! What a beautiful die! and, of course, you've colored it beautifully, Betty! I really do like the non-inlaid one because you can see all the gorgeous detail better... but I'm giving you TONS of credit for replacing all of those tiny pieces into your JUGS card!
    Well done guest designing, my friend!
    =]

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  4. You bow out as our Guest with another amazing creation Betty. You really nailed this challenge with your beautiful inlay die cuts and then you give us a beautiful bonus. It has been wonderful having your talents showcased at JUGS this last month.

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    1. Inga, you have so generous with your kind comments! Thank you for all your kindness to me! It has been a fun month!

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  5. Both versions are stunning! Thanks you so much for joining us this past month and sharing all of your amazing talent and tutorials with us! It has been such a pleasure having you with us.

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    1. Thank you so much for all your kindness! You and your team have been amazing to me! And it has been so much fun! Thank you!

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  6. Both cards are so lovely, Betty. It's been wonderful having you as our guest this month, sharing all your beautiful creations.

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    1. Thank you for all your kindness Bobby! You all have been wonderful to me!

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