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Gorgeous card Kristina, yellow is my favourite colour. You always make a great job of the cards you make and I love learning from you. Hope you have a great day. X

I'm just loving the experience too! So nice to see how much you can accomplished with your curated supplies. Colorful, creative, as good as anything you do and oh, the pressure relief would be wonderful. TY, TY, TY!

I love the cards ur making with limited supplies! Another beautiful card! Thank you so much!😊🧡❤️👍🏼

I am totally enjoying your capsule card videos!!!! It has motivated me to try the same thing. I am starting on Monday. Wish me luck.

I so enjoy your watercolor background technique! And was good to be reminded to intensify the colors with a second application. Thank you!

You are so fun to watch. I’m envious of your beautiful watercoloring. You make it look so easy. It’s not. You are just amazing. I can see many color combinations with this technique. Now if I could just get it to paper like it’s in my mind…… Thank you for sharing your talents with us. Cute card.

Another fabulous card. I love how you are staying true to your selected supplies and making different styles of cards. I'm loving this series 😍💕

Very much enjoy this series. There are so many 'fancy' things to use for card making, but you can't go wrong with sticking to the basics!

Pretty colors! I love the way the stems and leaves are peeking around the sentiment 💖
God bless you Kristina ❤ XOXO

That is really pretty and I am loving watching you create with limited supplies. I really love cards like this that have just a nice that ground and a big sentiment and done but it looks really really pretty.

Hey Kristina, i was wondering if you could give me some tips on heat embossing. I don't know what i'm doing wrong but everytime i use my heat tool, it melts the powder into a gross sloppy thing. I can't even distinguish the letters anymore. Am I heating it too long? Or too close? Thank you

After watching your videos this month, I am inspired to limit my coloring art supplies this month to only 3 mediums, Polychromos colored pencils, Peerless watercolor sheets, and Inktense pencils. Maybe that sounds like a lot, but I decided to leave the watercolor brush pens (Zig and Altenew), Altenew watercolor palette, Prismacolor pencils, and Copics at home during an upcoming extended trip. It was tough deciding which watercolor medium to take with me, but ended up choosing Peerless since I haven’t used them in a long time. Kristina, thanks for the encouragement to focus and really practice with supplies on hand! It’s all good!

That watercolor background (before the stamping): WOW!!! 😍

You're amazing, Kristina, Always… 😉❣️

So simple yet soooo beautiful, going to duplicate your amazing idea, with my vellem quotes, I had no idea what to do with them, but beautiful on black cardstock on this kind of card! The idea already makes me happy, thank you so much 4 sharing !!

LOVIN’ THIS SERIES, Kristina! And I LOVE THIS CARD!! Great watercoloring~~~really like going over the colors again as it added a lot! So did the spattering!! And white dots, too! :-)). GREAT SENTIMENT, truly a fave! The set it came from is WONDERFUL! :-)) TFS n’ HAPPY CREATIN’, K! 🙂

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