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C is for Curious

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My curiosity, defined as "marked by desire to investigate and learn" gets me in trouble sometimes but it's just the way I am and the way I learn. I'm the kind of person who won't hesitate to try something, especially when it comes to software, art and cooking. So I put together this ATC with this "what if" question in mind . . . what if i put a beautiful rose alongside a funky font and what if i texturized a watercolor splotch, etc. I had fun and learned a few new tricks along the way.

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What a beautiful card! Isn't it fun to play around with all the possibilites? You really hit on a magic combination with this one.

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So pretty Dianne and I love how you used your curious nature to create your card! Love how the rose looks next to the funky font and how the watercolor splotch turned out. I also really like the colors you used. Great ATC - you're on a roll! :)

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Dianne, I just love everything about this ATC! The title is fantastic and along with the quote! "What if"...I am going to try and remember that myself. Love the colors you selected and that gorgeous rose in the bottom corner. Topped off with the beveled frame. Just terrific!

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Really cool take on curious, Dianne. And, all that curiosity paid off, this is great!

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Your curiosity led you to a beautiful card. Love the colors and that beautiful rose. Love the splotch and the funky font too.

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Great ATC! I love the colors and especially the way you wrote the title. Great trait to have, too (in my opinion). Good for you. :)

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This is a nice ATC... I like the crackle effect you achieved on the splotch.

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