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Stamp with us challenge 3

Can you believe I made the fab five this week? I was so surprised, I keep going back and checking it really is my name. It's amazing how something like this gives you a buzz and encourages you to keep going and do better.
Here is my entry for this weeks Stamp with Us challenge.

I've used all stampin up products except the ribbon:

Stamp Pads - Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, More Mustard
Card stock - Whisper White, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip
Punches - Oval Scallop, Oval
Stamp Sets - Oval All, Paisley, Organic Grace (Hostess Set)

Comments

Zoe said…
What a great use of colour and all so delicate! Zoƫ T.
Anonymous said…
Well done on making the top 5.
Great card lovely colours

Caroline x
Kim said…
well done you, and another fab card to follow too!!
This is a lovely example of my favourite stamp set. Love your colour combo. Carolex

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