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Stamp with us challenge

What a lovely day I thought I'd put some bedding plants in, I know it's still a little early but I decided to risk it. That was until I tried to bend down, I'm aching everywhere from all the decorating. I moved a couple of plants round to fill some gaps and I've given up. I now officially am going to have a crafting, napping, relaxing day.

Here's the first of my craft catch ups. This weeks challenge at Stamp with Us is to make a birthday card, here's mine.




I used all Stampin Up products:

  • Ink pads - Bashful Blue & Basic Black
  • Stamp Sets - Pocket Silhouettes & Happy Everything
  • Ribbon - Whisper White Grosgrain
  • Card - Whisper White & Real Red
  • Paper - 12X12 Summer Picnic (I used both sides)
  • Punches - 13/8" & 11/4" circles

Stamp With Us with this card.

Comments

Alison said…
What a lovley, fresh card. I like your stamped circles and the stamping on the ribbon.
Zoe said…
Hi I love your card. Like Alison I think the circles and stamped ribbon really set this card off! Zoƫ
Rosie said…
So pretty - love how you've used the circles!
Mrs Wonka said…
This is fab!

Thank you for joining us at Stamp With Us!

Zoe x
Jo said…
Well done Kathy on making the top five! Love your card.

Jo
Sarah-Jane said…
I love this card, it really deserved top 5 faves! Well done.
Hugs Sarah-Jane xx
Sara said…
Congrats on being in the Fave Five. I like how fresh and bright your card is. And I know from experience that stamping onto ribbon isn't as easy as it seems. Well done. Sara xx

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