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Stamp with us challenge

Here we are with this weeks Stamp with us challenge. This week was a colour challenge, I'm afraid the photo doesn't do the colours justice, it really is a bright card.
Stamp With Us with this card.
Stampin up products used were:
Cardstock - Winter White, Real Red
Double sided paper - Summer Picnic
Stamps - Roses in winter, fresh cuts, mixed Bouquet
Inkpads - Bashful Blue, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie
Punches - Oval & scallop Oval

Non Stampin up products used:
Punch - Wodware flower
Ribbon - scrap from stash

Comments

Lovely Card! I love the vine stamp.
Sue said…
What a pretty card!

xx Sue
Jo said…
Oh yes that's lovely.

Jo :)
Sara said…
Nice way of using the vine with the sweet little flowers. Sara xx
Janette said…
Very pretty card,love your blog.x
Maggie said…
Lovely Card and a great way to use the vine from Fresh Cuts stamp set. Maggie
Sara said…
Congrats on making the Fave Five. Sara xx
simplyfairies said…
A great card well done on making fab five!!

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