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Stamp with us challenge

I didn't think I would be taking part in the Stamp with Us challenge this week. It's a recipe challenge to use:
2 x Patterned Papers
1 x Ribbon
1 x Piece of Hardware
I don't have the modge podge hardware kit so thought it would exclude me. I then started to go through my supplies and realised I had the Pretties Kit, so thought maybe the pin and pearls may count instead, I hope so. Any way this is what I came up with.



All products were Stampin Up:
Ink Pads - Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel & More Mustard
Double Sided Paper - Welcome Home (retired hostess gift from 2007/2008)
Stamp Sets - A Sense of Time, Frames with a Flourish
Hardware - Hat pin, Brad, pearls & Beads from Pretties Kit
Ribbon - 5/8" Certainly Celery Grosgrain
Other - Stampin Dimensionals

Comments

Crafty Dawn said…
loving the card and I am sure the prettes kit will count as hardwear. (not that I have entered)


Love Dawn xx
Steph said…
Very pretty, I love the beaded clock hands. x
Lainee said…
This is very creative. I would never have thought of using the pins and pearls as hands. I just love that clock. Well done.

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