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Guest Star Stamper Entries II

Another category for GSS was "best stationery". I didn't do stationery per se, but I do make a lot of monogram cards, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Oh well, there's always next time.

This card uses Guide Lines (I eyeballed the placement, since I didn't want the lines to show). I heat embossed the white pattern, and I love it how the 1 3/8" circle punch fits right inside.

These two cards use the vine image from With Sympathy, heat embossed. The first one is on Ocean Tides (on white), and the second is on Berry Sorbet (on cream). I think any sentiment could be substituted for the monogram. Enjoy!
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  1. Cheryl they are all lovely! I can't believe you've made so many using the with Sympathy set, and mine remains uninked... babies~ Beth

  2. holy poop!! These are a-mazing!

  3. Cheryl - these are fabulous - My jaw dropped!! really, really elegant!!! gorgeous...

  4. I really love how your monogram cards came out....all of them!! They are quite elegant and anyone would be thrilled to receive them! :>

  5. Wow - your embossed monogram cards are wonderful. These are all awesome entries. Love the colors you chose too. :)

  6. Gorgeous job on all of the them.


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