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Simple little card

I was looking through my stash and realized I hadn't posted this card before. This was one of two different cards from a class I taught last fall at a church craft day. It was a lot of fun teaching my friends how to use PTI stamps--most of them hadn't used clear stamps before.
This card is so quick and easy, but the red and black really stand out. I punched a square window in the Pure Poppy cardstock, then stamped away. I love that little trail.
Paper: PTI White, Pure Poppy
Ink: Versafine Onyx, SU Real Red
Stamps: PTI Little Lady
Other: (purple) Marvy square punch--2 1/4"?

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  1. I love this big ladybug - I just broke down and bought this set - so many years after it was released! but still haven't inked it up - the dotted flight pattern is so fun with it! perfect colors for it too - very pretty card!

  2. So pretty! I should ink up mine again! :) Love that the trail extends onto the poppy!

  3. Hey, I think I have some of those cards! By the way, have I mentioned how awesome you are? Whenever I need a card for a gift or a thank you, I am ready to go. You rock and have a safe trip!

  4. Super cute Cheryl!!! I love the ladybug trail!!


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