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Favorite Stamp Set

Hello, friends. Today's card is one I made to impress Claire (okay, to enter the contest to win her new stamp sets, released on Tuesday). She is simply amazing, and I am so excited for her new little one-woman company, Waltzingmouse Stamps. For the contest, she asked us to create something with our favorite stamp set and use the color green. Since my favorite set is PTI's Friends 'Til the End, I thought a green background would be more appropriate than a green flower. I do love this set, and I don't even mind cutting it out.
Paper: PTI Bitty Dot patterned (Spring Moss), Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, SU Garden Green
Ink: Versamark, SU Garden Green, Chocolate chip marker
Stamps: PTI Friends 'Til the End
Other: Filigree white embossing powder, dimensional tape

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  1. Gorgeous card Cheryl!! it's a gorgeous stamp - I like to watercolour this one. Many thanks for playing along and good luck!!!

  2. Cheryl, I love that set too. Great job on the card. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. Hope you win.

  3. well...this is very pretty and i JUST got that stamp..can you even beleive I wated this long?????

  4. Very nicely done - you cut out those images very precisley - something I'm not good at because I don't have the patience!

  5. A lovely card and a great stamp set!

  6. Oh - I love this set also Cheryl! your card is just beautiful - the colors are super against the dotted DP! thanks so much for coming by my blog and leaving a comment! I've enjoyed seeing yours today!

  7. Cheryl, this is lovely. I like this set too, and don't use it enough. Your colors are perfect together though.

  8. Love this Cheryl! Everything about it is so pretty

  9. Claire is a sweetie, isn't she? I wish her all the best with her stamp company. Neat card, great colors.

  10. I agree, this is a great set! And you have made some really beautiful cards with it! :> Claire is really taking off, isn't she?! Its been so much fun to watch. Good luck on winning!! :>


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