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Dot Spot Wishes

I just bought PTI's Dot Spot. I don't know what in the world I was waiting for! The first thing that came to mind was dandelions, which I thought was odd, but I went with it. I like it. The stems are from PTI's Faux Ribbon--I tried Green Thumb, but they were too thin. Those are still flat rhinestone stickers in the middles. Best $1.39 I've spent on craft supplies!
Paper: PTI White, Blueberry Sky, True Black
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Dot Spot, Everyday Button Bits, Faux Ribbon
Other: White Filigree EP, PTI Double-Ended Banner Die, Dimensional tape, Rhinestone Stickers

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  1. Very cute, Cheryl! I see dandelions, too! And I need to remember to get that die!

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  2. Really cute! I'm bookmarking this - brilliant idea!

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  3. Very cute Cheryl!! And I like how you pleated the sentiment paper. Great card!

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  4. This is beautiful. Love the color choice!

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  5. This is so creative! What a fun use of those stamps!

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  6. So pretty...I have got to get that set!

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