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3 Little Girls

See?  I told you I shouldn't go shopping with a stamping friend...I come home with things like these nesting dolls.  Aren't they adorable?  This card is for my friend who is having her 3rd girl in a couple of weeks (she also has a boy, but I left him out. :)  She and her family lived in Kazakhstan for a couple of years, so I thought she'd like these little girls.

Paper: PTI White, Hawaiian Shores
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: Paper Source nesting dolls, WMS Framed
Other: Swiss Dot embossing folder, dimensional tape, Copic markers, Sakura Stardust pen-red

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  1. This is so sweet! I love how well the card fit the receipent!

  2. Beautiful!!!! I love the colors and how you colored the dolls. It's a great card!

  3. ADORABLE!!!! I am kinda happy they were closed when we drove by the first time but now I wish they had been open ........ totally love these stamps !!!

  4. Utterly adorable! I love the vibrant colours :) x


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