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SAF Accomplishment

What happens when 20 women gather in one place for 12 hours?  Lots of talking, laughing and eating, and a little bit of crafting--but you wouldn't know it by all the luggage that was brought!  Here is my one and only Stamp-A-Faire completed card, and it didn't even follow any challenges.  Ah well, it was a fabulous day with friends anyway!

Paper: PTI White, Pure Poppy
Ink: PTI Pure Poppy, Spring Rain, Memento Tuxedo black
Stamps: PTI Fabulous Frames, Fillable Frames Sentiments, Star Prints
Other: PTI Fab Frame dies, Simple Stripes IP
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  1. You accomplished this and so much more! Adorable card, hope your mother in law loves it!

  2. Beautiful card. I saw it on the table but was so busy talking I never knew who made it. Love that color combo.

    YOU ARE THE BEST, in so many ways. HUGS. Hope to see you soon.

  3. I love the blue and red together!! I'm glad you were able to get together with your friends for some 'crafting' time. We all need some of that!

  4. Love this card!
    I just got my set today!


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