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Grandma's boys

Two more boy cards for Grandma.  There is another, but apparently I forgot to take a picture of it.  It's a good one, trust me! :)

I am loving this frame!  So versatile!

Broke out my animals for this one.  Love these.

Paper: PTI White, SU blue & orange that I don't know
Ink: SU Not Quite Navy, Pumpkin Pie
Stamps: PTI Fabulous Frames, Cupcake Collection
Other: PTI Fabulous Frames dies, By the Numbers IP

Paper: PTI White, Summer Sunrise, Black
Ink: Versafine Onyx, PTI Summer Sunrise, Harvest Gold, SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI It's a Jungle Out There
Other: PTI Sunrise IP, Jungle dies

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  1. You, Dear Lady, are already getting a good bit of milage out of that Fabulous Frames die. Your cards are lovely. I still don't have the Sunshine Impression Plate, but you make me want it every time I see you use it. Thank you for sharing!


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