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First Friday Mashup!

I participated in my first online challenge today! I was invited by the super-talented Shirley and I am super excited to show off what I made. If you'd like to check it out, visit the address above!

The colors we used are above and are beau-ti-ful together! Here's what I came up with...(don't mind my basket in the background)

Isn't it cute! I love it!  The stamp set that I used is Puns from the past stamped in Marina Mist and Early Espresso inks along with Early Expresso, So Saffron, and Cherry Cobbler papers. I distressed the edges of the EE and SS with my paper snips and sponged EE on the Very Vanilla card stock for added dimension. The buttons are from the Earth Elements buttons on top of little EE squares and twine. I also used VV seam binding with a thread pulled in the middle to sinch it up!

Hope you enjoy,  have a stamp-tastic day!!

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  1. Love this card! The distressing looks great. I'm glad you took part in your first challenge and it's ours at Friday Mashup!. Thanks!!!

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  2. CUTE! Great job on this! Now following you from SC #342...hope you'll return the favor when you get a chance. http://alacards.blogspot.com

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  3. Thanks everyone!! It was a blast!! I can't wait until the next one!!

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  4. I love it! I love this stamp set and I just got it a few weeks ago and have loved using it already! I love how you put the three buttons in a row... cute cute!! Thanks for hanging with us at Friday Mashup!

    Hugs
    Shirley

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