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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Stamp A Holics 164-Color Challenge

Hola Amigas! Happy Friday! Where did the week go? Today I am REALLY excited as I am going to meet Dawn Raspas for the first time...YEAH! I still remember when she won #1 Demonstrator of the Year. Hubby is away AGAIN so I rented Tangled and I will order a pizza and snuggle with Solimar and Joaquin. Well its time for you to play with the Stamp A Holics. We have a color challenge from my SAH sister Mitzi Lutrull. I love this color combo as you can do both masculine and feminine...Which will you choose? What do you think? I am not sure about the bow but without it my card looked so pain. Any suggestions? I hope you will play along with us.


Paper: Very Vanilla, Pear Pizzazz

Ink: Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzazz

Stamp Set: Awash with Flowers, Occassional Quotes

Ribbon: Baja Breeze seam binding

Accessories: Big Shot, Finial Press EF, dimensionals


Mitzi Luttrull said...

Hi Marisol! I love your card. The simpleness is very appealing, so don't think you have to do more to make it good. You did a nice job with this week's challenge.

Cynthia said...

The simplicity is what makes it stand out. It's lovely and a great way to show another idea for Awash with Flowers. You done good amiga!

lisa808 said...

Lovely card. The colors are so soft & pretty. Beautiful popped-up flower and bow.

Are you going to tell us all about your meeting w/Dawn???

Carla Bazhenow said...

Your card is beautiful!!! I love your flower and bow! Gorgeous! I hope you share your meeting with Dawn too! I envy you!!! Hugs,

soggystamper said...

I love the simplicity of your card, Marisol! The colors are so soft and beautiful.
Sue aka The Soggy Stamper

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