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Joy Clair - Hot Peppers

Hi Everyone,

we at  Joy Clair are looking back on some of the previously released stamp sets this month!


I choose the set Food Loving - such fun stamps and punny sentiments! I did some mirror stamping with the hot pepper and colored them with Copics in green and red. The speech bubble is from the Speech Bubble set. And the faces I made with the set Breakfast Friends

  


Such fun sets, LOVE them!

Hope you liked this!

Go and visit the Joy Clair blog to see the inspiration cards from our talented DT! And don't forget to play with us in the Joy Clair July challenge 
- the theme is Summer and we have a beautiful inspiration picture to give you some colors to play with! The challenge closes July 30, so there is still time!

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Comments

Nora Noll said…
How cute is this? I LOVE those little peppers!! You rocked these stamps!!
conil said…
*giggle* Such a fun and cute card. One I could give to my man, but he might take it the wrong way. Your enviable coloring skills always make your images pop. *sigh*
Mac Mable said…
You look like you had fun with this one. Those stamps are so cute and the sentiment is perfect x
!neke said…
This is a fun card !!!!
Great stamps !!!!!
Rahmat said…
Hahaa, I love this card, so much fun to see peppers on cards.
Wanda Cullen said…
LOL...what fun images to highlight the throwdown colors! Love your card! Thanks so much for joining in on our challenge this week!
Jane Willis said…
Oooh I love those chillies! Great card
jane
Kim M said…
This is such a fun and cute card! Great design too. Love those chilies! So glad to see you over at Inkspirational too. :-)
Ruth said…
Haha! I love those chilli peppers - and I'm not a fan! Xx
Karen Davis said…
I love your chilli pepper card, such fun!! Great sentiment too.
Mimi said…
Excellent stamp sets-- I need them! Thanks for sharing at SOS, and I'll direct my husband to you when I tell him I need more polymer!😁
Aileen said…
Hot and spicy card, love it.
Lori said…
This is too fun! Just perfect for this week's colors. Thanks for joining us for the 400th Color Throwdown challenge!
cm said…
Tee hee...your peppers couple is definitely *hot*! Darling card! And another gem in the Inkspirational gallery! Thank you!
Hugs~c
Anita in France said…
Tee hee, Cornelia ... fun, punny and so deliciously CAS ... brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)
Stampingcountry said…
LOL, what a fun card!
Woo Hoo,hot and spacy!!! love this card Cornelia, this two hot peppers are just a hoot.
So glad you played along with us at Shopping our Stash, sorry I'm so late with this comment, I have a houseful of grandkids and doggies.
Hugs,
Maria Rodriguez. DT
Chris Dring said…
What an adorable and fun card! Love the punny sentiment and your simple design! Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!
Yvonne Garner said…
So cute! Thanks for sharing at Inkspirational!

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