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STAMPlorations Inspiration #165

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!

This week we are featuring Shery's stamp line Shery Russ Designs.



I used the stamp club set from December and the You & Me die

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Added some Washi tape and enamel dots.



From February 27 to March 5, all Shery Russ Designs stamps are 15% off (no coupon needed) 


Or even better use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

All our  Inspiration Project posts have a monthly random drawing - 1 commenter wins a $10 gift certificate. So look at all those fabulous cards the Inspiration Girls made and leave them some love! It may pay off :)

Linking up with:


Simon Says Monday Challenge - in my Garden

Happy Stamping!


Comments

Dee Earnshaw said…
love how you colored in the images - very inspiring :)
conil said…
Were you feeling particularly French or patriotic when you made this terrific scene. Vaery artsy...love the composition and the coloring. Awesome artist, that's what you are.
McStamper said…
What a beautiful and creative card. Love the colors.
Marsha said…
New look for red, white, and blue.
Flo said…
Diese Karte ist sehr schön geworden, sie gefällt mir supergut. Rot/Weiß/Blau ist aber auch eine tolle Kombination.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
Barbara said…
Beautiful card, love your choice of colors, new way to interpret this palette! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! Barbara

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