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Thread: Fairy Cards

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    I'm here in Florida, and I got a few new supplies, some were gifts and some I bought. I was 'playing' with my new stamps, and all of a sudden, I get this idea:

    cover and insides.

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    What cool stamps to play with, TFS.
    bonnie


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    Wow, what a great stamp. I love your colors.
    Judy


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    WOW!! That is a pretty stamp. Who makes it? Love the card you did with it.
    Judith

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    I got the fairy stamp called "Moonlit Fairy" at J's from Rubber Stamped, by Delta.I alsogot 4 of the tiny stamps that I stamped alomg the edges. A star, dragonfly, and 2 different butterflies. I used the distress ink in vintage photo and brick red. The inks were gifts from a friend.

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    Ohh very pretty! I like the distressed look I think it makes her pop out more.

    I think I've seen the stamps before but didn't really know how much I'd use them.

    Ziggy


 

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