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Peace and Love!! for Market Street Stamps

Welcome to another post featuring Market Street Stamps! I once again used the set Hippie Chic, which I love oh, so much. It makes me happy!!
What I did today was repetition stamping. It's great for those medium to small stamps that you love to use, and don't want a whole lot of white space.

If you haven't gotten a chance yet, check out the Color Cue Challenge that Market Street is hosting.
You can find that here. You have a chance to win the Loopy Loo background stamp and an XL background block.

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Hippie Chic}
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Glitter Pens: Atyou Spica Glitter Pens

Comments

  1. I love it and peace to you as well
    My daughter just purchased that set for me and I am so anxious and excited for it to come.Love the colors you used

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  2. This turned out perfect! You are amazing! Hugs- Glora

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