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Color Cue Challenge 2 with Market Street Stamps!!

Hello everyone! I am slowly but surely getting back in the groove of things after being on vacation last week. We got the opportunity to go down to Arkansas and visit with some friends and have lots of fun. We were able to dodge the tornadoes that tore through that part of the state, my oldest daughter ran in her very first 5k {she did a great job!!}, and we were able to be there for their annual Toad Suck Daze Festival.
But now I am back to the grind, and is it sad at all to say that I really missed work? I LOVE my job!!
Anyhoo, here is my card for Market Street Stamps Color Cue challenge of the month. I used two of the new April releases on it. If you haven't seen them yet, you have got to go check them out! Amazing is all I can say about that ;)
Well, hope you enjoy!

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Paisley, Simple Joys}
Ink: Tim Holtz, Stampin' Up
Buttons: stash
Border Punch: EK Success

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  1. Great card and I'm loving the colors for this challenge. Hugs- Glora

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