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Market Street Color Cue Challenge 3!!

Hope you are all having a wonderful week so far! I have been busy trying to get things done around the house before some friends get here tomorrow!! Even though I saw them just a month ago, it's a real treat for us to see them more than once a year, them living in the south and all. 
Today's card was made for the Market Street Stamps Color Cue Challenge 3. If you haven't yet entered a project for one of the challenges, this is a great chance for you to win one of their stamp sets. I know, at least for me, that trying out a new stamp maker is kind of a leap of faith, not knowing about the quality and all, but they truly do have the best quality photo-polymer stamps out there. If I had the means to send you all one of their stamps to try out, I would, because I love them that much!! I don't know if this holds any sway with you or not, but they are manufactured by the same people who bring you Peachy Keen Stamps {Kathy is actually Angelica's mom}, and I KNOW how much you all love them. And the Market Street Stamps artwork is phenomenal!! Talent seriously runs in that family.
Okay, enough of my little spiel. Here is my card for today.
Hope you all enjoy!!!

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Punched Tin, Hippie Chic}
Lace: American Crafts
Stick Pins: Maya Road
Ink: Hero Arts, Adirondack by Ranger

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