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I Believe In Love

Today is my turn for a whirl over on the Market Street blog, and I am sharing this fun card featuring a multitude of stamps! I love all of their stamps over there, but the background are some of the most fun and versatile to work with.

On the butterflies I used Mesh, Honeycomb and Vintage Notepad. {At the bottom of the post, you will see some blocks of the products that I used, and if you click on them, they will bring you right to those particular  stamps!} I also used the set Simple Joys for the sentiment.

The colors are based on the current Paint the Town Color Challenge that is going on over on the blog right now!


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  1. DoBea I love your card so much! I love how the butterflies are the focal point! The sentiment is prefect too! Wonderful job!
    -Sam

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