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Market Street Stamps Block Party

It's time for this month's Market Street Stamps' Block Party! If you haven't ever played along before, you can get all of the information here on the Market Street Stamps blog. If you join in on the party you could have the chance to win a Guest Design Team spot for next month or a prize package!!


Here is the card that I made:


I used the Doily stamp that came in the February Market Fresh Kit that is still available on their website, for the background and the sentiment is from Simple Salutations
The die cuts were cut using the Blossom Tags and Accents from Spellbinders and the flower is from Prima. The twine is from The Twinery and the ink is Adirondack Ink from Ranger.

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  1. Holy Cow this card is super gorgeous!!!!!

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  2. Oh I love this! Very unique and funky, COOL! :)

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  3. your card is gorgeous...love how you used all this amazing color...great design..

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  4. Wow, everything gels in so well!! Like clockwork.

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