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Monday, November 15, 2010

Mitten - Repeat Impressions Stamp of the Week

This is my second post for today - please scroll down for the Woodware USA color challenge post! Thanks!

Happy Monday - time for a new Stamp of the Week at Repeat Impressions!  This week's SOTW is Mitten (3806-D).  As always, the SOTW is offered to the RI blog readers for 50% off for that week.  Go to the RI blog, The House That Stamps Built, to get the coupon code and the link to the Mitten image.  While you are there, check out what the other RI Rock Stars created with the Mitten image!
I stamped the mitten image with Perfect Plum ink onto Lavender Moon cardstock twice and cut them out.  I mounted them on a Labels 1 die and used the sentiment from the new Snowglobe Collection from Repeat Impressions.  I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder for the background.
Thanks for coming by!
Supplies: Stamps - Repeat Impressions; Ink - SU Perfect Plum; Paper -Mark's Finest Papers; Misc - Cuttlebug folder, Spellbinders Label 1 Nestabilities, Ribbon, Foam Squares

11 comments:

  1. Great card, Harriet - love the embossed background and the non-traditional color scheme!

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  2. Love the embossed background and the soothing colors! Great card, Harriet!

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  3. Great card! I love the embossing and the pretty satin ribbon!

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  4. Love the embossed background; what great colors! Very cute!

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  5. a sweet card! Love your splash of purple and I love that embossing folder!
    Hugs, Darsie

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  6. I didn't recognize that embossing folder so glad you mentioned it was a Cuttlebug. Love it and love the card. The color is just so pretty!

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  7. Love the color! Your embossing highlights the mitten so well.

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  8. The embossing makes the mittens pop! And I love the color!!

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  9. Beautiful white Christmas card Harriet! Love the embossed background and additional lavender color!

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  10. Your card is awesome Harriet!

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  11. Love what you've done here Harriet!!

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