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Can I interest you in a spot of tea?

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I love this image by Kraftin Kimmie (you can get Gabrielle and several other Kraftin Kimmie stamps at Paper Garden Projects), I just love the whole Alice in Wonderland look about her!  This week's JUGs challenge was dry embossing.  Well embossing folders are something I don't use nearly enough of, so I wanted to use one for this challenge.  As soon as I saw my 'hearts' ef, I knew this image would be perfect for it!  I also used the sketch from the CCEE Challenge blog, Holy Snickerdoodles, I just realized I forgot the silly button, lol!  Oh well.  I hope this inspires you to get a little inky!  Tomorrow Sneak Peeks start for Paper Makeup Stamps' June release… trust me you are NOT going to want to miss it!!  Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon.

Stamps: Gabrielle (Kraftin Kimmie)  Paper: Red & black cs, misc pp, White cs (PTI)  Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Onyx Black (Versafine)  Accessories: Scallop border punch, Black twill ribbon (PTI), Red brad (Queen & Co), Tags Trio (Spellbinders), Black & Red glitter pens (Spica)  Copics: C0, 1, 3, 5, 7, E000, 00, R11, 14, Y00, 21, YR23, 31  Challenges: JUGs35, CCEE1021

4 thoughts on “Can I interest you in a spot of tea?

  1. Holy Snickerdoodles you’re so funny, Tangii! And you’re so right! Perfect pairing of background and stamp. 🙂 Love how you colored her dress and put a black panel behind her to help her stand out on your card. Can’t wait for the PMS peeks! I’ll be stalking your blog for them. 🙂

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  2. Great way to do the embossing challenge! Very fun and cheery card. Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls. We appreciate your participation and support. 🙂 Hope to see you again on Saturday!

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