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I'm still using up all those craft panels whether they're stamps, Color Bursts or Gelli prints.  I found some pink and purple panels that matched well with the Jubilee Greetings to Go collection. Pink is one of my favorite colors and is actually a hard color to come by in the scrapping world. Not too many pink lovers out there who aren't scrapping baby photos.

Club Scrap papers, stamps and ribbon. Martha Stewart punch. Flourish stamped using the Mirror Image Technique

Take Wing stamp using the Reverse Color Burst technique.

These two cards don't involve art panels but were from the same set and quite fun to add feathers to (my new favorite embellishment).


  1. Holy Moly these are awesome Lisa!! LOVE THEM!


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