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You Are Fabulous!

And this card says so!
Time again for my Totally Terrific Thursday project with
I used one of the new Itty Bitty stamp sets:
Fabulous Girl
IPPITY-IB-008

For the card (and I seem to do this a lot) I stamped the dress image onto two different patterned papers (this is one reason why I love paper pads!) and then carefully cut them out, choosing to only cut out one dress from one of the papers.

As a challenge that's currently going on at Paper Issues, I used a bit of paper tape to create a cool border.  I also applied a few itty bitty rhinestones with the Imaginisce I Rock tool!  Love that litle sucker :)
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Lots to do today:  I need to finish up and photograph my project for the "Saturdays" Cycling Team with Little Yellow Bicycle...my project will go up this coming Monday.  The Saturdays Collection is gorgeous and looks so great with compliments like burlap, twine and wooden buttons!  Here's just a bit of it:
 Clear Cut Shapes (24 pieces)
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Hope you all have a wonderful Thursday!
Shellye

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  1. what a pretty card! love that stamp set!

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  2. love love love the card :)
    and that stamp set has got to be added to my wish list!!!

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  3. Awww! This is the cutest! Love the tiny dresses!

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  4. This is fabulous! Love how you showcased these stamps!

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