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Monday EAD Blog Hop

What a great weekend...I got so much accomplished
and I absolutely love the feeling of accomplishment :)
Let's start this Monday off with the
EAD Designs Blog Hop & Giveaway

You should be here from the very talented Rose's blog,
but don't forget to start out at EAD to see the giveaway!

I'm a little stuck on hot air balloons it seems!
This is the third project that I've created with the balloon motif on it
in the past week.  But I love them...they're happy.

I used the Vintage Treasures and Birthday Sentiments Stickerz
I applied the clear Stickerz onto a patterned paper and trimmed out!
Patterned papers by Authenique

 Now it's off to Amy's wonderful blog.
Thanks so much for stopping by...I'll be back in a bit!


  1. Gorgeous job!! Love the balloon and the beautiful paper!!

  2. This is so pretty Shellye, love it. The stitching is the perfect touch. Hugs, Anita

  3. Love air baloons! :-) Such a pretty card! Your stitching is amazing!

  4. This is beautiful Shellye - love all the stitching :)

  5. love the balloon!!! super fab card girl :)

  6. Super awesome card. I love how you stitched around the edge and on the clouds. TFS.

  7. Beautiful! I love the hot air balloon and your stitching adds the perfect touch. - Lauren

  8. Very pretty--I like the vintage balloon.

  9. Your card is awesome! And I love the hot air balloons too, a lot!

  10. super gorgeous! really love the colors you used!


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