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Summer Has Come Early!

Through the delights of
Simple Stories and Unity Stamp Co.,
Summer has come early!
Not only can you find Summer Fresh in shabby/whimsical
papers and cardstock stickers, but you can also find it in deeply
etched rubber stamps.  
Take a gander at this card I created last's made me so ready
for sipping lemonade on the patio, watching fire flies light up the night 
skies and taking a splash in the lake!

Summer Fresh is NOW AVAILABLE...check out 2 Peas or any of your other
favorite scrapbooking retailers. And wouldn't you love the matching stamps?!?
You can order them directly through Unity! 

--Click on the photos above to be taken to the websites-
Unity is also have a MOTHER'S DAY Sale
Use the Code: MAMA upon checkout

 I've gotta work this weekend, so we're celebrating Mother's Day tonight.
I'm being treated to pizza and a movie on Netflix LOL
Hope all of you wonderful MOMs have a wonderful Mother's Day!


  1. I absolutely love your cards! I adore what you did with this new collection. The burlap, the chevron, the perfection!

  2. Absolutely adorable!!! love everything about it!!!!

  3. Happy Mothers Day! I love the happy sunny colors in these papers and embellishments! Very pretty!

  4. happy mother's day my sweet friend♥ your card is absolutely gorgeous, you enabler you :)

  5. Oh Shellye, I just looove this! I need to get my hands on those stamps. You showcased them perfectly!


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