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Unity Hip Hop

Thursday Greetings 
and 
Welcome to the Unity Hip Hop!
You should be here from the blog of Renee Aslette

I'm using some brand spankin' NEW Unity stamps for 
today's hop....here's a little promo to share with ya

{Click on the AD to be taken to the Unity Stamp Co. website}
For this first card, I've used patterned papers from 
Simple Stories {Documented} Collection
and Bon Bon Twine by Doodlebug Designs.

 When I saw this stamp my first thought was
"the washi tape lovers will swoon over this one!"
I've paired up the stamps with some older My Mind's Eye
and a Jillibean Soup scalloped tag.
And I don't often think of it, but I love running
actual cards through my Big Shot for embossing :)


Thanks for hopping by to see my projects...now it's time to travel 
over to Stephanie Muzzulin's Blog, where I know you'll be inspired!


See y'all soon!
Shellye

Comments

  1. Beautiful cards Shellye!! Love the Stuck on you card. Very cute!

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  2. Very cute cards!!
    Angela
    chewiescrappin@hotmail.com
    http://angelascraftyspot.blogspot.com/

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  3. Love your cards!
    It's so fun to see my stamps being used - so glad you like them!

    - Tifany
    http://inkblotsbytrd.blogspot.com

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  4. I love you scoend very cute. I love ideas of the colors and the layout!

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  5. I had no idea that nerdy could look so elegant! Love both of your cards!

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