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Stippled Blossoms Got the Blues

I have done blue poppies and now it is blue roses!   Bashful Blue and Midnight Muse roses to be exact.  Blue Roses

Check out the lovely Midnight Muse Stitched ribbon.  I have one  more color to show you of the Stitched ribbon and then you will have seen them all and can make your decision on what color/s you want to get free!  Please go here for all the details. Did you notice the Natural Composition DSP?  The images on the DSP are embossed.  The designs are raised and clear and look like the DSP elves clear embossed all the designs.   I have been playing with this DSP and look forward to sharing more ideas with you on how to use it.  The Natural Composition DSP is a little heavier and is only printed on one side.

Stamps: Stippled Blossoms, Blooming with Kindness, French Foliage
Ink: Bashful Blue, Midnight Muse, Gumball Green, Crumb Cake
Paper: Midnight Muse, Natural Composition Specialty DSP, Very Vanilla
Extras: 3/8" Stitched Satin ribbon in Midnight Muse, In Color Dahlias, pearls 

I just realized I did not use a single punch or the Big Shot on this card.  That does not happen very often anymore.  

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It is very hard to see in this picture but I lightly stamped the script stamp from the French Foliage set and did a little sponging.  I wanted to make it look a little shabby and tone down the vanilla a little.    That is it for today!   Have a fabulous one!  It continues to be just beautiful here, there will no convincing my brother in law that it isn't like this all the time!


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