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Harris Girls

Hello Friends

 I made another set of note cards from the Phyllis Harris girls :)  The first girl in this set was my first ever Unity stamp  I bought :) I just love them don't you? I don't use these stamps nearly enough. The stamps I used are Your Wings Exist, Every Breath & Face to the Sunshine. I paper pieced all of the dresses. It was time consuming but it was so worth it :)

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Thanks for stopping by have a great weekend xox


  1. These are beautiful! Love the polka dots! And y are right so worth the time of paper piecing! I love Phyllis's stamps as well, thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Mandi, these are so pretty!! Love PH images :)

  3. what a wonderful set of notecards! these would make a terrific gift!

  4. Hi Mandi. I think these are all so precious. Beautiful coloring too. Fabulous set. :)

  5. Beautiful set of cards I love how they match. I love those stamps and they are some of my favorites

  6. You just gotta love those Harris girls! These are all so cute, Mandi…love their polka dots and sweet wind swept hair. PS…thanks for your comment about my blog header, I'm glad you enjoy visiting. My son took that photo and it is very special to me. I appreciate that you took time to mention it. Have a great week!!

  7. I love that you showed all three cards and that they are so similar. So pretty. Love her dress!

  8. Awwww, how cute! Love how you created a matching series of cards!

  9. Mandi~You do such a gorgeous job! You are right that it was worth it! The results are gorgeous. Hugs~Patti

  10. Ooooh Mandi...gooooorgeous adore PH stamps!!


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