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CS July Grow Your Wings


Hello Friends

Welcome to another Craft Stamper challenge. This month anything goes!!

 As long as there is stamping on your project you can create anything you wish!  


I used Brusho and a Unity stamp on my card called Grow Your Wings.

I love using Brusho I love getting messy with it. 

You never get the same pattern twice when you use it.

The colours I used are Turquoise & Sea Green.

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Our sponsor this month is Calico Craft Parts


They have a prize bundle of MDF embellishments and substates for our lucky winner. 

They come with a nautical theme as you can see in the photo. 


Remember we have two prizes!

 Our  other winner will be chosen by the DT

and will be published in the Craft Stamper magazine. 

 I hope  you get a chance to play along. 

I can't wait to see what you make this month.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog! 

Mandi 

xox


Linking my card to the following
 Simon Says Stamp anything goes challenge Wed
Word Art Wed 236 237 Anything Goes

Comments

  1. Love this .... beautifully CAS and great colours. xx

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  2. Always beautiful creativity! Possibly my favorite on this blog hop.

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  3. A very pretty card, love your watercolor background :)

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  4. Stunning card. I love working with Brushos as well. It makes a mystery card not knowing how it will turn out.

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  5. Gorgeous inking, Mandi, and the black makes the colors pop even more! Love your design - thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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