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Happy Friday!

Happy Friday!

The above is a quick and easy gift of tea using Unity Stamp Company stamps, Cosmo Cricket designer paper (from the Early Bird collection, finished with ribbon and and brads from Stampin Up! Both the sentiment and little tea pot are from Unity's June Kit of the Month.

Enjoy your holiday weekend. I'm off to have my hair died so that the grey isn't there to reflect all the colorful and bright fireworks!


Pam said…
So cute! (Is there no END to your creativity????)
Tenia Nelson said…
Very, very cool!!!!
CarlaKH said…
you are just amazing... love it!
Purple Princess said…
Great idea! Wonderful work!!
Bonita Rose said…
such a great idea.. I love your blog.. ur creations are amazing!
chickadee3357 said…
Adorable! I love it!
Linda said…
hi there...

your ladies with the tea pot cards are kllling poor hottie today lol!!! LOl thanks anyway....
Unknown said…
Bek, this is terrific! My, what amazing creativity you have...always enjoy your blog! Have a fabulous and safe 4th!
Monika in VA said…
What a wonderful idea! Love the ruffled ribbon around the holder ~ great touch!
Suz said…
Just adorable. Love the ribbon
Bonita Rose said…
I wanna be you when I grow up.
vibaku said…
very creatif, i like it

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