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3 Girl Jam - Challenge!


Today I'm participating in the 3 Girl Jam Challenge!  This is a brand new challenge and you will want to participate because there are really GREAT prizes.
For this challenge, the winner will also receive their choice of bundle ribbon!
AND
Will have the opportunity to be a guest designer for the next challenge!

The challenge today is sponsored by Dilly Bean Stamps, which features some of the cutest digital stamps I have ever seen!

My card features the stamp, "Heart Monster".  I thought she was the cutest gal...Her expression reminded me of my own at the end of particularly GRUELING day.

Here's a close-up of the ribbon in her hair...I thought she should at least look pretty at the end of her day hunting those butterflies!





Click on the link above to see the great stamps available!


NOW...

Head over to the 3GirlJam Challenge Blog 
and 
PARTICIPATE!

Comments

jessica said…
What a gorgeous project!! I LOVE the image you used and that sentiment reminds me of many of days :)
Awesome job!!!
TFS and Happy Friday!!
Unknown said…
She is so sweet! I totally love the sentiment!

Precious Hugs
OmaGloria
Emily Leiphart said…
LOL, I can see how that might be scary but the way you've thrown this together makes it awesomely cute! I love the sentiment and the bow in her hair!

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