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Anything Goes @ Stamp N Doodle


Do you LOVE these Sleeping Puppies by Lauren Curtis? I do!
Anyone that knows me -I love dogs ever since we got our sweet Harley & especially since we've added Snickers.
 Paper from Paper Studio.  Image colored with Derwent Colorsoft pencils.

 Here's the inside-I used Recollections stamps. Colored my bulbs with glitter glue and perfect pearls.

I hope you join us for our ANYTHING GOES challenge.  You could win from our own Stamp N Doodle store!

Check it out here http://stamp-n-doodle.blogspot.com/
We have many talented designers-you've got to stop in and see what they've created.

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Will enter:
Stampin Sisters In Christ – For A Child
Joanna Sheen Challenge – Cold and Frosty
Dream Valley Challenges – Anything Goes
Make It Monday – Always ANYTHING GOES!
Victorine Stamps – Anything Christmas
Christmas Card Challenge (anything goes – all challenges are optional) – optional challenge – Double Embossing
Crafts And Me– non-traditional Christmas
Paper Crafting Journey– Anything Goes
Just Keep On Creating– Christmas

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