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I won and Used some of my prizes!!


I love winning new goodies!!
I received two packages today and just had to break into them and make something!

I used Sizzix embossing folder on all the cards below.  I patted Lavendar ink on the top side of the folder and layed my white paper on top. Ran it thru my Big Shot. 
 LOVE the effect it gave. Almost a distressed/chalk look.
Then just add some Really Reasonable Ribbon to jazz it up!


 I used the Bow Easy ribbon maker from RRR. See below. Quick & easy.
 Make flowers with Heartfelt Creations die. Inked the edges with the same lavendar ink, dabbed some yellow distress paint in the center, to finish it-added some spots of bisque liquid pearls.

 Won all the above goodies from Dottie Seubert!  Very generous!  I used the Sizzix Embossing Folder on my cards.

The ribbon pack below I won from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  They carry top of the line ribbon/twine and other products. 

I'm entering RRR Challenge #112-Purple and Green with Ribbon/Twine
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