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It;s been a while since I've had time to participate in some challenges. I was blown away by my new Unity Stamps! Been looking forward to making some cards with them.   

Let me introduce you to: Indie Girl by Unity Stamps.

I used Lost and Found Portobello Road designer paper.  It seemed to match the challenge going on at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge.  
july-inspiration-boardLook at these beautiful colors!
 
I added some beautiful Wild Orchid flowers and trim.  Which fits perfectly with the Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge! #144 Summer Flowers
For some added dimension, I added some Liquid Pearls Bisque and Pearl.

I've also followed the Sketch from Mojo Monday challenge. #455 Challenge

There's always an Anything Goes over at Word Art Wednesday! #238-239.

This month is Anything Goes at Craft Stamper's July Challenge

I hope you're inspired to join in some challenges. It really gets my creative juices flowing!!
Have a blessed weekend!!

Karen
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