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New Prima doll Riley featured @ OWSE


TGIF!!  Thank goodness it's Friday!

I have something exciting to share with you today!   


For the next week Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium is running a special on one of the new Prima dolls.  Her name is Riley.  Get an additional 10% off all week!! Get Yours Today!!

I've seen a lot of tags made with the dolls, but I wanted to show you a different way you can use the stamp.  I've altered a composition book.

The technique I used on the pink cardstock: I started off by stamping with a Kaiser script stamp using brown archival ink all over the whole piece.

Then I embossed white roses in the bottom left corner.  You can use any stamp set you want.

 I paper pieced her dress.  Even added a little "snow" for the lace at the bottom of her dress.
I did a scallop border using brown card stock going down the left side.  The title was diecut out of K and Company paper. Rubbed the sentiments onto white cardstock.

Here's a direct link to see the stamp for yourself:  RILEY Prima Doll Rubber Stamp 

Mixed Media Doll Cling Rubber Stamps - Riley

I hope you 'll go over to the shop and see all the great products that are 20-25% lower than prices in other shops.

Thanks for stopping  by today!  Have a super weekend!
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