Friday, January 8, 2010

Flourish with Humble Pie Stamps

Here's another Humble Pie challenge. This time it's all about flourishes. You'll have to look closely for mine since they are in the paper. Funny thing is that I bought a cool sticker flourish but couldn't find it anywhere. I"m sure I'll find it eventually,right? Hopefully I didn't throw it away with the packaging. Anyway I hope you can join us Baker's this week. To see what we've been up to and to get more information on this week's challenge head on over to the Humble Pie Blog.

Stamps: Humble Pie - Ellie
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Bashful Blue, White, Basic Grey DP
Accessories: Copics, White Gel Pen, Dimensionals, Misc. Ribbon, Mini Silver Gemstones


Sara said...

Very cute, love the paper!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Hi Shelly! Your coloring is amazing. Your image just pops right off the page. Love the DP!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Love this pretty paper you used. Great coloring!

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