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Hehe...is it Bounty towel? I love those round imprinted circles! Very nice!
Nice card and I like the sketch! great job!!
oh this is sooooo cute, love thos little images!
Very pretty. I love the layout and the red rhinestones.
I do like those circles, but I confess I don't know which paper that is.... I haven't been over to Gina K in a couple of week though!! I like the little house!!
I love this!! What a great idea, the circles make for a beautiful DP. You have a beautiful blog, and btw I am a great dog-sitter. ;)
This is so pretty! I don't know what paper it is...but, you did a fantastic job.
Great job with the sketch challenge!! Love the beautifully colored images!!Is the background a paper towel?Don't know how you got it colored but it looks sensational!!
Very nice card, love the layers!
This is so cute! Love those stamps!
No idea what the paper is. I would have to go along with a couple of the others and say it is paper towel. Great card though. Love your coloring too. Don't forget to share with us about the mystery paper!
Stunning! Beautiful background. Don't tell me... is that TP like Gina used? It does look like Bounty!
I like the rhinestone brads.
Did you use the mesh bag? You can get some really great designs from them. Okay dying to know ... Karen
WOW! That is creative AND attractive! I would have never thought of using paper towels! I love the card too!
This is so cute, love how it came out, very smart to think of using a pepr towel...I saw Gina K's too, clever girls!www.nelliesnest.blogspot.com
cute card love the image u have used Wendy xx
I saw Gina's post, too. I absolutely love what you did with the Bounty towels. What a great look! Your card is so sweet. Love the image!
Love this, great job!
Bounty paper towels?! That is TOO cool! :D
I love the background you created, i have these stamps too, unused! I should probably pull them out!
So cute! I love the paper!
This is awesome... love the brayered paper towel background! It really sets off the cute images, and gives a nice texture!
Wow, that is an awsome technique! I will have to try that one!
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