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I {Heart} my PSF's

Hi again, I have just finished my second 12 hour day, and I'm pooped. Luckily, I have a couple of cards on file I have not shared. I made this card two days ago. I combined many of this weeks MFT challenges from SCS. I used the sketch challenge for the layout, the Who's That Girl Monday challenge, except, I changed the stamp set, but did use some scraps. Also, the What's up Wednesday challenge required a water feature, here a goblet of water. Last but not least, MFT Friday, to use MFT Colors Pink, White and Black. I know the pic looks brownish, but it is black IRF. Enjoy Susan


Michelle W. said…
I love this! Pink and black are right down my alley! Great card!
You gotta love the headless MFT chick! Love all of that fab paper piecing you have done here! Great colors too! :D
Jan said…
Fabulous card! Love all the paper piecing!
Anonymous said…
Jinxed Michelle W..I love pink and black too! That colour scheme never fails!!!
stampin abi said…
great card, love the pink and black too!
Cute card, ummmm what is a PSF?
Kelly Boettcher said…
Love the pink and black!
Susan White said…
Louise a PSF is a Pretend Stamping Friend. This came from a SCS emmber who's daughter once said mommy is on the computer playing with her pretend stamping friends, or something close to that.
Shirley said…
Your colors and the whole card are just wonderful! My favorite position! LOL
Great card. I love your paper piecing.

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