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Silhouettes for PP78

The Paper Players Challenge for this week is a colour challenge:  Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride and Pear Pizazz.  Great colours!  I decided to use a new-to-me stamp set, Pocket Silhouettes, for this one to create a simple card that could be used for any occasion.  Here it is:


Super simple....here are the details:

Stamp sets:  Pocket Silhouettes

Papers:  Blushing Bride CS, Calypso Coral CS, Whisper White CS, Twitterpated DSP

Inks:  Pear Pizazz, Calypso Coral

Embellishments:  1/8" Organza Ribbon -- Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade (SAB 2012), Everyday Enchantment Brads (SAB 2012)

Happy Stamping!

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  1. Ah, this is one of my favorite sets and it looks so pretty on these panels! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players and using my colors this week!

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  2. Love the triptych look of your panels and that stamp set looks beautiful in LeAnne's colors! Thank you for playing along with us at The Paper Players!

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  3. LAura, I just love how you used this set. This is one set that I wish I used more often and this is wonderful inspiration. Thanks so much for joining us at the Paper Players! :)

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