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I had a LOT of fun developing this one–Hayley said this one looked yummy enough to eat!    It reminds me of my friend Cambria, who adores pink!  *chuckle*

The Chiffon Pink Note Card is kind of a creamy, shrimp pink–that’s the best way I know how to describe it.  It has warm, as opposed to cool, undertones.  GAAAAAW-JUS  with the Kitchen Chocolate paper, too!

When I was teaching down at the Paper Garden in Sacramento, I spied this bottle of Platinum Stickles–OH MYLAAAAANTA!!!  Is it ever puurrrrr-deeeee!!!  I used it to create the row of dots to cover up a row of piercing I did.  I didn’t like it.  So, I disguised ‘em.  Tricksy, eh?!  Heh, heh, heh!

I’m looking forward to this weekend.  I’m headed to Seattle and anxious to meet many of our Instructors and some of our Designers for the first time IRL!  It’s been too long since I last hugged Pebbles; crikey–I think it’s been a year and a half.

Rumor has it, there will be cupcakes . . . and . . . quite possibly . . .

. . . appletinis . . . 


Stamps: Cupcake Builder Set (amuseartstamps.com); Paper:  Chiffon Pink 4 Bar Note Card, Kitchen Chocolate Paper (A Muse); Paper Flower (Making Memories); Button:  Foo-fa-La; Copic Markers:  R11 Pale Cherry Pink, R20 Blush, E11 Barely Beige; Ink:  Memento Rich Cocoa (Tsukineko); Stickles Platinum Gliter Glue (Ranger)

  1. hi julie – not to sound like big dork, but you are my stamping hero.

    i work for a scrapbooking & rubber stamping store in newfoundland and maintaining the blog is part of my job. every tuesday we have “tuesday’s tip” and coming up with a new one gets harder every week – i was wondering if you’d like to be one of our “Guest Expert Tipper’s” in December?

    If you’re interested, shoot me an email. And feel free to check out our existing tips:

    happy stampin’! :)

  2. Sweet!!! Thanks for taking a pic with me on Friday nite! Love your whipper snapperish personality!

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