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Triple Stamp Card

Hello!

It's been awhile since my last post. I've been swamped at my work, house chores (I. Hate. Laundry. So. Much.), and other hobbies that I find myself doing instead of crafts (I love genealogy), but all is well now! Portland, Oregon has been sunny and beautiful this weekend!, and I made time to craft. <3

Well, I wanted to post my newest craft creation, since I'm trying out on my first card challenge. It is a Triple Stamp card. It's my first one and I must confess that I LOVE this style! It looks complex, but it is SO easy! <3

This is Week 3:


I love making these cards so much I made another one for fun!

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