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I hope you had a terrific Halloween. My daughter dressed up as a fortune teller complete with a crystal ball. Although she was disappointed that no one wanted her to tell their fortune, she still had a great time trick or treating. We then had friends over for pizza and a bonfire. We all had a good time.

This is my first post with my brand new Dell Inspiron lap top. I love it! I am getting use to a few differences from my ol' dinosaur of a computer but should have it all down pat soon. The biggest difference is the size of the keys on the keyboard. They are huge for a laptop (which is a good thing) but I keep hitting the wrong keys when I am typing. So, if you see any crazy words in this posting, just ignore them because I probably just hit the wrong keys....

Today I took some time to play with some of Lindsay's digital images (although I am only posting one card now). This cute cup was a freebie on her blog The Frugal Crafter. If you haven't checked out her blog, you should. She has great technique tips and freebies. If you like this coffee cup, you can purchase the coordinating digital stamps in her shop at MyGraphico or Shop Handmade.
Thank you for looking!

Supplies:
Lindsay's Stamp Stuff digital stamp
Inkadinkado stamp (inside sentiment)
K & Company Wild Saffron designer paper
Papertrey paper basics kraft card stock
Georgia Pacific white card stock
Inkssentials opaque white pen
Sakura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen
Ribbon from the Robert Stanley Collection for Hobby Lobby'
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Stampin' Up Close to Cocoa ink (sponged on edges)

Comments

Nettie said…
Hi Cheryl
I love what you have done with these digi's. The colours feel very ethnic. Well done. Nettie.x
Karin said…
Super cute! I love this set too!

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