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Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Birthday Event

Today is the second day of the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Shop, Hop, and Crop event. To get in on the blog hop today, with the chance to win a some digital stamps, start at Lindsay's blog. The hop starts at 10 AM ET. (9 AM Central)
Everything in the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on mygrafico is 50% off through April 15th.


Make sure you stop by the virtual crop room on mygrafico to check out what is going on. Lindsay is giving away some freebies that will only be available during the blog hop. There will be lots of fun with free classes and challenges for prizes. This card uses Monday's freebie. Did you get it? Go on over there and check what she has for Tuesday and join in the fun.

Lastly, for your chance to win the Sweet Stuff digital stamp set, see my post HERE with the details.
  • Image: Party hat freebie from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff
  • Papers & CS: Georgia Pacific CS, Stampin' Up Real Red, mis. black
  • Inks: None
  • Tools & Embellishments: Spellbinders nestabilities. hole punch, misc. ribbon, BacicGrey rubbons, black pom pom


Mrs. Fence said…
Love your card! I'm really into black, white, and red lately too!
Joanne Gilch said…
How adorable. You do such nice work!
The hop is so much fun...thanks!
Marlene said…
Beautiful rich colors! Nice job!
Joan said…
What a fantastically fun card!!!! I love the different styles of numbers.
Becky said…
wow!!! I just love this card. Love the shape and the colors, what a fun design.
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohh love Black and Red, WONDERFUL fun job.
MiamiKel said…
Ohhhh super cute and fun - love the whimsy this has to it!
Fun card, Cheryl! Love the colors, and it just screams happy :D
Rhonda said…
This is an awesome card! Love the colors!
Ronnie said…
This is SO neat! Love the colors and creativity!

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