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Simon Says... Spots and Dots

I decided to share my first card after a long 2 years gap for the Simon Says Stamp blog Wednesday challenge. This time the challenge was to incorporate SPOTS AND DOTS on the card. I used the Tim Holtz water colour paper and created a background with the Distress Spots/Minis and then stamped the greeting using the Simon Says Stamp July Kit #SimonsaysstampJuly2014kit. The kit is super awesome.

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  1. Super fabulous card! You rocked the SSS Card Kit!! Glad you came back to join us for our challenge!! :)

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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