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September 2, 2010

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This card was inspired by one that is found on the workshop invitation postcards and is on page 140 of the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog as well. I just love all of the ideas and inspiration that can be had from things as little as the postcards, the samples found online on the demonstrator websites, those in the mini catalogs and of course those in the Idea Book & Catalog. I challenge you to use them for inspiration the next time you get stumped, and I promise that you won't be stumped for long!

Some of you are aware that I was a falconer while in college, and I really like birds of prey. I ADORE owls, so when I saw this set I just HAD to get it. I love it!!

All items used are SU!

Stamps: Aviary, Just Believe
Ink: Concord Crush and Wild Wasabi Stampin' Write Markers
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Daffodil Delight and Whisper White CS
Accessories: 3/8" Daffodil Delight Taffeta ribbon, Scallop Edge Border punch, Paper Piercing Tool and Mat, Clear-Mount Blocks

8 comments:

  1. Oh Marie this is just so adorable! Your stamping is always so polish, wish I could do that too!

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  2. Perfect example of Clean and Simple! Love it!!! (Falconer?!)

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  3. This is so cute and I love how simple it is too!

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  4. I love the wow and the simple...awesome!

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  5. Love those owls! A falconer? I am impressed!

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  6. So cute!! Love that little owl!

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  7. This is just so darn cute! How can you resist anything with owls?! Although I work on an Indian reservation and I brought some cute owl stuff to work, and my Native co-workers were all weird about it. I asked someone and they said that seeing an owl means is a sign of doom and death.... so I guess not so cute to them, lol!

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  8. This is adorable!! I have to get this Aviary set!!

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