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Happy Monday! This week is going to be a blast! Scroll down to see the line-up for the Oct. Stampin’ Pretty Pals blog hop. This week we will be showcasing Thanks/Thanksgiving ideas. I have something simple and easy to dress up your Thanksgiving table. Wednesday is my tutorial, Thursday is my PPA challenge! Don’t forget Saturday, I have a great holiday KISS card that you will want to make! So stay tune for a fun and exciting week! Until then, keep stamping and smiling! 🙂

SSSC88 curtain call 51 decor8

Inspired by Stampin’ Tips:

  • DSC_1825 copy To help start getting my creative juices flowing, I love turning to challenges. And today I decided to participate in the Sweet Sunday Challenge and the Curtain Call Challenge. Click on the images to go to the website.
  • I love the Scallop Trim Border Punch and it helped create the edge of my basic black card stock.
  • Marina Mist Grosgrain Ribbon added a touch of glam plus I used the Vanilla Ribbon Sliders for a little added touch.
  • Artistic Etchings Stamp set helped create my Eiffel tower.
  • “thank you” sentiment comes from the Because I Care hostess Level 1 stamp set.


120573S Stamp Sets: Artistic Etchings (118517WM, 120573CM), Because I Care (118384WM, 120118CM)

Ink: Basic Black (101179), Marina Mist (119668)

Card Stock: Crumb Cake (120953), Basic Black (121045), So Saffron (105118), Marina Mist (119682), Whisper White (100730)

Awesome Tools: Scallop Trim Border (118402)

A Touch of Glam: Marina Mist Grosgrain Ribbon (119762), Very Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware (112454), Rhinestone Jewels (119246)

Joanna Munster — www.inspiredbystampin.com
Martha Stewart — www.SeasonsofStamping.com
Kris Kilcoyne — http://kweenbee.typepad.com
Barbara Chatzkel — www.takeoutpaperarts.com


8 thoughts on “Sweet Sunday Sketch 88 & Curtain Call 51

  1. Christina M says:

    Really elegant design, Joanna! Beautiful ribbon treatment and rhinestones along with a gorgeous stamped image. Thanks for joining us at the Curtain Call this week!

  2. Maureen says:

    love all the layers and the bling 🙂 I had to take note of your blog banner…it looks like you used the SU digital studio 🙂 I’ve had the studio for a year, and just started sitting down and playing with it…no experience at all with it!! Redid my blog banner and love it 🙂

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