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Swallowtail

A long holiday weekend has afforded me the opportunity to spend more time in my craft room.  I love when that happens!  With some free time on my hands, I reached for a new stamp called Swallowtail (#129216-C, #129213-W).  I'll admit, it's a little intimidating at first because of it's size but once I started playing with it, I liked it!

Swallowtail
The detail in this stamp is so beautiful.  Because of that I wanted to keep the rest of the card simple.  To add just a little color, I added three paper flags using the Print Poetry paper pack (#129312).  I also added a layer of Raspberry Ripple card stock to coordinate with the sentiment and a sweet little button with linen thread.  And finally, for some added interest, I took out the Color Spritzer Tool  (#107066) from my "Cool Tool" box and spritzed Raspberry Ripple ink from a marker to the card.

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Have a great day.

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Kathi Crouse

This is beautiful! I did not give this stamp a second thought when I first saw it in the catalog but your card and others I have seen have completely changed my mind! Love the little pops of color with the DP in the corner!

Holly/Rubberredneck

Very pretty! I love how you added the designer paper in the corner.

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