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Friday, January 9, 2009

Blogger's Challenge

This week's blogger's challenge is to use the designer paper. This is the new Raspberry Tart designer that will be in the new catalog available on Jan. 19th!! I absolutely love this designer paper.

The Heart is from the new hostess set a Little Something. The bottom card is from the new set Sweet Stems with the Raspberry Tart designer paper.


I can't wait to see what all of my blogging friends have done!

Marilyn
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13 comments:

Lynn Mercurio said...

Oh Marilyn, these are just gorgeous! LOVE these patterned papers. Fantastic designs too! BRAVO!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Wow Marilyn! That new Raspberry Tart paper is beautiful! Your cards are just delightful! :D

Nikki Bond said...

These look gorgeous! That new DP is sooo yummy! I'm with ya...can't wait till the new catty either! {SMILES}

Ida P. Krause said...

So very pretty. That paper is lovely. I will keep that on my list of "must haves"

Patti Chesky said...

All of the cards are beautiful, but the bottom one is my favorite! Great job on all!

Tangii said...

Love them! Way to showcase some gorgeous paper! These would be great anytime of year.

Lori said...

Pretty trio of cards!

Lisa Bohler said...

I like how you used that new heart! Using scallops on the dsp looks terrific, too!

Barbara said...

These cards are lovely. They really showcase that beautiful, new DSP!! I have to admit that I'm jealous....it's been on backorder and mine hasn't come in yet!!

Kathie Bailey said...

Lovely cards Marilyn. I am in love with that new DP!

MJ said...

Yummo! These papers are beautiful. Love your cards.

Kristen said...

great cards marilyn. love the papers.

StampingSelene said...

These are really beautiful! I love what you did with the DSP! Great Job!